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A Man Is Not Only Useful For His Financial Capability In The Family by fam24(f): 1:20pm On Jan 29, 2017
I saw this post somewhere, so I decide to write one or two things about it. #Strictly my opinion

"“Biyi has. n’t worked for that long?” Dayo’s voice drips
with resentment. “For real?” “He’s been trying,” I say in
feeble attempt to defend my husband. “You know how
the economy is.”
…My husband and I had vowed never to bring in a third
party into our relationship but with a bank account
screaming for revival, I need to share my burden with
someone else. I grip the phone….
Dayo is unusually quiet. “You still there?” I asked.
“Hello?” “I am here,” she says. “I just didn’t know things
were this bad. And all this while, I thought Biyi was
providing for the home.” But he is, I argued silently.
Well, maybe not financially for now, but in every way
else, Biyi is a rock. “It’s not that bad.” My words sound
frail. Dayo clucks her tongue. “You might as well be a
widow.”..."

Brb
Re: A Man Is Not Only Useful For His Financial Capability In The Family by fam24(f): 12:10am On Jan 30, 2017
Sorry. I've been quite busy.

The man function and responsibility in the family exceeds financial functions and guaranteed. He has a security role to play, as well a model figure to look up to in every aspects of life.

Ladies, women, mothers, I know it can be quite tasking when you are the breadwinner especially if he brings absolutely nothing to the table, but never compare yourself to a widow. That widow wish she could see someone to look up to, look out for her, and communicate with. He is more than a walking dead. As much as he is willing and not irresponsible, never give up on him.

Also, the nature or God (whichever you believe in) has a way of compensating us for been the strong pillar of the home whether male or female.

Shalom
Re: A Man Is Not Only Useful For His Financial Capability In The Family by fam24(f): 12:13am On Jan 30, 2017
fam24:
I saw this post somewhere, so I decide to write one or two things about it. #Strictly my opinion

"“Biyi has. n’t worked for that long?” Dayo’s voice drips
with resentment. “For real?” “He’s been trying,” I say in
feeble attempt to defend my husband. “You know how
the economy is.”
…My husband and I had vowed never to bring in a third
party into our relationship but with a bank account
screaming for revival, I need to share my burden with
someone else. I grip the phone….
Dayo is unusually quiet. “You still there?” I asked.
“Hello?” “I am here,” she says. “I just didn’t know things
were this bad. And all this while, I thought Biyi was
providing for the home.” But he is, I argued silently.
Well, maybe not financially for now, but in every way
else, Biyi is a rock. “It’s not that bad.” My words sound
frail. Dayo clucks her tongue. “You might as well be a
widow.”..."

Brb

http://www.coolval22.com/forums/topic/sisters-be-careful-with-so-called-friends/
Re: A Man Is Not Only Useful For His Financial Capability In The Family by CatfishBilly: 1:37pm On Mar 27, 2017
fam24:
I saw this post somewhere, so I decide to write one or two things about it. #Strictly my opinion

"“Biyi has. n’t worked for that long?” Dayo’s voice drips
with resentment. “For real?” “He’s been trying,” I say in
feeble attempt to defend my husband. “You know how
the economy is.”
…My husband and I had vowed never to bring in a third
party into our relationship but with a bank account
screaming for revival, I need to share my burden with
someone else. I grip the phone….
Dayo is unusually quiet. “You still there?” I asked.
“Hello?” “I am here,” she says. “I just didn’t know things
were this bad. And all this while, I thought Biyi was
providing for the home.” But he is, I argued silently.
Well, maybe not financially for now, but in every way
else, Biyi is a rock. “It’s not that bad.” My words sound
frail. Dayo clucks her tongue. “You might as well be a
widow.”..."


Brb
People with this kind of mentality shouldn't be allowed to get married or have children.
Rubbish

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