Nigerian Parents can make you do things you don’t want to do. They always want to have their way in your life, decisions and all if you let them.
- Parents can frustrate lives
- People can make you feel inferior
- They can brain wash
- They can make peoples live unbearable
- Adult in general here in Nigeria always look down on someone as said by thatgiftedgirl.
Hi everyone, I have really missed you all. I decided to take a break off blogging to reschedule my time and days to drop posts and also had to sort out some stuffs.
It took me a while to realise that I didn’t say hi, because I was engrossed by the topic.
Back to the topic, I am so angry about how our parents behave at times. You guys shouldn’t be surpised when you see me in skirt and blouse, gowns and all other African Attires.
My mum said I need to wear decent clothes, so as to attract the good and right guys. She complained bitterly that, I am always wearing trousers and tops or blouses that these outfits can’t attract the good and decent men. I really hope that she is right.
My mum is an Hausa, so she believes wearing all these so called decent clothing will make me look decent and presentable ( in this life, even the so called good guys and decent men don’t like you looking like their mummy).
All her friends (Hausa’s) have been complaining before, that I don’t dress decently now my mum has joined them. I just feel, I am trapped and have nothing to do than to change my dressing and outfits. I won’t change completely I’ll just have my outfits mixed up the African Attires and others.
Don’t mind The background.
Wearing all these, makes me feel uncomfortable, I feel free and comfortable in my top and trousers. I don’t understand why my mum is trying to do this to me.
Nigerian Parents always want you to feel they have the right to mingle in your life. They always claim, I am the one who gave birth to you so you must do as I say, if not God will not be happy with you and all.
I just have to obey my mum because I don’t know what else to do.