Maureen Wroblewitz ‘lost’ self in past relationship: ‘I wasn’t loved the way I wanted to be loved’
Maureen Wroblewitz opened up about how she “lost” herself in her past relationship, disclosing that she is still “healing from trauma.”
The model-beauty queen showed herself lip-synching the chorus of “Flowers,” American singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus’ recently released song, through a video on Wroblewitz’s TikTok page on Friday, Jan. 20. She also put the phrase “when you finally learn how to prioritize yourself” in the video.
“Started to cry but then remembered I / I can buy myself flowers / Write my name in the sand / Talk to myself for hours,” she lip-synched.
“I’ve never really spoken about my past relationship, but this song really speaks to me,” Wroblewitz continued in the caption. “That’s the thing about being in a public relationship, no one really knows what happens behind closed doors.”
She then spoke about how she is still building herself back up, noting that she would expound on the matter when she is ready to do so.
“I have lost myself over the past few years and I’m finally realizing who I really am. I am working on myself and healing from past trauma because I don’t want to make the same mistakes,” she stated. “Maybe one day I’ll be ready to speak about it because I know it could help a lot of people.”
@mwrobi’ve never really spoken about my past relationship but this song really speaks to me. that’s the thing about being in a public relationship, no one really knows what happens behind closed doors. i have lost myself over the past few years and i’m finally realizing who i really am. i am working on myself and healing from past trauma because i don’t want to make the same mistakes. maybe one day i’ll be ready to speak about it because i know it could help a lot of people♬ Flowers – Miley Cyrus
Wroblewitz was then cheered on by netizens via the comments section, but one @user2623747482 caught the model’s attention after the latter concluded that she was pertaining to her previous relationship with singer JK Labajo in the video.
“The focus of this Tiktok is not my ex but my personal experience! I’ve been dealing with mental breakdowns because of my past experience for [eight] months,” Wroblewitz explained. “I gave so much of myself, I had nothing left. I’m still in the process of realizing all my past mistakes, red flags, etc., so I don’t bring it into my next relationship.”
“I am not perfect, I wasn’t either in my past relationship but I’m learning to be better everyday. I am learning to prioritize my needs,” she added. “I wasn’t loved the way I wanted to be loved so I’m doing all that to myself right now. Self care, self love!”
Wroblewitz and Labajo, who reportedly started dating in 2017, announced their breakup in June last year, with the singer saying at the time that they were both “so young” and that they “have to enjoy themselves.”
In November, Wroblewitz was then speculated to be in a new relationship after she was seen with a mystery man in Siargao. A month after, she confirmed that she “already has someone,” but it was not immediately known if the model was referring to the same guy she was seen with. /ra