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Why Men Die Early – A Certified Nurse reveals

Women have now been advised to give their husbands peace at home and lend any supporting hand for them to be able to ease the burden of providing for the household alone.

In her Easter massage to her women, a health practitioner, who simply identified herself as a nurse, opined there are more widows than widowers.

Her message posted on the Facebook page of 1 Senator William Williams, the nurse noted that a lot of deaths of married men are stress related, “I am a Nurse and I can proudly tell you that”.

Based on her, Are you aware that a lot of wives don’t understand that their husbands are doing this much for the household before poor man is dead and gone?

“That is when the wife realizes the enormity of responsibility the husband was carrying. Wives need to understand and give their husbands peace at home.

“Are men not trying? How can an African man with all kinds of loads and responsibilities be expected to be as romantic as an American man?

“Women, please give your husbands peace at home. Encourage your husbands. Stop being sarcastic to them”, she warned.

She however counselled the woman to continually trouble her husband if she would like to join the widows club early, “note that the widows club is not funny, ask members”.

She called on wives to always help their husbands in contributing to the family, “Be a helper. Be submissive. Stop nagging. Build your home and marriage. It is not greener outside there.

“Don’t be deceived, help your husband to live longer. Avoid rushing to join the widows club.

“Men are physically stronger but die easily from too much burdens. Had I known is the saddest lexicon in human language. It is better late than sorry”, she retorted.

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