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Yes they do, and a few to some marry African African women, and at times take them back to their countries; although that's the case most marry African women from their culture, especially East African men.
The idea of marrying an American woman literally terrifies me. Even more sad is that roughly 75% of divorces are initiated by the woman over the man's objections (the remaining 25% are either mutually-agreed divorces or divorces initiated by the husband over the woman's objections; those two categories are about half and half within that remaining 25%).
Once the kids are raised, the man is of no further use and can be safely discarded. And you'll notice: whenever a divorced woman talks about her ex-husband, it's always unequivocally his fault that she decided to terminate the relationship.
Her overweening belief in her own righteousness will start to bleed-through quite clearly.
Would you ever stick your hand in a garbage disposal if there's a more than two-in-five chance that someone will suddenly hit the 'on' switch?? Just do a simple cost/benefit analysis; that's what the numbers show!
Women often plan their divorces in advance; the husband always seems to be the last to know and many men say they are stunned when the bomb suddenly drops.
and furthermore, there will be a more than chance that no matter how committed I am to the relationship, the woman will still try to bail-out on me at some point.
Between her career aspirations, her need for independence and the fact that the average female American likes to regard males as uselessly redundant anyway- there is simply no room for a stable marriage within that kind of conflicted psyche.
It's a sad fact that in America, more than 60% of marriages end in divorce.She will be able to gab on and on about whose fault it was (and it's never her).This all goes back to the whole issue of females despising accountability.Perhaps the reason why they claim men can't commit is because women find it pretty darn easy to get-out of commitments in the way that somebody might change a pair of socks? If she divorces her husband, then it was because the man was the problem and certainly not the person who actually contacted her lawyer to request divorce papers. Odds are, they lack the basic human skill of recognizing their partner's unfulfilled needs. Yes, I've suggested something along those lines many times before, but I'd always left-open the possibility that maybe by some miracle there might be some American woman out there who doesn't suck. It's a shame, because I know I'd make a great husband one day.