“Stop Asking Single People When They’ll Be Getting Married, It’s Not Good For Their Mental Health” – 33-Year-Old Berla Mundi Defends Singleness 

“Stop Asking Single People When They’ll Be Getting Married, It’s Not Good For Their Mental Health” – 33-Year-Old Berla Mundi Defends Singleness 

Ghanaian media personality, Berla Mundi has urged the public to refrain from putting unnecessary pressure on people who are single to get married.

According to the TV3 Presenter, she finds it quite mind-boggling, when young people like herself are asked about when they will be getting married, why they are still single at a relatively older age blah blah blah.

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“Stop Asking Single People When They’ll Be Getting Married, It’s Not Good For Their Mental Health” – 33-Year-Old Berla Mundi Defends Singleness 
Berla Mundi

Berla Mundi says these questions drain people who are asked emotionally and puts psychological pressure on them.

In a tweet, Berla Mundi asked for an immediate halt to these questions because marriage is a personal choice one needs to make hence these questions about why one has decided to go celibate or single for life should not be encouraged.

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‘You are aging.When are you going to marry?’ ‘Oh you got married? Congrats.When are you having a baby?’ Dear society, why do you keep asking these? Do you think of the emotional and psychological pressure you place on these people?

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