- An insightful local lady has headed online to share some relationship advice with her followers
- In the interesting post, she encourages people to consider each other's mental and emotional health when deciding to get into a relationship
- Many people agreed with the advice, taking to the comment section to share their thoughts and sentiments
A young South African woman, @TarciaMakgolane, headed to her Twitter page to share some advice about dating and marrying healthily. According to her post, people should not only consider a person's financial status when it comes to getting into a relationship.
Tarcia also interestingly encourages people looking for relationships to also consider a person's emotional and mental well-being as the two factors also play a huge role in the success of any relationship.
"We’re obsessed about dating & marrying financially stable partners, forgetting to check mental, emotional & spiritual stability," she captioned the Twitter post.
Her Twitter followers agreed with the post. Many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below.
"We’re also obsessed with painting men with money as monsters, as if average men and those without money are all angels on earth. Society want to romanticise poverty and feed it to single women haai nohh, abuse is not a financial or gender thing, it’s a person thing."
"We should be all these things first before attracting someone who’s aligned at all these levels. Then money and stability are a plus."
"That’s why it’s always important to know the person's stability during the talking stage and not only focus on cute things."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a young man who calls himself Dr Chauke with the Twitter handle @_BlackZa recently took to the app to share some advice with his followers regarding being financially unstable and deciding to start families.
In the post, the young man tells men who cannot afford to offer their women and children better lives to steer clear of impregnating women and starting families to avoid starting a life of struggle for them.
"Until you're financially stable as a man, don't go and disturb someone's daughter with pregnancy," he captioned the Twitter post.
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