Do I know Jamaican men who have treated their women with little to no respect? They’ve sacrificed to make life better for their wives and their children.
How a man treats a woman has very little to do with his country of origin and more about how he was taught to treat women by the men and even women who raised him.
And in my short life, there are few things I’ve picked up when it comes to relationship dynamics.
So if you’re thinking about dating a Jamaican man or you just want to be entertained for the next couple of slides, let’s dive in.
And like I said, the family was close, the daughter who had just gotten married, lived next door to her mother and father.
But let’s be real, what ethnic group of men can we not say that about?
Just like anybody else there are the good and the bad. But I also know Jamaican men, both inside and outside of my family, who treat their partners like queens.
In American culture, women think their relationship has reached some type of serious plateau once their man brings her around the family. Somebody’s cousin, aunt or something is always having a party. But that doesn’t mean he’s bringing you because you’re his number one.
That might not be so much of the case when you’re dating a Jamaican man. It may just mean you were invited to that particular party.
You know what they say, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.