Do you know your partner’s love language?

Do you know your partner’s love language? Do you know how your partner wants to be loved? Do you care to find out what matters most to your partner? Or do you assume that your partner is like every other person you have been in a relationship with in the past?

Some Nigerian men make the mistake of thinking that every woman wants money. They will say just give her money and you can do whatever you want.

This is wrong. Some of us want you to be present. Some of us want you to be truthful. Some of us want you to be faithful. Some of us want you to stand by us as we take on the world.

Some women love it when you listen attentively as they vent their frustrations. Others love it when you do house chores without them asking you to do so. Some are moved by intelligent discussions.

Do you know your partner’s love language

I am not saying that money is not important in relationships but don’t start behaving anyhow because you think you can shut your woman up with money. You will be surprised that in the long run, she will no longer be there for you.

It is not every woman that is moved by a man’s money especially when he keeps comparing her to the women around who stomach disrespect because of some loose change.

Find out from your woman what matters most to her so that you don’t lose your relationship because you errorneously believe all women can be disrespected and lied to anyhow as long as you give them money.

While some women have shamelessly led some gullible men to believe that once you give a woman, you have her heart, these men should understand that all women are not the same.

Someone I know left a relationship because the guy she loved kept saying   he won’t love her back the way she loved him because he doesn’t have money.

He kept hammering on making more money so that he could love her back that it started affecting other areas of their relationship. She broke up with him when he wasn’t listening to her and how she wanted to be loved.

Men should find out their women’s love language so that they don’t miss gold while chasing shadows.

Kate

I am a writer, a journalist and phenomenal woman. I don't conform to societal stereotypes. I am passionate about women and the issues that plague womanhood in this part of the world. Engage and be awakened.

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