There is no doubting the fact that relationships in Ghana are not for the light-hearted. especially when one partner tends not to meet the expectations of the other individual.
After a woman leaves her man in a breakup or divorce, we tend to have cases of the man trying all his best to win back the love and trust of his woman.
In this article, YEN.com.gh explores the various stressful things men do just to find win back the love of their lives.
1. Using family to beg for a second chance
Now that the woman is away, the man tends to get no option but to suffer the boldness of winning back the heart of his woman through the negotiation of his family. His family knows him best, undoubtedly from his childhood. They could be the best arbitrators in bitter moments as a break-up.
2. Contacting a third person the lady loves and respects
When negotiations by family fail, the embattled Ghanaian man could result in him engaging the intervention of closer friend to the lady. This tactical move often happens in marital cases as well.
3. Preparing her favourite local dish
One thing we know for sure is that a good meal sometimes settles the most twisted of heartbreaks. How romantic it would be for a Ghanaian man to prepare for his soon-to-be ex, the local dish of her choice which could win back her trust.
Prayers are always the last alternative for most spiritual Ghanaian men in Ghana. When it comes to broken relationships, some Ghanaian men chose to seek the face of God for supernatural intervention especially when it comes to their relationship on the line.
But despite all these interventions, most Ghanaian men never reap the benefits of their struggle. Living in the 21st Century, it is no surprise that most broken-hearted women will put their interests and dignity first in any and every relationship.
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