It takes two to tango!
A friend that came in from the U.S had issues with his fiancée and while my attention was being called to the ‘development’, his nephew, a boy in his early 20’s, jumped into the conversation and began...
Family isn’t always blood
A lady’s message to me actually informed this title. Read her first… “Some years back, my younger brother was deported from Europe. He came back with NOTHING.
Another type of marital burden…
His message made me realise that the real marital burden is embedded in a spouse’s attitude and not necessarily in the circumstances of their lives.
There’s life without the ‘Mrs’ title - Part 2
I also promised to work my contacts in that regard.Less than one year after our meeting, we got married and he relocated to Nigeria and joined me in Abuja…my base.
The way-out is always there - Part 2
Taking the lessons from the previous discourse on this topic a bit further! .“People who nurture friendships are not completely alone in trying times.’’
It can start from you!
It was a radio programme. The discourse bordered on relationships. What intrigued me was the lady (guest) speaker.She made a lot of good points but would always end up with “women are petty.
Men are not ‘all knowing’…
A Lady’s message to me holds a doorway to the mindset of an average woman about men. But we have constantly failed to realise that men are not all-knowing.
The bane of ‘girl friendships’…
“We met at the market about two years ago and became friends.As the friendship progressed, we found out that we have a lot in common and naturally…we became closer.