They were engaged for only two months, breaking up at the end of last year.
According to Lira, ‘Our relationship was phenomenal, but then he changed’, Galore told the show’s host, Iyanla on Fix My Life.
‘He was doing a lot of sneaky things behind my back’, she added.
When asked if her man’s actions bothered and angered her, Galore mentioned that she didn’t feel appreciated, which she believes is a problem that many black women face from their lovers.
‘I’m angry because I want our black men to value us, and they don’t’, she explained.
‘I like the way it makes me feel’, she said of being a heavy drinker. ‘It makes me forget my pain, my hurt, my heartbreak.’
Above all, Lira Galore hopes that by bringing light to the issues in her relationship with Ross, she’ll be able to help other women in the long run.
‘It’s easy to see public relationships or lifestyles on Instagram and forget we are all human.’
‘We are all naive at times. I’ve learned you have to stay focused on your goals, and the love you build for yourself will always remain solid. Outside that, you have to trust your worth as a person and as a woman.’
By Tony Nwanne