A quick definition of vulnerability is being at risk. But is a spouse ever at risk? At risk of what? And who is mostly at risk? Don’t think of the common STIs or STDs, No! There are some realities of life that need to be unscrewed in the open broad day light. My duty, is simply to warn you.
You just need to stop wondering why that faithful girlfriend of yours, or that wife, who loves you than love itself can tell, went about kissing other gents despite having a strong feeling for you. The fact that you’ve been in a relationship for 2 years or more, doesn’t mean you should remote controlling her. Treating her like your toy, and expecting her to dance to every drum beat at your pace, doesn’t just work anymore in this age. She needs someone who will be able to understand that she is a woman, and someone who appreciates the meaning of it.
You see, just a shoulder from that stranger, when she needs you the most will surely do u a blow. The stranger might not even care whether she is taken up already, but your treatment to the woman will tell whether she can proceed to kiss the stranger or not. It’s a simple formula that strangers use on your woman, “wipe away her tears, and she’s yours.” A woman in tears because of being mistreated by her spouse is a vulnerable woman. Be careful dude.
Now there are those ladies who far much professionals than all presenters in the famous ZBS. All they know is fault finding, and cause to start a fight. Remember, ESCOM is struggling to end the blackouts, and am sure they need to find the real fault to get the problem fixed. Such women can surely be the best candidates for such a job. A husband can’t spend 30 minutes at home, and spirits are high, moods switched, and home is hell. Where do you think your husband will seek refuge? Are going to blame him for seeking happiness outside the home from that teenager? Don’t make your spouse vulnerable.
It’s much worse for men, whose brain size doesn’t correspond to their thinking capacity. Just an erection, then all the reasoning power is lost. Be mindful how you treat your spouse. Don’t make them vulnerable. The effects and outcome of their vulnerability are regrettable, you can’t run away from them, and to some extent, death is sure.