Have you ever doubted how the presence of a woman can affect a man's life positively? A woman is the man's reflection but all the same she is important for a man in a number of ways. This article shows how. Read on to find out.
Before I go to these ways, I would like to share with you a short anecdote. A millionaire was once asked how he made it. He simple said: Forget all the hot girls out there. Just focus on one woman. She will help you achieve everything.
Now here are all the ways a woman becomes a vital person for a man:
First of all women are not wise to pretend that they are equal to men. In fact, they are far superior and always have been. Whatever a man gives a woman, she will make greater.
1) Give her a house: She will keep it warm in winter and cool in summer. She will, in fact, give you a comfortable home. She will keep it immaculate and spick and span. The man will always be happy to come back to a cozy home.
2) Give her sperm: She will bear all the torment and burdens of carrying a baby in her womb for nine months and then birth a child who the man will love and adore.
3) Give her groceries: She will cut all the vegetables and other required items and go the extra mile to make a delicious meal. Would not the man be grateful to have a spouse who is happy to cook meals for him if he only buys her groceries?
4) Give her a smile: It will warm and melt her heart and she will give her heart to him willingly. She will further give you all the listening ear and make you happy.
As you can see she multiplies and enlarges what is given to her.
So mind you, if you give her any crap, do not be surprised to get a ton of blah blah !!
Furthermore, if you allow her to work on a job she loves, she will bring in the extra cash enthusiastically for running the family.
In all ways, she is a plus for you. So remember to treat her well and say thank God for having such a great spouse.
All women spouses are special. That is the bottom line. Men should accept it joyously and appreciate them from their hearts' content.
Source by Rosina S Khan