Solomon Buchi, a media personality, cautions against excessively long dating periods solely for the purpose of getting to know someone before marriage.
As a life coach on the X platform, he emphasizes that a person’s partner may undergo changes even after years of togetherness.
While it is understandable to desire a thorough understanding of one’s potential spouse, Solomon Buchi advises that marriage necessitates a certain level of faith.
He advises against lingering in a dating phase for too long, as it is within the context of marriage that one truly discovers the extent of their knowledge about their partner.
In his words: “You can never know your partner too well before marriage. No matter how long you date, marriage will shock you. You’ll see sides to them that you never saw in your 10 years of dating. I understand trying to spend long years to know someone before marriage, but getting married requires a level of FAITH. It requires a little bit of uncertainty; after all, is life itself not uncertain? Even in marriage, your partner evolves per stage. Who they were before childbirth is different from who they’ll be after childbirth. Stop dating for too long because you want to know the person well; marriage will teach you how much you don’t know them, and why you should patiently study them. Please, just marry and face the dynamic reality of marriage. It’s a consistent learning curve.”
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