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Gab Valenciano reveals "darkest and most painful time of my life" in 2018

by Arniel C. Serato
Jan 2, 2019
<p>Gab Valenciano: "Early in 2018, I hit rock bottom. 145lbs vs 171lbs. March vs June. Lost vs found. It was the darkest and most painful time of my life. I kept in so much that one day, I imploded and tried to hurt myself to numb myself of the pain, disappointment, uncertainty, doubt and fear."</p>
PHOTO/S: Courtesy: @gabvalenciano on Instagram

Ibinahagi ng dancer-performer na si Gab Valenciano ang kanyang madilim na pinagdaanan noong taong 2018.

Sa Instagram post niya ngayong Miyerkules, January 2, 2019, sinabi ng anak ni Gary Valenciano ang mga panahong labis siyang nalungkot sa kanyang buhay.

May pagkakataon pa raw na sinubukan niyang saktan ang sarili upang maging manhid na siya sa sakit at mapaglabanan ang mga kabiguan, kawalan ng kasiguraduhan sa buhay, at takot.

Saad pa ni Gab, “Early in 2018, I hit rock bottom. 145lbs vs 171lbs.

“March vs June. Lost vs found. It was the darkest and most painful time of my life.

“I kept in so much that one day, I imploded and tried to hurt myself to numb myself of the pain, disappointment, uncertainty, doubt and fear.”

Kasunod nito, sinabi ni Gab na ibinabahagi niya ang naranasan upang may mga maniwalang may pag-asa sa bandang huli at huwag isiping nag-iisa lamang sila sa buhay.

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Dagdag pa niya, “I am sharing this post to show you that there will always be hope and that you are not alone.

“That the light at the end of the tunnel will keep shining, you just need to keep walking towards it.

“I want to thank my family, my closest of friends and doctors who were with me since day one, for never giving up on me.

“You know who you are. I am extremely blessed to have you all in my life.”

Payo pa niya sa ibang netizens na may kahalintulad na situwasyon, “God bless you all and I hope and pray that when you feel like giving up, don’t.

“Surround yourself with people who genuinely care for you and seek help.

“There is no shame in acknowledging where you are.

“Accept, rebuild and move forward.

“Life will forever be a continuous struggle, find people to struggle strong with. Stop surviving and start living.

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“If there’s one thing I got out of all this, it is empathy.

“I am not ashamed of where I’ve been because I am proud of where I’m headed. Happy YOU year, everyone.

“May you have the greatest year yet. This won’t be the last time the enemy will try to take me, but next time, I will be ready. Bring it.”

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Early in 2018, I hit rock bottom. 145lbs vs 171lbs. March vs June. Lost vs found. It was the darkest and most painful time of my life. I kept in so much that one day, I imploded and tried to hurt myself to numb myself of the pain, disappointment, uncertainty, doubt and fear. I am sharing this post to show you that there will always be hope and that you are not alone. That the light at the end of the tunnel will keep shining, you just need to keep walking towards it. I want to thank my family, my closest of friends and doctors who were with me since day one, for never giving up on me. You know who you are. I am extremely blessed to have you all in my life. God bless you all and I hope and pray that when you feel like giving up, don’t. Surround yourself with people who genuinely care for you and seek help. There is no shame in acknowledging where you are. Accept, rebuild and move forward. Life will forever be a continuous struggle, find people to struggle strong with. Stop surviving and start living. If there’s one thing I got out of all this, it is empathy. I am not ashamed of where I’ve been because I am proud of where I’m headed. Happy YOU year, everyone. May you have the greatest year yet. This won’t be the last time the enemy will try to take me, but next time, I will be ready. Bring it.

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<p>Gab Valenciano: "Early in 2018, I hit rock bottom. 145lbs vs 171lbs. March vs June. Lost vs found. It was the darkest and most painful time of my life. I kept in so much that one day, I imploded and tried to hurt myself to numb myself of the pain, disappointment, uncertainty, doubt and fear."</p>
PHOTO/S: Courtesy: @gabvalenciano on Instagram
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