You Have A Big Issue

You Have A Big Issue

"You are too fat"

"You are too slim"

"Why are your hands like this?"

"Why are your legs like this?"


Brossss!!! You have a big issue. And it's not her but you. You keep looking for her in another person. When will you work on the raw material you have and build your partner?

That other woman that you see and love her style, her clothes, her body, has she undress before you to see the folds of fatty flesh sitting on each other on her waist and stomach? Pressed down, shaken together, and running over?

The girdle will not let you see that.

Or the thick make-up that has covered the tribal marks on her cheeks?

Or the frontal that hid the partly bald head at the side of her head?

You may never know what fight your partner has engaged in that left the scars there as a reminder. But you are wanting her to stay flawless. Yet little or no contribution from you.

Even as this is more on the woman, she doesn't need your complaint or murmuring. She needs your acceptance and LOVE regardless.

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Don't be the man that overlooked the days of the growing child in her womb that expanded the stomach muscles. 

Don't forget that pregnancy will change her look and actions sometimes

Be supportive and don't see her as a bag of beans. You never can withstand the pain a woman does emotionally, physically and mentally. 

So let your words be seasoned with salt as you glitter it over her like a fish about to be grilled. Well seasoned that it may taste delicious to you the eater.

Build her and stop looking for her in another.

You are called a MAN because you can Mold her, Advance her, and Nurture her. Stop complaining and do the needful.


Anjolaoluwa Eunice

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When my pen bleeds, expressions are kept close to my heart, and as it bleeds the words from deep within through my writings, I discover I have created art. I display a piece of my soul. This is my work, my blood, and it should be an object of pride, no matter how much it is criticized or praised.