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Lessons We Could Learn From Melinda and Bill Gates’ Divorce – Chief Chukwudị Nwokoye writes (Must Read)



Lessons We Could Learn From Melinda and Bill Gates’ Divorce

-No marriage is made in heaven or perfect.
-That marriage has lasted for decades does not mean that it has no challenges.

-Marriage is not bed of roses as some people paint it on social media.

-Money does not guarantee happy marriage.
-Money does not guarantee happiness.

-No one should continue to live in a “patch patch” marriage/relationship that has long failed or no longer working and cannot be revived.

-People should take social media love with a pinch of salt.

-No couple is inseparable, especially if the couples are not living in same culture as you.

-A person’s happiness is more important than what the world feels about you.

-If your marriage has failed irretrievably, it is your choice whether to continue to persevere or not.

-Marriage is a bond between two people who decide to make it work.

-Bill and Melinda are one of the richest couples on earth but not the happiest.

-It takes two imperfect individuals to work hard on the relationship to make it work.

-You can’t stop working on your marriage, just because it had survived for decades.

-Chukwu Okike cannot give you everything that your heart desires.

-Wealth or lack there of, does not a happy or unhappy marriage make.

-That couples smile in public does not mean that their private life is fun.

-Rich people also cry.

—-Continue to work hard on your marriage and always seek for compromise and middle grounds.

***Be open to suggestions but also know what is best for you and your partner

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Vincent Onyegaegbochi Okoye (born 23rd April) is a Nigerian blogger, writer, entrepreneur and a librarian. Born and raised in a Catholic Family from NRI in anaocha local Government Area of Anambra state, Nigeria, Graduated from Delta state university, Abraka, in the year 2018 where he studied Library and Information Science.

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