Rather than being used and receiving nothing in return, women should be married to men who would care for them and provide for them. This demonstrates that males must also take on the role of ensuring that their families have access to basic necessities and comforts.
Women should recognize that any male who does not offer them things is giving them to someone else and merely utilizing them, says Blessing CEO, a relationship therapist in New York City. He continues to fuel her car, schedule her flights, and purchase airtime on her behalf, according to her.
A additional scenario was provided by Blessing CEO, who described how people use rags in their houses but find it difficult to launder them. She also encouraged women to avoid dating "little males" who may not be able to handle the responsibilities that come with adulthood.
There are many who believe that the Blessing CEO made should not make women feel sluggish in a relationship or marriage. Men who are in need of assistance can benefit from their assistance.
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