- Ligamondy Mthembu is a young man who is extremely wise and shares what he can when he can
- Ligamondy shared an amazing piece of relationship advice to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently
- Ligamondy spoke about marriage, rings and dating in his brief but poignant post and Stayers are loving it
A local man by the name of Ligamondy Mthembu took to the #ImStaying group on Facebook to share some amazing relationship advice. According to Ligamondy, dating is not a competition and marriage doesn't guarantee happiness.
He stressed that a wedding ring is not a trophy to be won. He added that one should only marry when the time is right and not when pressured. His sound advice is something that should definitely be taken to heart.
Ligamondy's post, accompanied by a photo of a wedding ring, has received over 4 000 likes from Stayers who can't get enough of his honesty.
His full post read:
"Dating is not a competition, a ring is not a trophy to be won, marriage doesn't guarantee happiness. Marry right when the time is right, not when pressured! #ImStaying"
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top comments left under his post.
John R Potter said:
"I always said, you will know it when your time comes."
Izibusiso-Ziningi Shabs jokingly wrote:
"Let me apply the law of attraction... My future husband come and read this. Yours faithfully, dearest wife."
Shaun McDermott commented:
"A man talking sense."
Rachel Mbuyamba added:
"Perfectly said! Sometimes people around us like to put pressure when they see you single. And God's timing is always the best."
In other relationship news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a couple who gave many locals the feels after celebrating 60 years of marriage. Meeting your forever partner is something not everyone gets to experience.
A proud husband recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to swoon over his favourite person, who he has been married to for 60 years.
Michael Dean-Jackson, a happy Mzansi Stayer and obviously great husband, shared a picture of himself and his wife, who he explained in the heartwarming post that he had been married to for 60 years and was still going strong.
"After 60 years of marriage and still going... I'm staying," wrote Michael.
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