By Carol Kasujja Adii
Couples often call each other honey, sweetheart, hubby, daddy or mummy to express their deep affection for each other.
Speaking during the marriage counselling session entitled, To Love And To Hold Through The Years at the Vision Group Bride and Groom Expo, Miracle Centre Cathedral Rubaga senior pastor Robert Kayanja, however, strongly discouraged couples from calling each other ‘mummy’ or ‘daddy’.
“Never call your wife mummy or your husband daddy because you cannot sleep with your mummy or daddy. If you really want to call her any special name, you can call her Sugar, Lover and such things. Before you get into a relationship, you have to see the end from the beginning,” Kayanja said.
“When praying, ask God for a husband or wife and not a man or woman. When you marry a man and you get problems, he will run away from you, but a husband will stay with you through thick and thin,” he said.
Kayanja urged men not to always expect their wives to cook for them because some women are busy working outside the home.
“You need to create wealth together. If your wife is a judge or doctor, do not expect her to come back home tired to go home and cook for you. You can eat from a nearby restaurant if you cannot cook for yourself. Be an understanding husband,” he said.
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