Yesterday, he shouted at the house help, and you said, “He is only a little boy.” Two days later, he shouted at her again as well as threw a plate that went into smithereens. While you didn’t like the loss, you told yourself he would change.
Ahhh now, which change are we looking at? For unless you mean degeneration, I don’t see any other. If it positive change, you must make an effort to achieve it.
I can guarantee you, unless you do something, which starts by acknowledging that children ought to be corrected and guided, 10 years down the road, he will be a detestable human being.
Nurture them into what will not make you weep tomorrow.
My ex, like every other guy I have dated before was classically handsome, and quite popular in his circles for his brilliance. He was kind, loving, caring and intentionally present during a season when I could feel myself drowning with no one to hold my hand. He was the nicest human. He took me out on nice expensive dates, bought me gifts, made me feel seen and wanted. He gave me money, just because, as Nairobians call it now, I was receiving girlfriend allowance lol. I mean, he was everything I needed in that season. At least for the time that we were together. But there was something different about him. I just couldn’t point it out.
One time we were out, at the time he was putting his finances together to start purchasing materials to build a house. He asked me what my 5-year plan was. I mean, I…