How to get him to act right

All Woman

Many women are desperate for the formula to get their men in order, and as such, we sought the help of a few sages to share their success stories.

Barbara:

My man used to be out all night, drinking and partying like he was 18 years old. I decided that enough was enough and I gave him an ultimatum. It did nothing. Then I went silent and started ignoring him – and I mean total neglect. He then started to act right. Sometimes all a women need to do is leave the men to time.

Toni-Anne:

My man lied to me when he wanted to go out. He was always going to his “mother's”, until I gave him a dose of his own medicine. He came home late one night and I was nowhere to be found. I told him I went by my mother's and that opened his eyes. He was really upset at my sudden decision to go by my mother's, and he even thought I went to some other man's house. That was when he began to understand how I felt.

Cindie:

You get your man in order when you do the same things back to him, and I mean the same things. Men play too much, so play their games and see the results.

DC:

I simply moved out after his cheating and he saw a side of me he never knew existed.

PF:

Never drop your standards to please any man. Be true to you and he will see you and your worth.

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