I plan on later becoming a Marriage and Family counselor so I THINK the best place to start is within my own relationship, Sometimes he is the sweetest man ever, and I adore spending time with him, then at times its like he's sitting on a throne and I am catering more to his needs than he is to mines.
Sometimes I think common sense should tell a man how to act towards his woman, but then I remember we have different views, I just basically would like to know why he can't/ or won't diverge away from his traditions for just a while (relationship wise), because I consider myself to be feminist, yet I've sacrificed some of that pride and cooked a few meals, cleaned up a bit, and done so without griping or complaining, wonder if he'd do the same, You will definitely expect different things like behaviours and understanding of opinions.
my height 5'6I'm a woman with few words very simple and down to earth looking for serious relationship, im not interested in dirty talk please I'm very tall 6'1ft...
shud b working no smoker, no drinker n Am Martha from Kenya, 29 years old with a two year old daughter, am self employed and not a hyper person, am family oriented, looking for a 40 and above non African man.
God has blessed and created the most beautiful, handsome, manly men in Africa. : Even if you don’t like to cook, try and cook a few meals a week. A Nigerian man wants to be able to know that you can properly feed him.
Dealing with an African men takes lots of patience, the only reason why we, African women have an easier time handling them is only because we are surrounded by them constantly and grew up around them, I know they can be frustrating at times.
I don’t know why maybe it’s they want to have that drink as their “special drink” because it’s one of the few drinks most women wouldn’t necessarily see as their drink of choice. When you cook, you must add chicken, goat, turkey, or fish in a man’s food, if not it’s not a complete meal.
As much as they might be a pain in your butt or do things that might frustrate you, an African man has all the capability of loving and treating a woman like a queen. Square warned you in 2007 about me, well now I'm here and have no plans on leaving.
I bet everyone wants to know what I believe a Non-African woman should know before dating an African men. Okay before I begin let me just say: Am I saying all African men are the same? Here’s a list of what you can expect so you are well prepared: 1) Henny, dark liquor, Stout, or Heinkein or other heavy beers are their drink of choice. Oyinbo/Akata: Have at least a case in your house, if your man drinks alcohol and comes to your place and sees you have some, he will be a happy man. No African man is always going to want to do take out or go to a restaurant all the time. 3) Meat and fish are your best friend: I don’t care, I have yet to meet an African man that doesn’t like meat or fish.
However, our fine brothers have started looking into other ethnicities and are beginning to date interracially (putting their chocolate cookie in sugar cookies, raisin cookies, and Macadamia cookies) and it’s okay. There are lots of handsome men out there, in different continents and countries so I’m here to give advice on some things a Non African woman should have in the back of her head when dating an African man. A Nigerian man loves with his belly amongst other things. Oyinbo/Akata: Cook your favorite meals, make sure it’s good, Nigerian men are spoiled by the sweet taste of their mother’s cooking so you are going to have to put that work in the kitchen.
Nigerian men are taught to be the head in the household, the need to take care of certain obligations for a woman comes naturally for them. An African man wants to pleasure his woman, and give her a good sexual experience; married or dating.
(Paying for the date.) They don’t like to feel belittled or not in control, and because of that some are very argumentative and aggressive to protect that Alpha male, macho man persona. I don’t know what it’s like in the open public between you and your African man but I can almost guarantee it’s great behind closed doors, when you guys are… Nigerian men consider themselves great lovers, if only that were true but even though this might not be exactly true for all Nigerian men, they at least try and put that work in, if you know what I mean.---The reasons behind which I'm opening this topic is, because I'm currently in college and dating a Nigerian man (Yoruba) for the first time.