Cheating in marriage has been and still being experienced in many unions. It is mostly men who cheat at a higher rate than women. In return cheating leads to break up of families. A pastor who goes by the name Peter Kathalu during a sermon in church has given the reasons why men involve themselves in cheating.
The Pastor has shared his thought and according to him, men cheat because women don't meet all their needs. The pastor has stated that most women only offer 'twa twa' which takes upto few hours but forget about the man's need for the remaining hours.[Photo|courtesy]
He has gone ahead to advice women on the areas to be improved. To him he thinks that women should adjust in areas like mental, emotional, spiritual, academic, finance and social to occupy the rest of the man's need. He wrote, "As a lady, add value to your relationship emotionally, mentally, spiritually, academically, professionally, financially, socially among others. Boost your capacity in all these areas. You'll occupy him with you."
His advice has spark mixed reactions online with women arguing that they should be left alone. A section of netizens also have adviced women to see the point in the Pastor's advice. See their reactions.[Photo|courtesy]
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