So today I went online and I saw a story of a man that was getting married again after leaving his wife because she lost a boob in her fight against cancer, and on the flip side here were this two young couple, very young that had been in a relationship for five years and  who was a former model, lost her looks in a fire accident but her young lover still proposed to her…Read both stories below
Couple 1
On Saturday, August 20, a wealthy elderly real estate manager John Njuguna Ng’ang’a and his young new wife Anne Wairimu were celebrating their wedding at her Ruiru home when the man’s first wife Jane Njeri Njuguna, armed with a court injunction, stormed the scene accompanied by the Officer Commanding Ruiru Police Station. (Pictured: John at Ruiru Police Station. Inset: Jane Njeri and John during their wedding)
While the two women engaged in a scuffle, the old man was whisked off to Ruiru Police Station where he spent the night. According to Njeri, her husband opted for a second wife because one of her breasts was surgically removed due to cancer and that at one time, he even insulted her that she no longer has anything special for him.
“He has a right to marry even 10 wives, but what I want is the property I acquired with him. It is painful to see another woman enjoying my sweat after I have endured a lot of ridicule,” said Njeri
Another relative who declined to be named said, “We were shocked and ashamed when our mum revealed how Njuguna insulted her that she is useless now that she has nothing on her chest for enjoyment.”
Njeri, a mother of six, says she met Njuguna in college in Machakos and that their love blossomed in Kakamega where he was posted as a clinical officer and where she worked briefly as a nurse. The two tied the knot at a church wedding in Thika following her transfer from Kakamega.
“I decided to quit the government after we got married. We opened our own clinic to allow us to settle down and raise a family like anyone else,”
With money rolling in, the couple lived on the fast lane, raising their children and investing in plots and other businesses until misfortune struck in 2004.
“I realised I had a lump in my right breast and upon further investigation, it was confirmed that I had breast cancer,” Njeri said, adding that she opted for a mastectomy to save her life.
Njuguna was initially supportive, Njeri admitted and when he was attacked by thugs who seriously injured his limbs and left him confined to wheelchair for three years, she took care of him until he healed. Things started falling apart when in 2012, Njuguna teamed up with a close relative who works in real estate and deals in houses of high-profile figures in government and with time rose to the position of a manager of the company.
“Around 2013 and 2014, he started changing and would even step away from me whenever he received a phone call. Things moved from bad to worse when, in August 2015, he came home and found me in bed. I remember he insulted me about my body and kicked me out of the house saying his home was not a hospital ward and I ought to find one,” said Njeri.
Fearing for her life, Njeri says she left for her parents’ home where she opened a small business to sustain her life before Njuguna’s brother intervened and brought her back home.
“I returned to my matrimonial home briefly but fled when he arrived in a foul mood and attempted to attack me,” she claimed.
The couple have known each other since school and been together for over five years. They have been an incredible unit of support for each other. The happy pair loved riding bikes, surfing, running, anything outdoorsy. They adored each others’ company and were planning to get married, have children, travel the world…
But in 2011 Turia suffered burns to 65 per cent of her body, lost her fingers and thumb on her right hand and spent five months in hospital after she was trapped by a grassfire in a 100 kilometre ultra-marathon in the Kimberley.But Michael gave up his job as a cop to care for the love of his life. Turia describes Michael and her mum, Celestine, 45, as her rocks. “You are looking beautiful today Turia. What are you going to achieve today?’’ She recalled Michael saying to her, when she was in the hospital.
Michael has been Turia’s right-hand man in helping her be the girl he fell in love with. “She’s got crazy energy. She loves the outdoors, she loves the ocean like I do and we we’re constantly active together,” he said.
My question, Is your love just  physical? and what I mean by physical, is not just the looks,it includes the status, the family title, the finances… Don’t get me wrong, the physical is important but your love should transcend  just that, because the physical can be here today and gone tomorrow and would you still be true to your partner? If you are in a relationship where it is all about keeping up appearances,  his financial security is making you stay more than his personality,  her looks  are amazing but outside that, you don’t see anything  fantastic about her, she is the hottest amongst your friend’s partners and you guys have more fun outside  with friends than together,  the sex and food is mind blowing, you can hardly be yourself or be real, then do yourself right by taking a walk. Remember the greatest love stories transcends the physical.