Friday, May 1, 2020

Insta Scoop: Ellen Adarna Reveals Co-parenting Set-up with John Lloyd Cruz

Image courtesy of Instagram: jlc.ellen

Image courtesy of Instagram: maria.elena.adarna

22 comments:

  1. Sayang naman. Nagumpisa na ang saya saya.. Hinamak ang lahat masunod ka lamang!

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    1. Bad influence sila sa isa't isa. Tama si Ellen ang kailangan niya mas stable ang pagiisip kasi kailangan ng balance. Lust kasi ang foundation ng relationship nila. May tinapakan din silang tao at nagpaparinig si Ellen kaya ayan nangyari din sa kanya. Nawala na lang bigla.

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    2. Kung gagawing MMK ang love story nila, dalawa pwede gawing title. Alak o kaya Gasul. I remember those days.

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    3. Parang hindi marrying type si JL. Pwede magkaank pa siya sa ibang babae pero hanggang live in lang siguro. Walang masama pero sympre importante na i-adress ni JL ang plano niya sa babae para walang umasa. Kung mag bago ang isip ni JL tungkol sa kasal edi maganada pero sa ngayon be real with the person he will be with in the future.

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    4. Mabilis magsawa at maging ng damdamin. Silang dalawa. Actually

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    5. pero bilib ako kay Ellen, hindi pinagdadamot ang anak nila, dami kasing ganyan, lalo hindi kasal, pinagdadamot sa tatay, ginagawang pang blackmail pa para sa pera, which is imposible niyang gawin kasi mayaman naman siya... I guess she has moved on na rin kasi.

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    6. 1:14 bakit naman ipagdadamot ang anak silang dalawa ang gumawa sa bata. Ang sa babae naman basta makita mo ang effort na gusto makita ng tatay ang anak matutuwa ka na. Madaming single mother ang hinakit is hindi maramdaman ang effort ng tatay sa anak. Sigurado na binibilihan ni Lloydie ang anak ng gamit kaya walang problema sa kanila ang ganyang setup.

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    7. 1:49 because there are some mothers that dont want it to share with their fathers beacause of their personal reasons and we cant blame them too especially if there is a traumatic situation happend. Not everyone has the same views.

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  2. Sarap ma inlababo, kaya sana to the right partner tayo maiinlove para iwas hiwalayan. Mga anak ang nag suffer. Pero sabagay, if kids grow up in a broken home, they don't know any better kasi yan na kinagisnan nilang buhay.

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    1. True. Pero at the back of their mind may mga tanong yan. Pwede mag ugat un deep seated childhood trauma

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    2. 108 how can kids who grew up in broken homes dont know any better? Is your home with complete family family better than mine? Having complete parents does not guarantee they are way better than those kids from broken homes. It is better to raise kids in an environment with mutal love and respect ; not all couples have that kaya mas pinipili nalang maghiwalay kesa makita ng mga bata na madalas mag away. Mas may impact yun sa pagkatao nila.

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    3. I disagree with you 1:31. Lumaki kaming 4 na magkakapatid sa isang broken home. Magkakaiba kami ng mga tatay. Wala naman kaming trauma. Pinalaki kami ng mom namin ng maayos. Lahat kami nakatapos ng pag-aaral. Never kami naghanap ng father figure. Pag may mga school activities at may mga classmates ako na nandoon ang dad nila ay hindi naman ako naiinggit. Ngayon kaming magkakapatid ay may mga kanya-kanyang pamilya na at may maayos na mga trabaho. Nasa pagpapalaki lamang yan ng magulang at nasa bata mismo.

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    4. Prolly depends. I'm thinking na basta matino yung parent na nagpapalaki sa bata magiging maayos sila. May mga kumpletong pamilya na parehas na may issues yung magulang so may issues din ang anak. As for jlc and ellen, no comment apart from the fact that they seem to need parenting themselves as well lol.

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    5. 1:08 Nobody knows the right partner! People are not perfect. People change. Values change. The right partner now may not be right later. Kaya may mga naiistuck sa unhappy marriage kasi pinipilit yung idea ng forever for everyone. An unhappy marriage is a broken home. A broken mom/dad is a broken home. It's more traumatic to force kids to live with unhappy parents. Our kids will benefit more if we advice them to love and respect themselves, rather than teach them to pick the right partner. When they love and respect themselves, they will end up choosing the "right" partner, and if the "right" partner didnt turn out to be "right" in the end, then they have the courage to leave to protect their dignity and self-worth because, well, they love and respect themselves.

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  3. nasa cebu ba si jl?

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  4. Aww glad they were able to work things out and co parent their kid. I have friends who grew up without having met their other parent (or maybe just met them several times in their life).

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  5. I agree biglaan kasi at prang hindi based sa love ang foundation nila. Oh well mahirap naman mgcomment kasi hindi naman natin alam ang pnagdaanan nila. Just hope na their co parenting works out para narin sa bata

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  6. Bakit naghiwalay itong dalwang Ito?

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    1. The feels moved on... no feels, no more relationship. It is that fleeting.

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    2. They fell hard and fast. Genuine naman siguro in the beginning kaso the longer kasi na magkasama, doon mo palang talaga makikilala ang pagkatao, quirks and all. It's up to you kung paano mo titignan e. Nobody is perfect so balancing act yan between your negotiables and non-negotiables. Tamad sa gawaing bahay vs. Malambing, medyo mahina kumita vs. Mapagmahal sa anak, medyo weird ang trip vs. supportive sa trip mo. Anyone who has lived with somebody knows that you should choose yout battles. Hindi lahat ng topak papatulan mo. However, it's different when destructive na ang relationship and you start questioning your self worth. Pag yung dignidad na ang nawala, that's when you can tell yourself that love is not enough. Ellen refers to her time with JL as a blackhole. She also has depression and anxiety, plus yung postpartum stress pa. We can tell that they did not have it easy. Naghiwalay sila to preserve their self-worth. Maybe. We don't know them, but we all can learn a thing or two from them.

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  7. I think it is okay. I myself have a complete family and we have issues we cant fix. Really depends on the parents on how they'll mold their families whether they are together or not. I have friends with broken families but they have good relationships with their father and mother and even with their step-sibs.

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