Lead us not into temptation…

By Miss Kes

Friday, February 23, 2018

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How secure are you about your man when he gets around other beautiful women? Are you sure he won't take the bait? Do you think that your partner is able to resist sexual temptation?

Here's what women had to say:


I trust my man 100 per cent, so I am not about to make my relationship and my life miserable by searching for clues and playing cop. Sorry, but I prefer to trust him until something pops up in my face, and I am not waiting for anything to pop up. I am confident about it because life is short and women need to stop the foolishness and enjoy their lives.


I trust my man, but I'm not sure if I would around certain women especially the thick ones because I know he loves that. So yes I trust him, but still I am a little wary when he goes around attractive women.


I don't trust my man although I love him and we have three kids and are engaged to be married. We have a history of 11 years together, but I just don't trust any man because they are weak, especially when it comes to sexual temptation.


No, I don't trust my man to that extent, sorry. He has cheated more than once and even though he is now in the church, I still have my doubts. I cannot swear for him like that at all.


I trust my husband so I don't have insecurities about how he lives when I am not around. It is less stressful not having to sit and wonder.


I don't trust men, period! They will look like angels and actually be demons. I won't swear for any man.

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