Mind D Gap X Leke Alder says in-laws, cultural differences are major causes of divorce

The relationship expert and life coach says from his experience, in-laws form part of the major causes of divorce.

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Leke Alder says marriages are broken most times because of cultural differences, in-laws unforgiveness and lack of sex.

The seasoned relationship expert was one of the speakers at the 4th edition of Mind the Gap X on Saturday, December 10, 2016, and during one of his insightful talks mentioned a number of things that have caused many marriages to crumble both in Nigeria and abroad.

Leke Alder at Mind D Gap X Series 4th Edition play Leke Alder

According to Mr. Alder, the major causes of divorce include money issues, manipulative tendencies, selfishness, clash of cultural philosophies, emotional and physical abuse, in-laws and unforgiveness.

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For men, two problems seem to stand out from the list.

Delivering his 'Letter to Jill' lecture, Mr. Alder says "men are particularly prone to money and sex problems.

"When men don't have money, they begin to malfunction in marriage. They become irritable and extra-sensitive.

Mind D Gap X Series 4th Edition play The audience at the GLA for the Love, sex and music event on Saturday, December 10, 2016

"As per sex in marriage, the make up of [a] man is such that denial makes him prone to alternative sources of supply."

According to the author and popular consultant, that is not a justification for male indiscretions but "it's just a statement of reality."

Mr. Leke Alder spoke alongside other seasoned relationship and marriage counsellors such as Fela and Tara Durotoye, Ali Baba and Mary Akpobome, Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva and Pastor Bolaji and Omowunmi Idowu at the Love, Music and Sex event which held at Guiding Light Assembly, Park view estate, Ikoyi.

The most recent edition was the fourth, and was convened by the Pastor of Guiding Light Assembly, Wale Adefarasin alongside Lanre Olusola.