– Bisi Adewale
What kind of husband are you? Are you the type that makes her to go into depression? Are you the type that bring joy to her or the type whose arrival at home do make her blood pressure to rise and skyrocket?
Let me tell you the kind of husbands available, you will be able to go state which one are you?
1.Mister Husband: He is a sperm donor, husband only by name. He is not reliable, he is not dependable. Though he is alive the wife is living like a widow. He does not care for his family, he is a run-away father. It is only erection that shows he is a man. He is lazy, stingy and wicked; he is a man without purpose, plans, vision, and goal he is not a real man.
2.Master Husband: These kind of men are uncaring, dominating, unyielding, difficult and unbending. They are too big to be influence by their wives; they are rulers not a lover. They are emperors in their empire. They live like a cattle rear not like a shepherd.
3.Megalomania Husband: Megalomania is the belief that you are extremely important or powerful and tries to control to control other people’s lives. Anybody that believes in this is known as megalomaniac. Some husbands are like this, they belief they are better, stronger, and wiser than their wives. They never belief they have anything to learn from wives. They are self involved with high level of pride, and “manly stubbornness”. He is always right, he can never be wrong. He can never say sorry to his wife. He belief he is only to mentor his wife, his slogan his “Obey before complain”.
4.Matriarchal Husband: A matriarchal is a woman especially older woman, who controls a family or a social group. A matriarchal society is a society been controlled by woman, while matriarchal husband is a husband been control by his mother or his older sister. He cannot do anything without consulting his mother, at his age he is still tie to his mother’s apron.
5.Mammy Husband: This is the kind of man that are unfaithful with her wives. They follow anything in skirt, they involve themselves in all forms of sexual immoralities. They are immoral and ungodly.
6.Monster Husband: He is a wife beater and woman abuser; he is a terrible man, rigid, hard and wicked. He is a terrorist at home, his children knows him as “OSAMA BIN DADDY”. He is a pain in the neck of his wife, terror in the life of children, he is feared by his family, his room is a ‘no go area’. It is the defense headquarter of the home, the man is the garrison commander and commander-in-chief of the family forces. To him to be difficult at home is a sign that you are in control of your house. He can’t play with his children, he can’t joke with his wife, whenever he is at home, the house will be very hot, when he travels everybody will be happy and relaxed. His arrival at home is like a terrorist attack; everybody will run for their lives, his slogan in life is “No Nonsense”. He is the worst husband anybody can have in life. He is truly a monster.
7.Minister Husband: He is a lover and friend of his wife. He is caring and tender, he is a listener and kind of all. He is not just a room mate of his wife like a master-husband or a cell mate like a monster husband. He is her soul mate to his loving wife. He can never KICK his wife, he will rather KISS. He will never EMBARRASS but EMBRACE but in private and in the public. He is a promise keeper, always sticking to his promise to ever love, cherish and be faithful to his life. He minister to his family in every way, He is the best husband any woman can have. What manner of husband are you? Hope you are not a mammy husband, mister, master, metrical or monster husband, you need to become a minister husband that is what will make you irresistible.
Bisi Adewale is a family and relationship expert. He is the president of college of marital success. He has authored more than 40 books, a renowned international conference speaker and marriage counselor, the host of T.V program called family booster, and the set man of family booster ministry.
You can get his life changing books at http://www.totalfamilyresources.com and free resources on marriage, relationship and family at http://www.bisiadewale.com.