Searching for love and putting financial status first makes you nothing but a gold digger.
It is extremely disheartening to see that, in today’s society, individuals continue to place such a heavy emphasis on someone’s present financial status when choosing a partner.
On a recent episode of the match making and dating program “Date Rush,” it was clear that a number of the ladies avoided a teacher based on the perception that he was not financially “sound” or he’s “poor.” by virtue of being a teacher.
Any serious man looking for marriage material should think twice before taking them as a wife.
This type of shallow thinking is not only unfair to the teacher in question, but it also perpetuates harmful societal norms that prioritize wealth over personal characteristics and values.
To start with, it is important to recognize that teachers, like many other professionals, are often underpaid in Ghana for the crucial work that they do.
However, they play a vital role in shaping the minds of our future generations and deserve to be compensated fairly for their efforts.
By dismissing a potential partner solely based on their presents financial status, these ladies are not only disrespecting the teacher’s profession, but are also failing to acknowledge the value of the work that he does.
This type of thinking reinforces the toxic belief that one’s worth is directly tied to their income or material possessions. It suggests that a person’s character, values, and personality are not as important as their bank account balance.
This is a harmful and misguided perspective that does not accurately reflect what truly makes a relationship fulfilling and successful.
In a relationship, it is important to consider the financial stability and goals of both partners. However, it is equally important to recognize that there are many ways to define and achieve financial success, and it is unfair to base one’s worth solely on their income.
There are countless examples of successful and fulfilling relationships in which one or both partners do not earn a high income. What truly matters is the mutual respect, support, and love that exist within the relationship.
It is crucial that we move beyond shallow, surface-level thinking when it comes to choosing a partner. It is time to recognize the value and worth of all individuals, regardless of their profession or financial status.
Teachers, like all other professionals, deserve to be treated with respect and appreciation for the important work that they do. Let us work towards a society that values character and personal values over material possessions and wealth.
They are telling everyone that they have nothing to bring to the table (parasitic thinking). It is also a clear indication that they are poor themselves and are looking for someone to lift them from poverty. They are not looking for love, they’re looking for your grave.
Mlagada Promise , Lead Educator@ Informed Teachers Network ✍🏼✍🏼✍🏼✍🏼
ANGEL CARBONU’S REACTION
“I’ve been inundated by the complaints by well-meaning teachers about the comments, some women made on TV3, Looking for love, love program that teachers are not worthy men of marriage because teachers are poor and so on.
I did not watch the Program myself. Colleagues, why do you worry about such unscrupulous statement made by equally disgruntled and frustrated women who have to go on TV to find love?
Colleagues, thousands and thousands and thousands of teachers are properly married. Male teachers are married to a very well educated, well brought up, beautiful, Industrials, diligent women.
Maybe they should organize a parade for us to showcase our wives and our husbands and will begin to appreciate the caliber of men and women teachers are married to.
Teachers are very responsible men and women who have an organized home and have raised children to become professors, medical doctors and what have you. Therefore, statement made by a bunch of useless ladies on television looking for love should not disturb us at all.
Those who think that the grass is greener on the other side, we know them. We know how they have started and how they ended. We know where they are what they do. Gallivanting from one people’s spouses to the other.
I will plead with colleagues. Let us concentrate and expand our energy or more useful things and not on a bunch of directionless ladies who do not know their left from their right. Thank you very much. “