- Counsellor Lutterodt has spoken on things that keep the bond between him and his wife
- According to him, he and his wife give each other space by supporting and allows some spaces for themselves
- He added that when the wife is going out for a party, he polishes the car tyres and puts everything in place for her
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Popular controversial Counsellor Lutterodt has spoken about how he and the wife treat each other to keep their marriage strong.
The opinionated and controversial counsellor made the statement in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on UTVGhana's official Instagram handle.
He was sharing his opinion on marriage and the roles the partners play to keep the bond.
According to Lutterodt, many people go too far in an attempt to secure their partners to themselves and prevent them from going for other people.
He said that some men go as far as following their wives to programmes such as girls' parties, old school get-togethers and the like.
"It is we the individuals in a marriage that can choose to protect our marriage," said the counsellor, adding that, "it is only foolish men who follow their wives to parties".
Counsellor Lutterodt, after saying this, took the opportunity to give real-life instances on how he treats his wife anytime she's going for a party.
The counsellor said:
"When my wife is going to an old students' reunion, I wash the car, polish the car tyre and fill the tank, making everything exquisitely clear."
In another love and marriage-related report, pictures of a newly-wedded couple on a construction project together have surfaced on social media.
YEN.com.gh gathers from social media handles that the beautiful couple was building their dream home after their wedding. In the photos, the lady was captured as she got her hands on the job, using the shovel to help in the construction.
The loving couple also took selfies together as they appeared to be enjoying the beautiful and inspirational moment. It is thought that several newly-wedded couples are able to willingly help each other on their projects.
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