A few days ago Diana Marua revealed that she walked out on her husband Bahati a few months after their daughter was born; this was aired during their reality show being Bahati leaving many shocked.
According to Marua, Baha was apparently never home to help her out with their baby. Being a first time mum, this proved to be quite a challenge especially since she felt that their was no physical not emotional support.
Well, there are mums who totally agreed with her while others were quick to point figures. Some went on to tell her off for acting like a ‘softie’ however Diana was not planning to let this go.
Diana Marua responds
In a well detailed post, Marua was quick to correct those giving her advices on how to live her marriage.
She went on to write saying;
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Okaaaayyy!!!! So kidogo kidogo , pale Youtube people want me to live their marriage experiences? ??? Once you get a baby, esp the first one, its a whole different experience all together and the least your partner can do is support you emotionally. Some women out here even men suffer from postpartum depression the first few months. And before you know it, you get emotionally drained and some even lock themselves up and cry their heart out. Theres a lot that happens from not getting enough milk supply for your baby and shes crying all the time coz she's not well fed, not getting enough sleep (you're literally a walking zombie), trying to figure out why your baby is being fussy even after having fed her and changed her diaper. There's a shift between who you were before baby and now all this and more when baby gets here. This are things very few women will talk about. No one has it all figured out and if you don't have someone to keep reminding you that it's a temporary phase and it gets easier and better by the day, I swear you'll loose it. So this is where I was coming from… it wasn't easy for us especially the first three months. So, it's okay for some of you to not fully understand this. Who said that I should calm down and act up ati when he cheats or doesn't provide? Basi people out here are suffering on the inside ?? with that said, I understand my man is very hardworking and we've never lacked and I appreciate him more for that however, I believe one has to find the perfect balance between his career and family. For me, the best gift a man could ever give his woman is his time, attention and love. That's my typical kind of world. So how you understand or don't understand my perspective, is up to you. PS: If you are a new mom and going through this and more…. it's a phase!!! Everyday it gets easier and better… you embrace the challenges. #BeingBahati @BeingBahatiReality ?
Do you agree?