- A 37-year-old happy stay-at-home girlfriend, Emily de Rean revealed she quit her job to focus on her body, spend time with friends and cook
- The former financial analyst said she made the decision to quit the job after her father told her life was too short to be unhappy
- She advised women who've decided to be full-time girlfriends to be choosy when it comes to choosing life partners
Emily de Rean did what most career women wouldn't do as she has ditched her job to become a full-time girlfriend and doesn't regret it.
The 37-year-old a former financial analyst revealed she enjoys being a stay-at-home partner.
Emily reveals she was unhappy while employed
Emily, who doesn't have to wake up and go to the office like before, speaking in an interview with Southwest News, said she was unhappy while still employed.
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"You don’t have to just be a stay-at-home mom, you can aspire to be a young child-free woman and not work."
The fitness enthusiast revealed she spends most of her time with friends, cooking and taking care of her body.
"I spend my hours doing what I want and have time to look after my body, cook nice meals and spend quality time with friends."
Emily revealed she made the decision to quit the job after her father told her life was too short to be unhappy. She then got a job as a nanny but later resigned after meeting her boyfriend.
"He encouraged me to stop working and become a stay-at-home girlfriend, so I could have time to do something more productive."
Date men who can afford your lifestyles
The beautiful woman advised women who want to become stay-at-home girlfriends to choose wisely before settling down with a man, claiming some might end up disappointing you and can't afford to give you a better lifestyle.
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"You don’t know how a man is going to end up even if he has potential. You should date the finished product."
She also said it is easy to tell if a man is a provider or not.
"He should invite you to dinner, not coffee, and if he is asking to split the bill that's a red flag."
Emily concluded by saying;
"Being a stay-at-home girlfriend isn’t for everyone but if it’s what you want and need, you shouldn’t be shamed for it."
Emily hopes to become an author and is now giving advice to other women looking to leave their jobs.
Nigerian lady accuses her husband of inability to feed her
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian lady called out her husband and accused him of not being able to take good care of her.
According to the lady named Oluwatosin, her husband named Egba borrowed money to show off during their wedding ceremony.
She said the husband promised to open a tailoring shop for her, a promise he could not fulfill after their wedding