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Spousal migration can crush relationships

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Spousal migration has been identified as a significant threat to marriages by the chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International, Apostle Samuel Amponsah Frimpong. According to him, the act of one partner leaving for a better opportunity in a different location can lead to challenges and temptations that may put the marriage at risk.

In a review of the book titled “I am Married but I am Single, the Other Side of Spousal Migration” by Emmanuel Idan & Gina Idan, Apostle Frimpong emphasized that the absence of one partner goes against the purpose of marriage as an institution ordained by God. He highlighted that spousal migration not only separates partners but also has a negative impact on their dependents, especially children.

He cautioned that the absence of one partner can create opportunities for Satan to interfere and cause havoc in the marriage. Apostle Frimpong stressed the importance of couples discussing the implications of spousal migration before making any decisions that could potentially strain their relationship.

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Emmanuel Idan, a co-author of the book, explained that one of the main themes addressed in the book is the prolonged distant relationship with limited certainty of physical reunion and its impact on the spouse left behind. The book also delves into the challenges faced by married couples due to spousal absence and draws from the authors’ personal experience of staying apart for nearly seven years.

Among the topics discussed in the book are spousal migration and Economic Empowerment, diaspora life, and the impact of years of sex starvation on relationships. The authors aim to shed light on God’s intended plan for marriage, when to consider ending a relationship, and important factors to consider before accepting proposals from partners living abroad.

Notable figures like Joyce Rosalind Aryee, the executive director of Salt and Light Ministries, have reviewed the book, which provides valuable insights into the complexities of spousal migration and its effects on marital relationships.

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Dickson Ofori Siaw
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Dickson Ofori Siaw is an experienced Ghanaian journalist who has worked with credible news outlets, including Ghanafuo.com where he serves as the Head of Content and Editor-at-Large. He also serves as the Editor at iGhanaian.com
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