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I didn’t know what I was doing when I married my husband — Naa Armoo

Love & Relationships I didn’t know what I was doing when I married my husband — Naa Armoo
WED, 12 JUN 2024 LISTEN

Ghanaian pharmacist Naa Nhyirabea Armoo has reflected on her lack of experience when she married her husband, admitting that her understanding of marriage was limited at the time, which influenced her decision.

In a discussion on the HomeAffairs show on JoyPrime TV, Nhyirabea acknowledged her naivety and emphasized that if given another chance, she would prioritize choosing a partner who embraces Godly values more fervently.

"Looking back, I realize I was very naive when I made my choice. I often say to my husband that if he were to propose to me now, with the person I've become, he would face a tough challenge. I didn't fully comprehend the path I was embarking on," Naa Armoo shared.

She elaborated on the qualities she initially sought in a partner, highlighting the importance of acceptance and authenticity.

"In my selection, I sought someone who would accept me for who I am, encourage my authenticity, and appreciate my true self. I wanted a companion who could be a friend and whose principles resonated with mine," she said.

However, her experiences in marriage have reshaped her perspective on what is truly important in a partner.

"As I've journeyed through marriage, I've realized that what's most important to me is a partner deeply rooted in faith, someone who has discovered God, understands God, and, when faced with decisions, would consistently choose God's way or will. The path of marriage is unpredictable, and you can't foresee what might happen," she expressed.

Gideon Afful Amoako
Gideon Afful Amoako

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