Have you ever listened to any Master of ceremony crack their usual jokes at wedding receptions? It goes thus: "who should pay bills or take care of the children? Who is to pay school fees of children? Who should toil to provide for the home? The whole audience shouts. "Daddy!". Who should the child buy a car for after graduation? The women answer loudly. "Mother!" Who should be invited to America if a child is rich and works abroad? "Mother of course", roared the women in the audience. Who should die first among the parents? "Daddy!" All the women in the hall screamed. Truly, such is the fate of an African man. Are we not born losers? When a lady is single and has four problems and her fiancée has six problems, immediately they get married, the man's problems become automatically ten (10) as the man immediately starts to carry the family problems. Men are made to struggle to take care of family problems, children's education, home maintenance, and virtually all provisions of life. Due to these challenges and unending struggle, men tend to wear out faster and probably die early as a result of stress. Hence, it is important for men to ensure that they don't allow their wives to push them into unsustainable family commitments and expensive lifestyle that he knows he cannot afford or cope with in the long run. If you do, you run the risk of stress and continuous family unrest. Ensure you take right decisions at all times, do not kill yourself. If you suddenly slump and die, surprisingly, life will continue, be wise and reasonable. Most men are worn out by the time their children graduate or retiring at same period. All the struggle would have already taken serious tolls on his health and life, and dies prematurely, leaving Mama alone enjoying. Trust women, they quickly settle down while you are long gone. Be sensible, never allow your wife to goad you into embarking on long term stress and burden, you can least afford.