Loney wifes dating club
Most of these women are 35 and above, divorced or yet to be married, but can’t tie any man down.We sampled some of the reasons why the Kenyan man fears this woman like the plague.Men misread them Having a busy and successful career changes the way a woman acts while in love and in a relationship.Balancing work and relationships can be a real ongoing challenge.Whenever the boss lady (as she’s popularly referred to) struts her way to her air-conditioned corner office, men and women can only kula kwa macho.But unknown to them, Caroline sometimes wishes she was in their position.There may be moments when a woman can’t offer love and affection, due to the stress of work.If a man can’t see the kinder and gentler side of you, he may misread the woman you truly are, one who’s also about love and intimacy.
That, will intimidate even the loudest braggart amongst men.
They have no time for small gossip and care less if the government compensates freedom fighters or lob teargas at protestors in the CBD.
They mostly hang out in groups of fours and on weekends, will be busy playing golf as they drown single malt whiskies and authentic cognacs.
Men want a wife not a medal If you’re a successful woman, there’s something you need to know.
Your career accomplishments aren’t all that a man is looking for, says Ken wa Iringa, a casual laborer in the city.No wonder, despite the have-it-all, easy and luxurious life aura, these high-flying women are lonely. Take Caroline Mukami* for instance, a top manager in a multi-media and telecommunications firm.