Anele Mdoda: 2-parent homes do not always guarantee perfect partners

Anele Mdoda: 2-parent homes do not always guarantee perfect partners

Anele Mdoda shared her opinion on relationships and how growing up affects what kind of partner a person is. According to the celeb, growing up in a home with two parents doesn't necessarily mean you'll be a good partner.

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Anele Mdoda responded to a tweep's opinion that two-parent homes guarantee better partners in life.

The tweep said that single mothers 'pollute' the way their children think and that results in them being difficult partners.

Anele, who doesn't hold back when she feels the need to speak up, wasn't ashamed to admit that she's not the easiest person to date, and she comes from a home with two parents.

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Anele is also a single parent and just had to say something.:

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Raising children is more complicated than it sounds and there are many things that influence a child and who they become, not just whether or not they have two parents.

Briefly.co.za noticed that other Twitter users also shared their opinions on this rather touchy subject:

@CB_Nkwana

I was also raised in a two parent household (polygamous to be exact) and boy oh boy I'm nothing close to a perfect parent. I learn everyday from my mistakes raising my two kids...

@IyandaMweli

I was also raised in a two parents Household but the way I struggling to get a stable Relationship its bad. almost all my Ex's told me I am full on nonsense and I am difficult to love

@MalusiMeyi

I was raised by a woman who couldn't conceive. I'm darling to have as a partner. Mostly how you are raised can be an effect on your outcome as an adult. This is life nothing is certain because of how and where you grow up.

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