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Would You Marry A Workaholic?

can't say i would marry slowie either, but i think with my deep lust for work, i might as well prefer a lady who loves life a little bit more, else life would just be online,

perhaps i am just here looking for some encouragement!

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I can most definitely marry a workaholic, my father is a hard worker, so I detest lazy men. Too much of everything is bad though, hubby would have to balance work and spending time with the family. It's quite appalling to see Naija men like odiaro wanting to date women for their money, what a turn off.

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No qualms. As long as i can see the after effect of being a workaholic which should be plenty money and a comfortable life style.

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Before now I'll say no but now don't hv a choice cos my husband does nothing but work. 8am-9pm Mondays - Sundays. Infact I need an advice cos I'm getting tired of the whole thing.

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It's about choice and love for each other provided it doesn't interfere with my family's goal.

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AM involved with one.i can tell you it is not easy.We spend little time together just some hrs.He tries to create some time to spend with me after work.Just for 2hrs also.And atimes in a week or 2 ,we may not see each other.Atimes to talk n fone is wahala cos he is always jumping from one meeting to another so fone is always switched off.Atimes,i will hv to leave text so he calls after he switches on and sees my text that he will call back.

I wont lie abt it,i love him so much and i think i can cope with him so far i know he will always come back home when we finally get married.

Like someone said,it is even difficult for him to chase after girls cos after work he is always tired.So dont not always bother myself abt that.

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Who's the punk who just stuck his picture up there? This is no facebook ooh

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i've been living wit them all my life, my dad, big sis. and we get along pretty well though they drive me crazy and sometimes make me feel lazy and inaduquate. i guess i can marry a workaholic.

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Ape ma lu khia? Moó.

1: You pray to have a Man who fears God, Has a "Comfortable" Job and "Financial Security"

2: You also do not want him to be ugly or short but just alright physically and of "Okay Height"

When the Man accepts to work for the family to make sure you do not suffer, you complain that he does not have time for you or the kids anymore.

Heads up. this is Naija. if your husband stays at home 50% of the time and is not the son or relative of a senator or governor, then you are headed for a lot of broke days ahead. and you know how women are when they are going thru broke days,

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Been there done that will never do it again,  no workaholic for me!

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It's not bad but as a guy why should I marry a lady that is a workaholic? That will be detrimental to the lives of my kids.

but as for ladies nowadays, most of them don't give a danm if you're a workaholic or not as long as the cash flows in.

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I am married to one but i can tell you from experience it is not exactly exciting but it gives you a deep sense of peace cause you know your man is not out there chasing skirts.

I have come to the conclusion that men either chase work or skirt, and i prefer the former

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Personally I consider myself, a workaholic. I would be getting married soon and, hope to continue working to the maximum in other to fully provide for my family (future wife and kids) as well as, to continue assisting my extended family where necessary. My girlfriend (future wife) will cut down from full-time to part-time when the kids start coming, as we've planned it.

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i think its much better to marry a workaholic than marry a sloth! whatdaya think?

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I'd marry a moneyaholic instead but really workaholics are something else.

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