“If You Think Marriage Will Cure Your Loneliness, You’ll Be Having Too Many Unrealistic Expectations,” Dayo Amusa Break Silence On Her Single Journey.

"If You Think Marriage Will Cure Your Loneliness, You’ll Be Having Too Many Unrealistic Expectations," Dayo Amusa Break Silence On Her Single Journey.
“If You Think Marriage Will Cure Your Loneliness, You’ll Be Having Too Many Unrealistic Expectations,” Dayo Amusa Break Silence On Her Single Journey.

In her own words:

“I sometimes wonder if marriage is a must Then I come to a conclusion that it isn’t for everyone. Who we marry is one of the most important decisions in life. The concept of marriage has taken a new turn lately as we’ve witnessed not only a high rate of divorce & separation but also partners resorting to violent methods to end their marriage. O sad gan ni.

If you think marriage will cure your loneliness, you’ll be having too many unrealistic expectations. Your partner is not meant to fulfill you, he or she is not designed to meet your deepest needs or bear every burden you face in life.

Marriage isn’t for everyone, some people just want to be single and that’s okay. But even for those in happy relationships, rushing to the altar might not be the necessary path. Marriage is a massive commitment. I believe so because you’re committing to spending a lot of time together, and there’s the “till death do us part” aspect, which really shouldn’t be taken lightly at all. But some of us aren’t certain about the path we want to take, and that’s okay. Marriage is not a one-size-fits-all scenario.

Even if you’re ready to commit to one person, it doesn’t necessarily have to be sealed in a white dress with a stack of paperwork. Commitment can manifest differently for different people. Marriage might be the right choice for some, but for others, it might not align. Give yourself the chance to decide.

Love yourself, recognize your beauty, and don’t sacrifice your essence for the sake of others. Remember, you can’t give what you don’t have. You can’t pour from an empty cup.

Dayo Amusa’s candid and introspective take on marriage encourages her audience to reflect on their own paths and prioritize their well-being and self-discovery, challenging conventional norms and advocating for individual agency in matters of the heart.

What do you think about what she said above?

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