- Counseling psychologist Benjamin Zulu told couples to avoid loaning each other money during dating phase
- He also cautioned couples against investing together and doing business together before getting married.
- This is because money is very sensitive, and it has a way of causing a rift between two people who have not yet led their union.
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Relationship coach Benjamin Zulu has asked couples to avoid investing together when dating and to give each other loans unless they’re officially married.
Zulu tells men to block women who borrow money from them
According to the advisor, when people involve conversations about money when they are dating, the focus shifts from knowing each other to serious business and difficult conversations.
“As a man, when you go out, keep your wallet out of the relationship. You can buy gifts, flowers, and surprise her, but it should be out of goodwill. Never respond to any request or her bills.” , did he declare.
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Zulu added that a woman should lead her life as she was before she met the man and if she wants money, she borrows it from her parents or her girlfriends.
“If she has constant financial demands, needs, debts, that’s a problem, and it will continue even if you get married. She is financially disorganized and living beyond her means. If a girl cannot pay. her rent, she doesn’t have a business meeting. Don’t trust others, avoid loaning you money and the next time a girl asks you for money, block her ‘ ‘, he added.
The relationship coach also advised people to avoid the temptation to put money together to start or do business together.
“Money is dirty, it can destroy the mood and raises constant questions about who spent what and on what. These discussions are sensitive,” he added.
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Relationship coach tells women not to give their husbands money
Another relationship coach identified as Okoro Blessing Nkiruka advised women not to lend money to their husbands.
According to the trainer, every time a woman lends money to a man, it only makes him more complacent to work hard and provide for the family.
However, her opinion was met with mixed reactions, as some people have said that marriage is a partnership that requires couples to support each other.
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