Simple advice from actress gets internet’s attention

May 4th, 2021

Felicity Ama Agyemang, more popularly known as Nana Ama McBrown, is a Ghanaian actress, music writer, and television host. She stumbled along the road to success, starting with an audition that didn’t go as planned. Instead of immediately being considered for the role she initially auditioned for, she ended up being hired to do costuming.

However, the director took notice of her on set and decided she was perfect for the role.

Her stellar performance as the lead in the film “That Day” launched her career and opened more doors for her.

After the film, she starred in a television series called “Tentacles”. McBrown also landed a role in a film called “Asoreba”. Currently, she hosts a cooking show called “McBrown Kitchen” and an entertainment talk show entitled “United Showbiz.”

With movies, cooking and talk shows, and endorsements under her belt, Nana Ama McBrown has definitely made a name for herself.

Like most people in the spotlight, the actress has millions of followers on her social media accounts. Thankfully, she’s quite responsible and considers how great her influence is. Take, for instance, her stand on dealing with challenges in relationships.

McBrown understands how different two people can be and that arguments are inevitable.

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That’s why she didn’t hesitate to dish out some sound advice on Twitter. She writes,

“APOLOGIZE when you’re wrong, never let your PRIDE be bigger than your RELATIONSHIPS.”

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In a nutshell, the actress was able to summarize just how damaging pride can be and how much better it is to own up to one’s mistakes by apologizing.

Strained relationships often stem from misunderstanding and pride. When two people don’t see eye to eye on certain things, the best approach would be to communicate and compromise. Sadly, that’s not always the case. Often, the falling out wins simply because the pride was too great. Apologizing may not be easy but it’s far better than sacrificing amazing relationships for pride and ego.

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Despite her fame, the actress remains down to earth and continues to inspire her family, friends, colleagues, and followers by always speaking her truth through social media posts and photo captions. She clearly always stands for what is right and does not hesitate to speak her mind.

The simple advice she gave definitely serves as a reminder for us all. If you truly value your relationships and the people around you, don’t be afraid to acknowledge your mistakes and apologize. Taking care of relationships is a two-way street.

Know that there is so much healing in humility and sincerity.

The next time you find yourself in a disagreement with someone who matters a lot to you, let Nana McBrown’s advice be your guide.

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Source: Best Showbiz, Instagram/iamamamcbrown