"Before I met her, my life was a mess": Man shows his lady public love

"Before I met her, my life was a mess": Man shows his lady public love

- A local man recently took to Facebook to share a heartfelt message with the love of his life

- In the heartwarming post, the man says that his woman helped change his life for the better

- The touching post left many locals heading to the comment section to wish for similar romance in their lives

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Good relationships are hard to come by and even harder to keep. A young man, Luther Nyathi, recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartwarming girlfriend appreciation post with the woman he credits his newfound outlook on life to.

"#ImStaying because before she came into my life, it was a mess. Thank you for sorting it out. Now my life is so much more focused and simply better. And all these have been possible, only because of you."
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Stayers and hopeless romantics were soon filling up the comment section with all sorts of comments. Many of them hoped for a similar romance while others simply shared some words of advice and encouragement.

Man shows his lady some love

SA man turns up the romance on Facebook. Source: Luther Nyathi/ImStaying/Facebook
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Read a few of their thoughts below.

Louis Strydom said:

"Behind every successful man stands a strong woman who can stand on her own yet decides to stand with her man and share her strength for the progress of the unity."

Marile' Scholtz said:

"Some people just come from nowhere and change your whole world! Hold on to her!"

Joan McMurray said:

"Such a wonderful tribute, very kind gentleman."

Lungz JJ Jay Jay said:

"Wow my brother, keep it up. Guys, it is not easy for us men to recognise our women's contribution, keep the love burning."

In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, it is not common to find women who move on really fast after a break-up, especially if the relationship had been a long-term one. But for one woman, separating with her boyfriend of four years was a blessing in disguise.

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After being dumped, the unidentified woman did not lose hope in love but instead chose to give it a second chance. Nigerian celebrity photographer Uche, who shared the story on her Twitter handle, said this time around, three months in, the relationship ended in marriage.

“This babe has been dating this guy for like four years then the guy said he wanted a break and I kid you not, three months later this babe is fully married. I have so many questions," she tweeted.

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