Controversial relationship therapist and expert, Blessing Nkiruka Okoro, better known as Blessing CEO, has advised ladies to stop pretending that they don't know what a man needs from them when they are in a relationship with him. Blessing disclosed this in a video she shared on her official Instagram account today.
According to the therapist, a lady knows when a man wants to sleep with her, she is only pretending to be naive. Blessing said the reason why a lot of women are so bitter when they are in a relationship is that they are not intentional. She advised ladies to know what they want from a man before they fall into any relationship.
Blessing added that a relationship is for mutual benefits, a lady should never go into a relationship without getting ready to bring something to the table.
"You need to be intentional, when you are going into a relationship you should go into it with your eyes open and know what you need from your partner." She added.
Watch the video here.
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