Amakove Wala advises her kids to date as many people as possible, avoid marriage till 30s

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Amakove Wala Advises Her Kids to Date as Many People as Possible, Avoid Marriage Till 30s

  • Dr Amakove Wala shared that she wished she had waited until she got to her 30s to get married, but the pressure was high back then
  • The mother of four also said that she would advise her children to have many relationships before committing to marriage
  • Many social media users agreed with her sentiments, saying people no longer want to get married, while others said multiple relationships are a bad idea

Celebrated doctor and social media influencer Amakove Wala has shared her thoughts about marriage and what she would wish for her four children.

Amakove Wala noted she will advice her children to have many relationships before they consider getting married.
Amakove Wala shared how she wished she waited until she was in her 30s to get married. Photo: Amakove Wala.
Source: Facebook

What Amakove Wala thinks about marrying late

The vibrant medic was interviewed by YouTuber Jagero. She said she wished she had waited until she was in her 30s to get married.

“I would encourage my children to have as many relationships as they can because you are not committing to marriage early. I think I would have delayed getting married to my 30s because of the maturity that comes when you are in your 30s,” she said.

Amakove also noted that the pressure to get married has lessened, and fewer people are seeking marriage.

“Many younger people are opting not to get married, and that is a change that we are seeing. Is it positive or negative? Who knows? But if it works for them, let me say go for it,” she added.

Watch the video below:

Here are some of the comments from social media users:

@R.O said:

“Having many relationships is a bad advice.’

@Yvonne Mwangi said:

“I agree.”

@Ammi said:

“Well, I’ll be turning 28 years old in a couple of months. I have no pressure getting married, and I feel I am not mature enough for marriage.”

@HeartMatters said:

“Even at 30, you can still fail. Marriage is beautiful; it only takes one to understand it.”

@Jakanyanyandi said:

“Nowadays, getting married isn’t in your control, so you can’t say get married.”

@Liz said:

“So true, marriage is not a bed of roses.”

Amakove opens up about dry spell in marriage

The mother of four spoke about enduring six years of what she described as a “dry spell” in her marriage.

Wala, who tied the knot in 2006, unveiled the complexities of her journey, shedding light on red flags, societal expectations, and the toll it took on her personal and professional life.

She bravely addressed the bedroom aspect of her relationship, describing lack of sexual fulfilment as a form of abuse.

Proofreading by Mercy Nyambura Guthua, journalist and copy editor at TUKO.co.ke

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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