Zenande Mfenyane on Societal Pressure to Have Children and Get Married

Zenande Mfenyane on Societal Pressure to Have Children and Get Married

- Zenande Mfenyane took to social media to chat about societal pressure on having children and getting married

- Having been pressured herself, Zenande is glad she did not cave and feels people should back off and let others do what they feel is right for them

- Fans thanked Zenande for her post and shred their situations with her

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The Queen actress and new mom Zenande Mfenyane came forward to speak about the societal pressure to get married and have children.

Before Zenande had her baby, she was constantly asked when she would be having children and settling down. The pressure was on and it was uncomfortable.

Taking to social media, Zenande explained how she was told that her clock was ticking and she might be running out of time, and how this stressed her out. Zenande feels people should back off and stop putting so much pressure.

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Zenande stuck to her feelings and listened to God, not those pressuring her, and she is grateful that she did.

“I was told “ole fetwa” “your biological clock is ticking” “you can forget about finding love” and I chose to mute those negative voices and chose to listen to what God was saying about my life. I’m glad I chose to listen to God, coz look at my life now.”

Zenande Mfenyane on societal pressure to have children and get married
The Queen actress and new mom Zenande Mfenyane recently opened up about the pressures from society to have her first child. Image: @zenandemfenyana.
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Fans took to the comment section to share their stories in agreeance with Zenande.

“Just like those who think that when you have a child it's the end of the road for you. I chose to listen to God as early as I was still in high school.”
“God is great. Its always those one who dont have much to show for their life that say such things. I know what that feels like "kgante o ba le ngwana neng?" that time I just finished my 2nd degree, chose to have a long engagement before getting married and starting a family.”

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“I needed to hear this, at this point of time was just about to give up. But after seeing this I now know nothing is controlled by human beings, if God says is not your time, is not your time. I’ll take my trust and put upon His grace.”

Briefly News previously reported that Zenande Mfenyana took to social media to warn her fans about fake people.

The Queen actress shared a few pearls of wisdom on fake friends. Zenande took to Twitter a few days ago to tell her followers to walk away from people who don't appreciate them. Sis said:

"When someone shows you how little you mean in their life, believe them. Stop trying to foster. They are never going to love and appreciate you the way you love and appreciate them. Know your tribe, take care of your tribe."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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