Thelma read the post, I am currently experiencing something similar. When my wife and I were dating it was fun all the way. It was not perfect but we enjoyed ourselves, including in bed.Now only one year after we got married things have changed, she now has all these inhibitions that she never used to have and those were some of the things that attracted me to her. She used to give me he*d and do other fun things, now she says it is not godly, or she is fasting and we cannot make love when she is fasting. Imagine. Please where is it in the bible that a wife should deny her husband of sex because she is fasting or praying? I am getting frustrated, although I have never cheated on her she is tempting me to do it. Nigerian women blame their husbands for cheating on them but most of them get lazy or too comfortable once they get married. I wonder why that is. Before you ask we don't have a child yet so what is her excuse?
Hmmm, I cannot answer this question, but I saw a comment on Bella Naija weeks ago which this post reminds me of. Comment below:
- "It is me ******* , sent from the future to warn present day singletons about the perils of marriage. It is not all it is cracked up to be. It is nothing like the movies; and it is certainly nothing like the wedding reception.
- – There is no sex on tap. I had more sex when I was single, and wild, and free, and I could proposition a fair maiden with a flicker of my index pinkie, or the flex on my slicker tongue. After marriage, your hand becomes your best friend, and my palms contain enough callouses from waxing my phallus. My poor phallus.
- – People (read women here, as I am a dude) change after you say “I do”. Was she naggy, confrontational, selfish and entitled? Adding Mrs to the front of her government name seems to intensify her ills. Now she has the marriage certificate and an army of in-laws as backers, to torment your life further. In some societies, you may even have to pay her a child support for the privilege.
- – I miss the days hanging out with the fellas, without a care in the world. Those days have now been replaced by morning breath, bills, changing diapers and taking out the trash."
***Oh dear. I'm out of depth here. Naija wives do you have anything to say about this? Husbands do you agree with the comment above? Any thoughts on the post above?