- A Twitter user simply identified as Uloma said that marriages shouldn't be reduced to a system of failure and success
- The Twitter user said her marriage did not fail if she was happily married for 15 years and it later ended
- The young woman noted that describing her marriage as failed would diminish the number of years that she was happy
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A Twitter user simply identified as Uloma has said that if she was happily married for 15 years and on the 16th anniversary, everything fell apart, she would not consider her marriage a failure.
According to her, she would rather say that the marriage ended.
She stated that for the fact she was happily married for the first 15 years, she would always cherish the memories rather than toss it away as a failure.
The woman revealed that she would rather leave her marriage if the issues are irreconcilable than stay in it to save face or make people see that her marriage was successful.
She reiterates that she would also not want her marriage to be described as failed because it diminishes the meaning and impact of the 15 years she had.
Uloma stated that marital relationships shouldn't be reduced to a system of failure and success. According to her, people marry their partners for different reasons, hence, one cannot measure the failure or the success of marriages by one standard.
In other news, YEN.com.ghearlier reported that a Nigerian woman with the name Clara Chekwube spoke about what is expected of a woman in marriage. She said that no matter how modern the world gets, she would never believe she and her husband are mates.
In another story, a lady thanked her husband for marrying her despite the fact that she cheated on him and that he is not her type.
According to her, marrying her husband, Onimisi, is the best decision she has ever made. Explaining further, Subomi said that her man stayed with her even when it was obvious that she was cheating on him with another irresponsible guy.
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