It’s great deception to post the most alluring pictures of your extravagant wedding on social media while you ignore calls from the rental company, photographer, caterer and even the person who designed and printed your wedding prpgramme! I wonder how you manage to enjoy your honeymoon with so much debt!
The narratives from friends who are into rentals, photography and card printing are enough to shock the devil.
To you, the one who is putting undue pressure on your partner when infact you are unemployed but want to spend more than 30,000 cedis on your wedding; what is wrong with you? Why can’t you have your unique identity? Why do you want to live above your means?
I met a lady with two Masters Degrees who got married to a guy because of family pressure. It later turned out the guy was living a lie. The marriage collapsed in less than two years.
Someone told a friend of mine she sponsored her wedding because her hubby is jobless. She’s looking for a job for her hubby but their pictures on social depict otherwise. This is a lady who earns less than 1,200 cedis a month.
Open your eyes! Not all you see on social media is real. You are definitely suffering from inferiority complex if what people post on social media is pushing you to do the unthinkable.
How do you expect a marriage that has been built on debt to enjoy peace? A word to the wise is …
Credit: Mabel Aku Baneseh