Popular content creator Murugi Munyi, celebrated her 33rd birthday recently. However, her husband, who recently moved abroad, was not able to join her on this special day. The absence of her beloved husband has left her feeling distraught and lonely, and she has been missing him terribly.
While playing some music, Murugi reminisced about their wedding day and the song that played as their bridal party walked down the aisle. Her wedding anniversary is coming up next Saturday, and she will be celebrating it without her husband.
"Got in the car and and this is he first song that came on, the song that was playing as our bridal party walked down the aisle at our wedding...its our anniversary next Saturday,” she wrote.
As someone who has always been open about her marriage and inspiring her fans with her relationship dynamics, Murugi now feels unable to provide guidance and inspiration to others who may be struggling with their own long-distance relationships.
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She shared on her Instagram stories that she cannot offer encouragement to those seeking advice on managing long-distance relationships because she herself is feeling discouraged.
"If you are in a long distance marriage or relationship, and you perhaps have heard that I am in one as well, and you've come to my page for tips, for encouragement, I would like to encourage you to look elsewhere,” she added.
Murugi acknowledged that people keep telling her it gets easier, but she hasn't reached that stage yet. She feels like she misses her husband more with each passing day and cannot carry the burden of providing guidance and encouragement to others while she needs it herself.
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She urged her followers to seek advice from other sources and acknowledged that she needs encouragement and support to manage her own long-distance marriage.
"I guess I haven't reached that stage to say wow its easier, its not. Everyday I feel like with every passing day I feel like I miss him more, with every passing day I feel like I feel his absence more, so I am not carrying that burden, I can't, I need the encouragement myself,” wrote Murugi.