3 things 'My Ex and Whys' taught us!

Rewatch Cali (Liza Soberano) and Gio's (Enrique Gil) love-hate relationship in this 25-minute supercut!

Kirsten Olaño
Kirsten Olaño

3 things 'My Ex and Whys' taught us!

2017's hit Valentine's movie celebrated its second anniversary this month. Cathy Garcia-Molina's romance-comedy hit "My Ex and Whys" topbilled by power couple Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil continues to teach us the importance of restoring our SOs trust after its been broken. 

"My Ex and Whys" also showcased different situations and phases of love and relationships. When Cali's dad cheated on her mom, she promised herself never to get into a similar situation, only to be betrayed by the love of her life Gio. 💔

Bumalik na naman ang sakit at maraming bakit! 😥

We listed three things we learned from Cali and Gio:

1. Forgiveness is the best gift we can give to others and to ourselves! 

Cali's anger and bitterness almost cost her her friendship with Lee (Ryan Bang) thinking that most men ain't loyal. 

So before we lose the important people in our lives, learn to forgive! 

2. Second chances are given to those who work for it! 

We lost count of how many "sorrys" Gio told Cali. Asking for second chances is one of the bravest things to do, for everyday one must prove that he is deserving. 

3. Every love story has its own highs and lows

Each story about love and relationships is unique. Every couple has their own struggles and learnings. And no one is exempted to face these challenges for these are the ultimate weapon to strengthen bonds. 

Rewind their love story in this 25-minute supercut:

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Catch LizQuen in their first Black Sheep-produced Valentine's movie "Alone/Together" in cinemas nationwide. It is written and directed by Antoinette Jadaone. It also screens in Europe starting tomorrow, February 23.

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