- Maame Mary, a Ghanaian residing in Canada, shared her story of falling out of love with her husband due to his lack of financial and emotional support when she moved to Canada
- Despite his initial eagerness to travel abroad, he did not assist her financially when she had to pay GH¢250,000 for her visa
- Mary sold her shop car, and took a loan, feeling unsupported, which led to emotional detachment and strained their relationship.
Canada-based Ghanaian Maame Mary revealed in an interview that she fell out of love with her husband because he didn't support her financially or emotionally when she moved to Canada.
Despite her husband's initial eagerness to travel abroad, he didn't assist when Mary had to pay GH¢250,000 to a travel agent after her visa was approved.
She felt unsupported, and their relationship deteriorated, leading to her emotional detachment.
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Although he had supported her during her education, his lack of support during this critical moment led to a breakdown in their relationship.
Now in Canada, Mary is moving forward with her life, having reunited with her children who joined her in Canada. At the same time, her relationship with her husband remains strained due to the lack of support during her significant life transition.
Watch the interview below:
Lady breaks up with boyfriend before going to the UK
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a Ghanaian woman living in the UK revealed she broke up with her boyfriend in Ghana before travelling.
Eugenia Maud Martin said she informed her boyfriend after she got to the United Kingdom and went back to her childhood sweetheart.
Ghanaian in UK says he was ok with his GH¢1500 monthly savings till he travelled abroad and got more
She later married her childhood lover and helped him join her in the UK. Unfortunately, her husband passed away some years ago.
Marriages in Ghana are better than those abroad
A Ghanaian in the UK also said marriages in Ghana are far better than those abroad, and he gave his reasons.
Albert Osei Tutu said most couples abroad divorce at the slightest provocation, compared to Ghana, where they'll at least try to solve their issues.
He gave an example where partners abroad do not see themselves often because of their work schedule, but in Ghana, couples are sure to see each other most nights.
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