Every lady in a romantic relationship strives to keep his man by her side.
She wants to be the one and the only, with no side chics roaming around his guy.
But many times they fail to keep these four crucial aspects that may break your marriage or lure the guy to having a 'mpango wa kando.'
Ladies respect your man. Yes, some say respect is two-way traffic but in marriage, a man deserves his respect.
He is the head of the family, therefore whether illiterate, learned, jobless, disabled just show him that he is important and above the hierarchy. Many ladies, especially those working in a bigger position than their husband, despise them, making their men seek better treatment outside marriage.
Max Muller wrote that a flower cannot blossom without sunshine and man cannot live without love.
Similarly, for two to get into marriage, love must first exist between them. It is your responsibility to maintain this love even in marriage.
Show your man how truly and dearly you love him by doing all crazy stuff that will make him happy.
Sing to him even when you have no voice to sing, dance even when you don't know any single movement, all this just because of him.3. PraiseMen have an ego.
They need frequent reassurance about themselves, their career paths, their efficacy as partners and sexual prowess. So ladies, let your praise loose. Tell your man exactly what you find attractive about him. Let him know what physical features of his are your favorites.
Tell him how attractive you find it when he says something a certain way, when he accomplishes something, or when he takes you on a date.
4. Conjugal rights.
People get married because they want to own each other. You belong to me, I belong to you.
However much you may annoy each other, never ever deny one another conjugal rights. This makes the relationship going.
Strive to make each other happy as happiness is the pillar of any relationship.
My dear ladies keep these four and you will never regret why you are in love with that guy.
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