actor and media personality from Nigeria Many people admire Nancy Isime since she is well-known in the field. During her interview with Media Room Hub, Nancy Isime was questioned on two crucial subjects, and, well, the response she provided the reporter with was not what anyone had anticipated. Here are the questions and what Nancy had to say.
“Would you advise your married friend to stay in their marriage if her husband is a cheat?”
People should make the decisions that are best for them, not mine. I’m at a loss for what to do till I’m in their position. I can’t say right now since I’m not. However, I don’t really give counsel; people should do what is best for them. They still act in their own best interests, notwithstanding your counsel. I don’t, actually. Unless you ask me for advise, in which case I’ll provide it if I’m in the mood and if it’s the proper advice for you. If not, then I don’t think it’s my position to tell you what to do while you’re there as long as I didn’t advise you to get married, to live in the house, or to pick the man. The best person to ask is you.
“What’s your take on some women saying they are enough by themselves and don’t need men to complete them?”
People should be left alone. I believe that as humans, we must all reach a point where we just let others to act in their own best interests. It’s not a problem if it doesn’t influence you, if it doesn’t take food from your mouth, or if it doesn’t damage you. There are how many billions of us, and the bulk of us still don’t even know what we want to do with our lives. However, we are overly focused on what someone else has chosen to do in order to make them happy and allow them to sleep at night. So the bottom line is still: if someone believes doing this is best for them, let them. And you act in your own best interest. Your choice.
It’s actually for you to learn. So you can say “oh that’s not for me,” you don’t have to judge them for it and try to change their mind. You just say okay, cool. I’ll do what’s best, that’s your own cup of tea, I’ll do my own cup of tea. It shouldn’t be an issue. A woman, a man, everybody should be complete as themselves. It’s not even a feminist thing or a woman thing. Every human being I feel like should be able to complete themselves before they’re able to be there for someone else.
Because it might never happen if you wait for someone else to complete you. Additionally, there are a great deal of older individuals who have had full lives yet still feel unfinished. If you ask them, they still feel so miserable and that they still need to find a piece of themselves even after marriage and so many kids. Instead of just being unfinished people bothering other people because you believe it is their responsibility to complete you, we can have someone to complete our lives, make them more beautiful, and make us two whole, complete human beings experiencing life and raising whole, complete children.