Advice to all the emancipated married women

Saw this somewhere on facebook and I decided to share it. I agree with some but not all. What are your thoughts?
good-african-wife
THIS FOR THE LADIES
1. The wife that wins all arguments with her
husband is not wise. The home is not a law court.
2. The wife that uses sex as a weapon in the
home – placing embargo, going to bed in jeans
shorts and trousers – lacks wisdom.
3. The wife that uses the modern trends and laws
of “women’s rights” to insult or ridicule her
husband simply makes a fool of herself.
4. A woman that makes her home devoid of peace
through bickering, nagging and quarrels needs
help. A man should be eager to run away from
office to be at home, for that should be the safest
and coziest place on earth for him.
5. Modern-day equality in marriage does not
mean competition. It simply means partnership.
Taking advantage of such equality to turn around
and become the de facto head of the home and
oppress the man is tantamount to playing with
fire. If you destroy your home, soon you will be
the boss of an empty home.
6. A wise wife makes the man feel so good that

he assumes that he is the head. Once he gets that
feeling, the woman gently wields her power and
the head actually turns to wherever the neck
wants without a protest.
7. A wife that does not pull herself away from
friends’ influence and advice or even from the
control of her mother and father will have herself
to blame.
8. When a man is looking for a wife, he bypasses
women of different shapes and sizes to choose a
wife. But soon after childbirth, many women hide
under the excuse of childbirth to let go of
themselves. Many stop bothering about their
looks, shape, dressing, etc. Within 5 years of
marriage, people start wondering if the wife is the
man’s aunt, even though she is 7 years younger.
Her defence is that if he truly loves her, he should
love her the way she is. But when looking for a
wife, he saw people like the present YOU and
ignored them and settled for the former YOU.
Today, you go to bed smelling of onions and ogiri.
You go to bed wearing grandmothers’ clothes.
Why are you playing with your marriage? Love is
not about looks – we know

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