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Amor needs to catch a wake up

2012-09-05 13:33
Firstly, I think Joost is one of the bravest men I have come to admire and respect.

It was hard seeing this arrogant man that took things for granted, when we all as SA still have to fight the battle to survive, through hard work and good morals.

But he is human, we all make mistakes. The important thing here is that he learned from it...

when I started following his story, and saw the Carte Blanche interview, any doubts I had about him changing his life, was met with total admiration for the man he has become and changed my opinion as a die hard SA fan since he played, towards him.

I think Amor needs to catch a wake up. He put her in the limelight, where she loved to be. Yes he did wrong, but so did she.

It was all okay back then when he was that great athlete that most women wanted, and selfish Amore was only too happy to be on his arm at the time.For her to have turned a blind eye to his indiscretions, as she got the attention she so much needed and wanted she stuck with it. Now that he is ill she treats him like crap.

Sorry Amor. You just a gold digging, selfish bitch that is only looking out for yourself. He deserves to see his kids and he deserves whatever time he has with them to spend it with them. Joost is a good father, and a perfect role model to them unlike the person you have become.

No matter what your differences are he has a right to see his kids. As far as your crap about you being scared he would not be able to take care of them, as he can't take care of himself. Ask yourself the question: why don't you have the visits supervised by a nanny taht you chose.

Catch a wake up and think about your kids, before you think of yourself . If you had any feeling left at all after what this man has given to you, have respect that he is the father of your kids.

Joost I salute you. I am so proud of how you handled this disease. I feel so good when I read all about your support for others like you. Hang in there and know the people of SA are behind you. well done and God bless.

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