Nollywood actress, Nancy Isime has left many talking as she revealed her toxic trait.
Taking to her Instagram page to share stunning no-make-up photos of herself, Nancy Isime stated that her toxic trait is to show up everywhere without makeup.
Nancy Isime added that she can do this as no one would beat her.
“My toxic trait is showing up everywhere without makeup because no one will beat me”.
Taking to her comment section, the likes of Mimi Orjiekwe, Swanky Jerry, and others gushed over the photo.
Mimi Orjiekwe commented with several loved-up emojis.
Swanky Jerry wrote, “I’m screaming. The caption is sending me… absolutely
One I am Enado wrote, “I absolutely love that trait about you. Do you, bro
One Unusual Lilian Shuga wrote, “Damn
One Bella Laurette skin wrote, “A film package of beauty
One Simply Favour wrote, “Skinnn
One Zabi wrote, “You’re charming
One Rahab Dauda wrote, “You are a Gorgeous girl
One Doracle Events wrote, “Soft and clean”.
My childhood trauma made me a people pleaser – Nancy Isime spills
Jaratunes recalls that Nancy Isime had opened up about her childhood experiences.
The ‘Nancy Isime show’ host revealed that the trauma she passed through as a child made her a men pleaser.
While speaking in an interview with actress cum host Lilian Afegbai, she revealed that her inability to get the attention she required as a child made her a people pleaser.
While growing up, she wanted people to like her.
However, Nancy Isime had dropped the childish attitude as she has gotten to a point where she doesn’t force herself on anybody or need their validation.
She said, “I don’t force myself on anybody. I used to be a people pleaser but that came from childhood trauma. It came from a childhood trauma where you’ll be looking for attention as a child and you didn’t get it. When you get older, you start waning people to like you. So even if it’s breaking you, even if you know that this person doesn’t like you and has said shit about you, you think maybe they can change their minds”.
Speaking on how she overcame it, she alluded to self-love for helping her out.
“But learning to love myself and being intuitive helped me to heal from being a people pleaser”.