The Unwritten With: LINDA MUTHAMA – ON BEING THE OTHER WOMAN, ACCEPTING HER FAULTS & DOING BETTER

Linda Muthama shows up at the Junction Mall in a pair of fantastic-looking, striking, sun glasses. She gives me a warm, hearty hug before we take a seat at the Chinese restaurant on 4th floor.

In what seems like micro-seconds, Linda and I go from light, bubbly pleasantries to heavy yet general discussions about mental health, friendship, religion and bullying.

Linda tells me she just discovered Sarahah and she absolutely loves it. I tell her I’m not quite familiar with how it works, but from the little I hear, it worries me. I tell her such apps could open ugly doors to bullying, hate and maybe even the extreme, suicide.

Linda giggles, “You can’t bully me.”

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