I’m Scared Of Marriage Because Of The Married Women I Dated — Nigerian Laments, Seeks For Advice
The first married woman I dated was my classmate from senior high school. When I went to class the very first day, I sat next to her and got her name as Virginia. One beautiful girl. I got connected to her instantly. That day we went for a break together. When it was time for dining, I went with her and sat at the same table with her. The idea was to build a friendship with her first and later propose. But just when I was laying the foundation for a later relationship, a senior walked into her life and swept her off her feet. I was devastated. I felt like crying. To make matters worse, this senior started picking on me. He would punish me for no offense. He would make me lie on the ground and step on me just because he saw me walking with Virginia, my classmate.
The second married woman was a dentist. Married for nine years with three kids. I had issues with my teeth and I went to her clinic. A clinic she owns. She checked my teeth and asked me to come back in a week’s time. I went back and she said, “You’ve done very well for coming. A lot of people come here and you ask them to come back but they don’t. All because they saw improvement after they had left.” She did something to my teeth and gave me her card. She said, “If it starts to get painful in the night, give me a call, I will show you what to do.”