It appears everyone who has reached the dating stage has an ex-lover in this world.
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Some however leave their relationship on mutual grounds and remain friends with the people they formerly dated.
Others also leave their lovers with bitter experiences and so many lessons.
Some followers of YEN.com.gh have shared some of the lessons they learnt from their ex-lovers.
Nana Qweci said he learnt not to fall in love, but rather stand with boots so that when the unforeseen happens, he can run faster:
Farouk said his ex taught him to be careful in trusting a woman:
Adare revealed the ex taught him to love with his head and not his heart:
Nyarko GH said the ex taught him that being a caring, loving, and a responsible boyfriend was useless:
George said the ex taught him that it was worthless to prove your love to a lady:
Treasure said the ex taught her not to feel too comfortable in a relationship or think she is the only one:
Meenah disclosed that the ex taught her not to support a guy financially because if he eventually makes money, he will leave for another woman:
Oye also shared her lesson. She was taught never to support a broke man unless they are married:
She said she drives a Range Rover car, therefore, whatever man seeks to date her must be someone driving a better and more expensive car.
In other news, a video containing the interior of the gold mansion belonging to billionaire, Osei Kwame Despite has gone viral.
Ghanaians have been stunned and have described the house in the video as "a shopping mall and showroom".
Also, a photo of how musician Kuami Eugene looked eight years ago has Ghanaians accusing him of lying about his age.
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