, when men cheat on their wives, these women are told to overlook their philandering as long as these men provide for their families.
Women with cheating husbands
are also advised to fast and pray for their husbands to change, cook their favourite foods, spice things up in the bedroom, and become more submissive so that these men would stop cheating.
Some people also tell women who keep complaining about cheating husbands to stop checking their husbands phones. They are told that what they don’t know won’t hurt them.
I laugh in Aguleri dialect. This is how many women have contracted incurable sexually transmitted diseases
and HIV from their philandering husbands.
If you feel something is not right with your husband, check his phone. If you feel he’s behaving shady and making more midnight calls or chatting endlessly, check his phone. Gone are the days of what you don’t know won’t hurt you.
These days, some men will contract diseases because of how they sleep around without condoms and be treating themselves silently. They won’t tell their wives the truth and before you know it, it’s too late for their wives to do something about their health.
The annoying thing is that these same men and women who advise women to pray for cheating husbands won’t say the same thing to husbands with cheating wives.
They will tell you it is an abomination for women to cheat or claim that they must not try it because it brings bad luck for their husbands. Some people even claim that men with cheating wives get sick and die.
I have been asked by many women how to handle their cheating husbands and I really don’t know what to tell them. This is because Nigerian women don’t leave cheating men, they believe that all men cheat.
They just want you to tell them how to cope and I don’t have time for such discussions. I avoid Nigerian women and their unending marital problems before they call me a home breaker.
So, is there a perfect way to handle a cheating husband? What stops a man from cheating? How will wives know for a certain that their husbands have truly changed?