I've dated over 100 women in 25 years and they are a distraction, man reveals, stirs reactions

I've dated over 100 women in 25 years and they are a distraction, man reveals, stirs reactions

- A life coach, Paul Etwaroo, has generated a lot of mixed reactions on Twitter after saying women are not worth spending time on

- Paul added that in over two decades, he was in a relationship with more than 100 women, saying that personal development is prime

- The coach said he would have been a better person if he was using the time for something profitable instead of getting in and out of different relationships

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A man identified as Paul Etwaroo has shared what he thinks about relationships with women. In a Twitter post on Saturday, February 6, the man said that in the last 25 years, he has dated over 100 women

He added that when he looks back on those times, he really wishes that he had worked more on himself.

Paul said that if he had done that, he would have been more skilled, fulfilled, and richer. He added that women are a big distraction if one is yet to work on themselves.

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At the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 7,000 likes with more than 3,000 retweets. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

@FearlessJoeJoe said:

"I think the problem is you, Bud!"

@cleareyedtrvlr said:

"I wonder what they have to say about you."
I've dated over 100 women in 25 years, they are distractions, man reveals, stirs reactions
The man said he would have used all the time to work on himself. Photo source: @ActuateCoaching
Source: Twitter

@DFWorld123 said:

"His not entirely wrong, the way he articulated himself is woeful though."

@bmorelegal1 said:

"Just going to give you some wisdom that was passed along to me: if you’re saying everyone else is the problem (IE holding you back), the problem is you. Not them."

@AdrianAdagi said:

"lmao this guy waited 25 YEARS to realise this? Enyewe we are dumb creatures."

@Loalasushi said:

"Such a sad statement. Very revealing, and not in the way you probably intended."

@TheOtherRussert said:

"Not being able to hold onto a stable relationship means you probably need some life coaching."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a woman identified as Nurin Afiqah on Twitter generated reactions after she shared the letter her husband wrote her.

Afiqah said she was given the letter an hour after they officially became married. In the missive, the husband spoke about how the woman has always been a very supportive partner.

According to him, when the chips were down, the woman was a rock that kept things from going really bad.

The man added that he would have really loved to write a big book of how grateful he is to be married to her.

Source: Legit

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