Sunday, 7 April 2013
How many men can stand the success of their women? Especially in a culture that seeks to exult a man at the expense of a woman. I have seen men who try to turn their women into permanent housewives simply because they can’t stand her ability to earn thinking that would challenge their authority. Insecurity is an offshoot of unhealthy self-esteem and it has its root in one’s inability to trust others or the quest to be in control of someone or something such that you ultimately lose control. It is the quest to control what is non-existent or beyond you. This usually gives rise to mentally initiated negative opinions and self generated problems which results in breach of trust jealousy and suspicion. Insecure people find it difficult to trust others and can’t share what they have with others.
I recently came across an article in the April Edition of Vanity Fair Magazine, Here are snippets from the article: The Nigerians are very flamboyant. They like lots of very bright colors, glitz and glitter. They are not shy.
Women in Uganda who go out wearing mini-skirts could face jail or a heavy fine under draconian new anti-pornography laws. The legislation would also see television dramas and films banned if it is passed by parliament.