“As a man, it’s okay to let a woman go if you can’t give her what she wants” – Man says as he narrates love story that turned sour

Young man narrates personal experience on how he found out that love is not enough reason to dance to the demands of a prospective spouse.

This comes following the sought for advice from a 22-year-old lady who was the with the decision to choose between a fully funded Masters program or stay with her boyfriend.

According to the narration of the young man identified as @DavidHundeyin on Twitter, once had a beautiful love life with a lady who distracted him from chasing his career.

“11 years ago in 2011, I got a woman pregnant. We met at Hull Uni during my final year, and it was what you might call a whirlwind romance. She was from a town in Zimbabwe called Kwekwe, and she was 2 years older than me. We were the definition of “opposites attract.” We fell in love so hard that in just 6 months from when we met in March, we took it for granted that we would get married, have 2 kids and a dog, a nice little house in Market Weighton, her dream Mini Cooper etc. Bear in mind I was a 21 Y.0 on a visa, without a job or a plan. She on the other hand, was a registered nurse with a solid income, a promising career and UK citizenship. I didn’t recognise the disparity yet because I was still being subsidised by the bank of Mom and Dad. It was all about the love – the fierce purity of the emotion.
See the thing is young men aren’t allowed to “feel” things very often, so when they do “feel” something like I did in 2011, it can possess them and make them absolutely blind to anything and everything else. So blind in fact that when the parental subsidy ended, I had no plan …”

Read full narration below …

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