The previous U.S. presidential lady, Michelle Obama, 56, is celebrating her wedding day with her husband Barack Obama next month. The couple has been married for 28 years.
Michelle was also excited to talk about love and relationships in her recent podcast episode. He discussed it Conan O’Brienin with. Among other things, in her podcast, Michelle was concerned about how easily young people give up today. According to Michelle, a sustainable relationship requires work.
“Young people face challenges and give up because they think nothing can be done,” Michelle said.
It has not been easy for Obama either. As early as 2018, in her biography, Michelle openly told about the ups and downs of her union.
– There have been times when I could have pushed Barack out the window. And I say this because you need to be aware that emotions can be strong. But that doesn’t have to mean giving up, he said now in his podcast.
– If I had left then, I would have longed for all the beautiful things that were in the union as well, he continued.
Michelle also likened a good marriage to a basketball team: She wants to gather good members for her own team to be encouraged and lifted, not weak links.
– And when you’re part of that team, you want to do everything you can to make it, Michelle compared.
He also published a picture of his wedding mood 28 years ago on his Instagram:
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Obam has two daughters: born in 1998 Malia and born in 2001 Natasha i.e. “Sasha”.