Joyce Dzidzor Mensah has made an impassioned plea to Ghanaians to accept her for who she is and stop judging her so much for every single thing she does.
According to her, we should learn to love one another and stop the constant, incessant judgement of everything other people do.
Dzidzor made her plea during her live chat with GhanaCelebrities.Com’s Founding Editor Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri on Friday.
The former HIV/AIDS ambassador revealed a lot about herself in the chat, particularly surrounding her mental health issues which motivates a lot of what she does.
Dzidzor said she’s very lonely due to how Ghanaians treat her and sometimes it makes her contemplate suicide, all of which can be avoided if people just show her love.
“We should stop judging people and learn to love people because without love we cannot survive,” she said.
“Learn to love each other because life is too short. Stop judging people because the one you’re judging, you don’t even know what they’re going through, you don’t know what drives what they do.”
Dzidzor sadly added: “Love is the only thing, money is nothing. All I need is acceptance.”