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7 Problems Every Couple Inevitably Faces, According To Therapists

When a relationship is brand new, loving your partner comes easy. You’re still hyper curious about each other and growing as a couple every day. But eventually, you’re bound to encounter some roadblocks that will test your love. Below, marriage therapists share seven major challenges every couple faces and how to navigate them. 1. You learn your partner can’t really be your ...

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Dear Jaruma,Would You Let Your Daughter Drop Out Of School For Marriage?

“Dear Jaruma, I am in a dilemma. Years ago I adopted my late brother’s daughter and started raising her as my own. We haven’t had any issues except now she is 17 and wants to leave secondary school and marry. it all started when she met this man on facebook. he has been filling her head with stories of how ...

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Love Isn’t About Chasing Perfection, It’s About Finding Something Real

I’m tired of contemporary dating—quick, easy, convenient, swipe left, swipe right. We judge someone’s character by a picture on a four-inch screen. We jump from person to person, never satisfied. We buy into the hookup culture, thinking that people only want us for our bodies, for what we can give. So we give and give and just end up empty. ...

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6 Types Friends You Should Seriously Avoid This Year

The first quarter of the year is gone and if you don’t deliberately do things differently, it will be year-end again besides nothing to show for it. We all have goals for the year but most of the time we can’t achieve a half of it because we’ve got the wrong friends tagging along. They sap our time, effort and ...

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4 Habits of Couples That Last

In a lasting relationship, couples demonstrate their love by doing things every day to support each other.Although a loving, committed couple can make a relationship look easy, it actually takes a little bit of work. Linda and Charlie Bloom, authors of Secrets of Great Marriages, write about lasting couples that over time ‘the experience of nurturing the relationship no longer ...

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Days Of A Divorcee

I’ve been divorced for 6 years and yes, I’m still “single”. Of course I want to settle and start a new family. But, I’ve made that a bit tough for myself right now… by falling for the “wrong” person, like I always do, or I do the Hausa thing where I say “Allah has not yet ordained it for me!” ...

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Boko Haram abductions: Freed ‘bride’ tells of stigma ordeal

Zara is 17 years old and she has a terrible story. It is the story of Boko Haram and what this brutal Islamist group is doing to thousands of people in north-eastern Nigeria and surrounding countries. Zara was kidnapped by Boko Haram and then freed by the army, but now finds herself sometimes wishing she was back in the forest ...

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6 Reasons Why It’s a Terrible Idea to Date Friends

Based on Direct & Indirect Observation I’ve gathered that some ladies date the same group of guys, guys in the same social circle or clique. The irony is that these ladies who date guys in the same clique always expect a different result In terms of Relationship Progress, Engagement or Mutual Respect from guys in the clique or their peers ...

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Why I Stayed After My Husband’s Affair

My husband gave up on our marriage. Well, he didn’t exactly give up… He found someone else. So, why would I stay and fight for someone who stabbed me in the back and left me to bleed? Why would I fight to save my marriage, when the one I loved and trusted betrayed my love? I’m sure part of the ...

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Advice To The New Bride

By Aisha Yesufu I knew after my write up on advice to the groom I would not be able to escape writing one for the bride too. So here it is by demand Number one advice I have for the bride is 1.know that your wedding night is the beginning of intimacy that has to be nurtured for life. Let ...

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