Thursday, 18 October 2012

How To Please An African Man...

 African  men are unique from men from other continents some say. well below are some things I found out an African man loves:

relationship.jpeg#1 Praise him in front of others. When the woman in his life shows her appreciation for him in front of others, he'll be grateful and glad to have someone who supports him and stands by him.

#2 Make him feel secure. While men may have epic egos, they're also extremely fragile when it comes to the matters of the heart. They feel threatened easily, and go into an insecure shell. Avoid making him feel insecure in the right way and he'll love you more.

#3 Take the lead in bed. Experiment. Be willing to try new things with your partner. One of the biggest reasons why couples start getting bored in bed is because of the monotony and boredom of repetition. Keep things sexy and he'll always be awed by you. Motivate him in his endeavors. You can pick flaws in your man and his ideas, but don't oppose it without rational judgment. Bring out the best in your man and help him *achieve his destiny* by motivating him and complimenting his achievements.

#5 Surprise him by buying something he really likes. Did you find something your man will really appreciate when you were out shopping alone? Pick it up for him. Surprise him now and then with little, thoughtful gifts and he'll think he's the luckiest guy in the world.

#6 Be a great cook. Food truly is the best way to a man's heart. He may say he doesn't care if you don't know to cook, but try cooking him a fabulous dish and he'll experience a gastronomical orgasm!

#7 Make him feel lucky to have you. Be a charmer and a graceful woman who's the cynosure of everyone's attention. Awe others wherever you are, and he'll truly thank the one above to be with a woman who can take the air out of any room she walks into!

#8 Special gestures out of the blue. If you want to know how to make a man happy, the secret lies in not making special gestures a routine, but by being extra nice now and then. Men have a tendency of taking things for granted, so don't turn your gestures into routine.

#9 Don't forget your inner child. As you grow older, don't forget the inner, happy fun child within you. Most women take on the role of a mother and forget to behave like a child now and then. Instead of feeling jealous or annoyed when your man acts like a child, join him and have fun!

#10 Make him think you need him. Men are the instinctive protectors. Make him feel like a man by making him believe you're dependent on him. When he truly believes you need him, he'll cling to you because it makes him feel good inside.

If you have other things you think an African man likes, please feel free to share.. *wink*


  1. lara,i agree with u.just one question,how do i make him understand dt i am a woman,women keep malice but men are not supposed husband is fond of keeping malice whenever we have an arguement. he always believes dt he is right. i am tired of apologising all the time that we querell, right now we are not really in talking terms for almost 2weeks. pls advice

    1. Wow, 2 weeks is a long time for you two to be quarreling.

      Please send him a text like right now telling him you miss him. watch his response. men are ünique and understanding them lets them play into our hands. Please do it this one time please. But then when he is in a good mood sit him down and let him know how you feel. Please never let the sun go down on your anger. A lot of desperate girls are out there are looking for an opportunity to take your position please.. i wish you all the best. God bless

      you could send me an email

  2. How can I possibly get rid of my bossy self. I have recently realized that it is breaking our relationship and I can't not have things under my control.If things don't happen as planned, i freak out and loose my temper.

    1. I have the same problem, I'm still trying to control myself. But thankfuly, he is supportive, it takes two.