Lady says women should not believe their wedding is the best day

Lady says women should not believe their wedding is the best day

- A young lady has shared her thoughts on how women are raised to believe that their wedding is the best day of their lives

- The lady, identified simply as Doreen, noted that it terrifies her when girls say their wedding day is the best day of their life

- Doreen advised parents to raise their children to have lots of best days, not just look forward to their wedding as one

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A young woman, identified simply as Doreen, has taken to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to advise parents not to raise their daughters with the mindset that their wedding day is the best day of their lives.

In a tweet, she noted that it terrifies her whenever she hears ladies say that their wedding day is the best day of their lives. She added that no one ever challenges the belief that it is the best day of a woman's life.

According to her, this belief makes women eager to experience their wedding and it becomes more important than who they actually marry.

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She said men also take advantage of the societal desire planted in women and they promise them the wedding of their dreams.

The lady advised parents to raise their daughters to believe that the best day of their lives is not just their wedding day but there can be multiple days in their lives.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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