Danyal Zafar's advice to avoid toxic relationships

"Realise your worth and self respect," was one point the singer wrote on his Instagram

Entertainment Desk September 01, 2019

Danyal Zafar is following in the footsteps of his older brother, Ali Zafar, to try and establish his name in the entertainment industry.

After several announcements and a last-minute cancellation, the star dropped his long-awaited debut single Ek Aur Ek 3 last month, which features Hania Aamir in an avatar. Now, Zafar shows a different side of himself and it's got to do with relationships.


The Coke Studio Season 10 crooner recently took to his Instagram to share advice on how to avoid a toxic relationship. "I just posted the longest story known to mankind on toxic relationships (just a snippet tho lmao)," Zafar wrote. He then revealed his eight steps and asked his fans to tag someone who needed to read it too.

Perhaps the post had something to do with Momina Mustehsan, who he reportedly dated? Zafar recently posted that he is single this year after "two and a half heartbreaks later." Here are his words of wisdom.


Realise your worth and self respect. If it is being abused, walk away.

Accept that you will miss them for a while. It’s normal and it’s ok to, because you were so attached, but don’t fall weak and go back.

Block and cut them off from everywhere. Negative energies need to be completely blacked out for positivity to strive.

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Focus on your purpose, ambition and work. Use it to distract yourself and let it take up most of your time.


Stay around friends and family mostly. If you can’t, spend time with yourself. Get to know yourself. Learn to be happy and content with your own company. Learn to love yourself. If you can’t, how can you love someone else or be content with someone else.

Don’t jump onto the next person or seek a replacement or another relationship. Quit finding answers in others. Seek within.


Be by yourself for a while. Let yourself grow, learn, absorb, mature, evolve and build perspective.

Be thankful for whatever experience you’ve had. Whether good or bad or toxic. They only teach you. Everyone who steps into your life has a purpose. To teach you. So learn from your experiences, or keep crying about them. The choice is yours.

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