Juliet Ibrahim, a Ghanaian actress and activist, has firmly opposed encouraging women to stay with unfaithful boyfriends.
She recently shared her firm stance that women should have the freedom to make their own decisions and not be forced to stay in miserable marriages for the sake of financial gain in an interview with Saturday Beats.
The remarks made by Miss Ibrahim follow several public discussions and arguments concerning relationship dynamics and women’s roles in handling unfaithful spouses.
The actress asserted that endorsing the notion of remaining with unfaithful partners sends the incorrect message and feeds a destructive cycle of emotional suffering.
She promoted a more empowered and self-respecting approach for women, pushing them to put their happiness and well-being above everything else as a victim of domestic abuse and a divorcee.
She believed that women shouldn’t feel compelled to put up with rudeness and treachery in the name of love or cultural standards.
She gave women the confidence to speak up for themselves, establish boundaries, and look for happier, better relationships.