- A relationship coach named Benjamin Zulu said women younger than 25 are not yet mature enough to handle a serious relationship
- Zulu said dating under 25 women brings chaos and mayhem because their brains are still immature
- He warned that premature marriages have the risk of joining incompatible partners because they are rushed
Relationship coach Benjamin Zulu has advised men to avoid dating women who are younger than 25 years old.
Zulu said women younger than 25 are not yet matured and are in the exploration stage of their lives and as such, they cannot commit to a serious romantic relationship.
Speaking on NTV's Wicked Edition, the psychotherapist said dating such women brings chaos and mayhem because their brains are yet to mature and stabilise enough to accommodate a serious affair.
"Most women become themselves when they are 26 years and above. Before then, you do not know who you are dealing with. When she is 24, 23, she is just a girl," the coach said.
Zulu also warned premature marriages had the risk of joining incompatible partners because they are rushed.
In related news form Briefly.co.za, a married man with the handle @DrJoeAbah recently headed to Twitter to help make married life easier by sharing a thread of tips on what makes a happy home.
While the advice (in the eyes of a woman) seemed pretty reasonable, since the man was basically encouraging men to be more helpful around the house and not too friendly around her homegirls, etc, most men did not think it was fair.
Many of them headed to the comment section to protest about some of the tips @DrJoeAbah was offering for a better marriage. Many of them even compared married life to prison life. Read a few of their comments below:
"I was a slave in my mother's house, I won't be a slave in my house. We go 50/50, if that's not enough I will pass."
"That's like living in prison, I can't live a life of pleasing someone every day."
"Nah, I will pass, now I know why most men die young of stroke high blood [pressure] and all those chronic diseases. To put up with all the above and still be happy."
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