Recently, Solomon Buchi had made an assertion that comparing one’s partner to others can be a catalyst to sadness, has triggered discussion.
He contends that the act of comparison is often apples-to-oranges scenario, where the “container” of someone else’s relationship is compared to the “substance” of one’s own. It’s an issue many married couples face but don’t always openly say.
In another bold statement, Buchi suggests that unless you’ve lived with someone, you cannot truly evaluate whether they are better or worse than your spouse. This scope raises questions about the basis for judgement and highlights the importance of firsthand experience in knowing a person’s character.
It was noticed some days ago that Buchi has drawn attention to parenting in the digital age, revealing that he and his wife plan to withhold funds from their children until they reach university age.
Their reasoning is that early access to smartphones may expose children to negative influences and behavior. This verdict calls for reflection on modern parenting techniques and their effect on children’s development.