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Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by bernice2020(f): 2:28pm On Oct 02, 2018
Bringing a child to the world is viewed by many differently. Some men believe hard work in terms of sexual satisfaction birth a child, some think there is no effort needed at all. Whichever side of the divide you belong, the issue goes beyond that. After 5 or 10 minutes “pleasure” God in His infinite mercy approves a child or children are birthed.
Only a woman who has birthed a child can explain the process from conception to delivery. I am persuaded that the experience differs from one woman to another. What seems to be common is the pain at the time of delivery. A woman once told me it is like being caught between Heaven and Earth. I wonder what that means! Another told me is like a brief period of pain and then a great relief afterwards. Some say the pain is unbearable and I hear some women curse their husband during child birth claiming that they are the cause of their pains.
A woman once told me of how some nurses make jest of them at child birth saying ‘’ wen you dey do the tin , ede sweet you shei? Meaning when you were having sex were you not enjoying it? Why are you complaining of the pain at delivery now?
Some women, am aware give up in the process of child birth while some loose the child. Sometimes a deformed child is birthed all adding to the pain and sorrow some family share. Before I forget, some women undergo caesarian session, and some opt for it to avoid the pain of child birth. Hummm, all seems scary! But the underlying factor is the risk.

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Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by jaszplus12(m): 4:43pm On Oct 02, 2018
there's a time for enjoyment... there's a time to also bear the pains! all associated with bearing offspring!
so if I can "go there" to enjoy...I can and have been there to see and share her pain!
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by okwabayi(m): 12:11am On Oct 03, 2018
I highly doubt I can. I believe if I see it happen it will destroy the fun of entering-the-place.
I'm sure I can watch her deliver the child but having a front row seat of seeing the baby coming out of her pleasure-hole will scar me for life and eventually break down our marriage.
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by frozen70(f): 1:58am On Oct 03, 2018
It will be a very good first hand experience if men comes into the labour room and witness what women go through

From conception to delivery for a woman, is a different experience entirely, every child's pregnancy will give you a different experience

Most men that are privileged to witness it end up appreciating and handling their wives with love and care after seeing what she passed through

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Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by Chubhie: 6:41pm On Oct 03, 2018
You don't necessarily have to be in the delivery room to get your epiphany and see that a woman is both the moon and the earth. She's a walking universe on her own. The awakened divine feminine and not the sleeping "feminist"

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Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by ahnie(f): 7:50pm On Oct 03, 2018
okwabayi:
I highly doubt I can. I believe if I see it happen it will destroy the fun of entering-the-place.
I'm sure I can watch her deliver the child but having a front row seat of seeing the baby coming out of her pleasure-hole will scar me for life and eventually break down our marriage.

Are you for real! shocked
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by gaby(m): 8:51pm On Oct 03, 2018
Won't be a biggie to me..will stand it wella..
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by okwabayi(m): 12:29am On Oct 04, 2018
ahnie:


Are you for real! shocked
No. I'm for fake.
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by Elder0001(m): 9:20am On Oct 04, 2018
Chubhie:
You don't necessarily have to be in the delivery room to get your epiphany and see that a woman is both the moon and the earth. She's a walking universe on her own. The awakened divine feminine and not the sleeping "feminist"

Weytin concern feminist for this thread?
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by Uwaomaokey(m): 9:28am On Oct 04, 2018
I look forward to that. cool
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by Biglittlelois(f): 4:31pm On Oct 04, 2018
See them above, when they see her screeming in pain, they will run like hell cheesy
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by Exponental(m): 5:24pm On Oct 04, 2018
Maybe..... I see it as a prayer time though.
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by Zzyzxt(m): 5:27pm On Oct 04, 2018
I don't think I can bear the emotion seeing my wife go through so much pain... It might affect the doctors and nurse. I rather not see.

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Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by YOUNGELDER1(m): 4:44pm On Oct 05, 2018
Would love too but I don’t think I can
Re: Can You Watch Your Wife Deliver? by Tyche(m): 4:15pm On Oct 06, 2018
I did and almost lost my sanity till the cry of the little man restored me. The despair turned to excitement and I couldn't even sleep for days on end.

Will I do it again? Capital no

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