No matter how rich your husband is, you need to make your own money
No matter how rich your husband is, if you don’t empower yourself you are on a long thing.
Things years of being redundant did to me, I don’t wish it on anyone.
I didn’t have 50 naira to my name, yet I drove big cars, wore nice clothes, and travelled to wherever I liked.
I know you will ask why didn’t you do something with the money?
That’s why they say HIS money is not MY money neither is it OUR money.
Your money is yours, you can access it whenever you like and do whatever you want with it.
Is it not money you have access to that you invest?
That is how they camouflage abuse for you in the name of comfort, before you know it all your hair is grey and you have no achievements to your credit.
Looks they say is very deceptive, you see your fellow women changing cars, buying Brazilian hair, wearing clothes that are in vogue and you so wish to meet up to their standard yet you don’t move a limb, you are on a long thing.
What if that rich man drops dead today? What becomes of you? What becomes of your innocent kids? After the whole na my brother property, she killed her husband wahala, how do you intend to carry on with your life?
Be empowered, stand up for yourself, be your own boss, no man will maltreat you when you bring productivity, support to the table (except those ones that the devil have kidnapped their destiny).
May common sense fall on those ones. The reason most women endure abuse is because they are financially handicapped.
Woman, you need your own money no matter how rich your husband is. Your money and financial empowerment is your power. Don’t trade it for staying idle.
This was a Facebook post written by Oluwaseun Sabigurl