I can give you uncountable lists of successful men who married their long-time lovers, the women who were there for them when they couldn’t yet figure out this thing called life. Contrary, I quite believe a successful marriage is built on friendship.
The rest becomes bonus and every reasonable man in the world knows this: Van Vicker, Stonebwoy, Obama, Ed Sheeran, 2Face and Majid married the women who were there for them every step of the way. Such women are priceless. They bring the best in you.
It’s been over 15 years now and Majid can proudly say his wife, Virna, is responsible for their success.
She’s not just the love of his life but the rock of their family. Majid stated that he has never cheated on his wife though he get tempted and we all know most won’t believe because “Majid is a bad guy”.
Today’s society has changed alot. It’s all about instant getting, to the extent that some ladies neglect boyfriends with bright future to date married men with some little money. Can you ever settle down with him?
You think he will leave his wife for you? Even if he does, your marriage will never work. As ghanaian children we were always told not to rob Peter to pay Paul. If so, isn’t it advisable to stay faithful to that young man and build a common future?
Virna is the celebreate actor’s long-time sweetheart and they are almost same age. They didn’t have anything – only had friendship and support and belief in each other.
Life isn’t sunshine and rainbows. Don’t let social media and the media itself deceive you into wanting a life that’s not real. You need someone to lean on. You need someone who believes you are worth more than material things and that with or without the fancy things life still remains a beautiful adventure.
Dear ladies, he’s 24 and broke so he’s not your class? Well, at what age did your own father make it that you want to give someone’s son a mental breakdown? Even in developed countries it’s hard to find someone making it big before 30 unless such person comes from a wealthy family. So let’s be patient with one another. Money isn’t everything…rich people don’t necessarily have successful marriages.
In conclusion, dearly young people, learn to give yourselves a chance. Take it easy and appreciate your humble beginnings. Step by step you will also get there. Patience is a virtue; and if so, then permit me to ask: do you have it?