Don’t marry her because she helped you; Marriage is not compensation – Counsellor Lutterodt

Don’t marry her because she helped you; Marriage is not compensation – Counsellor Lutterodt

Don’t marry her because she helped you; Marriage is not compensation – Counsellor Lutterodt

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Counsellor Lutterodt has once again made some interesting submissions concerning the dating space. According to the relationship expert, a woman’s help is not reason enough to marry her.

Counsellor Lutterodt held a live session on his Instagram page addressing some relationship issues, including reasons not good enough when choosing a life partner.

He said, “There are women that are supposed to help us buy houses, help us build shrines, help us build churches, but they are not supposed to become wives. They are not supposed to be wives. We don’t compensate women with marriage when they help us.

“Madam, hear me if you are helping a man to build a business, and he feels so excited. And keeps saying that if not for you, the company wouldn’t grow, and I don’t know what to do for you so that God would forgive me sins. All that I need now is to marry you so that everything ends. Princess, if you help a man and he marries you, you will suffer. Let a man marry you out of his won free will. Let him marry you because he knows in his heart that you deserve to be a wife,” he continued.

Counsellor Lutterodt also pointed out that married women and mistresses are treated differently. He advised women to know this and know peace.

“Let us learn that being a baby mama has a rule. Follow the rule. I keep saying that when a woman legitimately and lawfully decides to have a child with a man whiles you are not married, I am not against you, but you need to understand the protocols that are involved in taking seed for a man that is not married to you. Because there are things that must happen to married women with children. And some things must happen to women who are just baby mamas.”

Source: 3news

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