In a marriage, what works for one couple may not work for another. Mom of one and newly-married actress Kylie Padilla shared that in her relationship with husband Aljur Abrenica, she chooses to be a submissive wife.
Submission to one's husband is written in the Bible as many Christians would point out, but it has not been a popular stand in the age of women empowerment. Kylie, however, doesn’t mind at all since Aljur often encourages her to be involved in the decision-making process and to do what’s best for her career.
"I think my automatic is submissive,
Kylie explained that she doesn’t feel inferior to her husband because they are equals in every aspect and value each other’s opinions. “I feel, like, I've become 'O,
"When it comes to my career, I have the last say,” Kylie clarified. “Siyempre,
The Kapuso actress disclosed nonetheless that Aljur, who is a Kapamilya actor, doesn’t want her to transfer networks just so they can work
His respect for her individuality, and seeing how Aljur is as the head of their family are just some of the reasons why Kylie feels like she’s so much more in love with her husband now than before.
"Married or not, the person doesn't stay the same. Kasi a person is always growing” Kylie said of what excites her about being with Aljur. “I like him as a person. He’s my friend. So I discover more things about him every day. 'Tsaka he's such a good father. He's such a wonderful dad,” she added.
The two were only married last December 2018, but they’ve been together since 2011 (they were apart from March 2014 to September 2016). They welcomed their first child, son Alas Joaquin, in August 2017.
The only adjustment Kylie is still getting used to now is the fact that she’s back to work, so her time is now split between her family and her career. But Kylie sees a different perspective at a working mom’s priorities, saying she feels that her roles don’t have to have a hierarchy. When Kylie is at work, that's her priority. "Pero
She believes she can achieve work-life balance as she loves both aspects of her life. "Kinakaya! Ganun