A woman’s letter to African husbands
If she’s upset and yelling at you with tears in her eyes that shows how much hurt and pain she feels deep inside her heart. Just come closer to her and grasp her hand; don’t explain or talk since that’ll only enrage her; just embrace her, hold her tight.
Allow her to feel the strong pressure of your body before kissing her on the forehead and neck. Allow her to hear your heartbeat, then look her in the eyes and wipe away her tears, saying, “Baby, I’m so sorry, I never meant to make you upset or break your heart.”
Just shut her up with a deep sweet kiss the moment she opens her mouth and attempts to react, then say in her ears, I LOVE YOU!
CASTAWAY your pride and African mindset; apologize and go on to the next level of your marriage; it won’t change or diminish your height, colour, or identity. It won’t make her see you as less a man either.
Demonstrate to her what Christ meant in Ephesians 5:25-28. But if you’re not ready for it, brace yourself for she’ll make your life a living hell, crushed down, shaken together, and run over. In your lifetime, she will turn your house/home into a cemetery.
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