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If Your Man Can’t Meet Up With All Your Bills, Get A Job, Ghanaian Tv Host, Joselyn Dumas Says

Ghanaian actress and Television show host, Joselyn Dumas has advised women to stop milking men and empower themselves too. Joselyn says if a man loves you, the little you can do is to appreciate him and not walk out of the relationship because he lacks the ability to financially sort all your needs. She then asked women to get a job to help themselves instead.

According to Ghana Web, Joselyn says;

"Dear sisters, if you have a man who loves you and cares about you with the little he has, appreciate it and be content with it.

Stop getting into relationships because you have a lot of demands and wants and you want your man to take care of them all.


You should stop making your man a goldmine or consider him as your father that he has to take care of everything of all his Daughter's Needs. Your man also has a life to live and his own demands to fulfill.

In addition to that, also stop getting into relationships with high expectations. High expectations will kill you and you will get disappointed for nothing.

If you are with someone and they are unable to provide everything you want yet you adore them, then find a job and cater for yourself.

If you can’t find a job or you are handicapped then walk out of the relationship instead of cheating and find someone capable or an organization for disabled people to support you. Otherwise cease getting into relationships and marriages for wrong reasons.

Money can’t buy love and happiness. If it did then most rich people wouldn't have been single, they wouldn’t have been crying for love and they wouldn’t have been divorcing every now and then. Money just sustains life but it can’t complete everything! Be Wise

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