Despite critics descending on her following her recent advice to married women, Dr Charlotte Oduro, still maintains that breaking up with a man because he cheated is not the best solution to maintaining marriage.
Dr. Charlotte Osei, a counsellor who came under heavy criticisms for advising women to pamper their philandering men, says she maintains that breaking up with a man because he cheated isn’t the best solution to maintaining marriage.
In a video that went viral, the Ghanaian Counsellor, Lady Rev Dr Charlotte Oduro, during a show on Hitz FM, greatly rebuked women who are always suspicious of their men and fashion means to bust them for cheating.
“If he is cheating, let him cheat, when he finish, he’ll come … Marriage needs a lot of sacrifice, women we need to learn this. Men have ego, you can’t change it, that’s the way they are, women need to submit … let him cheat when he’s tired he’ll come,” Dr. Charlotte Oduro advised.
She stressed that there has to be another way to help men who cheat because if a lady leaves her man for a new man, ''what is the guarantee that her new man won't cheat?’’ the counsellor queried.
Despite being rhetorical, her question has generated some response from social media users after YEN.com.gh posed a question via its social media handles.
Kwesi Excellence, stated that the notable counsellor is normalising and enabling men to cheat.
Steve Adom asked his fellow men to remain faithful to their wives.
Another commentor, Frimpomaa Jennie, suggested that Dr. Charlotte is desperate for attention.
Celstine Agyare had some pepper for cheating men.
While most of the comments appeared to oppose the counsellor's stance on the solution to cheating husbands, Odo Broni, thinks the remedy applies to both men and women if people have to forgive and help their cheating partners to save their marriage.
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