Is It Advisable To Borrow Money To Do Wedding?
I was recently listening to a radio programme. A show’s host discusses an issue with one of his clients who is undergoing therapy as a result of what he is going through right now.
In order to shed more light on the situation, the presenter informed his audience that the man is suffering from depression. According to him, the man told him that every time he looked at his wife and a newborn baby, he saw death. What is causing the man’s depression?
We heard that when the man wanted to marry, he took out a loan for seven million naira just to do his wedding, as advised by his mother. His mother insisted that because he was the only son, he had a lavish wedding.
What perplexed the guy was that when he looked around the hall on the wedding day, which was packed to the brim, he didn’t recognize many of the guests.
After a few months, his creditors are breathing down his neck, and due to financial constraints, he has not been able to offset a significant portion of the loan.
His inability to liquidate his loan has caused him a great deal of concern, which has led to his depression.
If you propose to her and she says yes, there’s still your dream wedding to plan before you start living your happily-ever-after story. The big wedding is colourful and exciting, but it can also be extremely expensive. Your savings may have been pooled with your partner, but the money might not be enough to execute the wedding.
What do you do in such a situation? Let’s hear your opinion.
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