EP 34 - Saying "I Love You"
Growing up, I rarely heard my parents say the words ‘I love you’ to themselves. I knew they loved each other, I saw it in their interactions and the respect they had for each other. However, they would hardly ever say those 3 words.
Over the years, I got very curious so I put out a question on social media “Did you or have you ever heard your parents say I LOVE YOU to each other?” and from the responses, I realized that it wasn’t just my parents but the parents of very many Africans. Could it be a thing of their generation? Or could it have to do with culture?
Join me on this episode, as I speak about what I have learnt about Africans and saying the words ‘I Love You”
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