The Inherent Dangers of Having Third Parties Intrude Into the Lives and Affairs of a Married Couple.
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
1w ago
Once upon a time, there was a happily married couple, Alex and Sarah. They had built a life together, filled with love, trust, and mutually shared dreams. However, their idyllic world was soon disrupted by the intrusion of third parties. First, it was the relentless interference of Sarah's overbearing mother, who constantly criticized Alex and undermined their relationship. She would meddle in their affairs, offer unsolicited advice, and fuel Sarah's doubts about their marriage. Then, there was Alex's ambitious coworker, who seemed too eager to spend time with him outside of work. Slowly, t ..read more
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THE UNDAUNTED SPIRIT OF AN ACHIEVER...
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
2w ago
On your mark! Get set! Ready! Go! The athletes were running their marathon race and they were all determined to reach the finish line. They continued running, even when they had been overtaken, they believed there was hope for them to win, therefore they continued to run with full speed and energy. Temi was the one who represented Nigeria at the Olympic game this year. She has records of great achievements in sports. But Temi was seen among those who were behind in the marathon race and others were already ahead of them. Temi thought about all the time and efforts that she has sacrificed ..read more
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The Atkins Diet for Beginners: A Step-by-Step Guide:
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
2w ago
The Atkins diet, developed by Dr. Robert Atkins, is a low-carb, high-protein and fat eating plan that focuses on weight loss. It has gained popularity for its effectiveness and emphasis on feeling full and satisfied while eating. If you're new to the Atkins diet, here's a detailed breakdown to get you started: Understanding the Basics: Carbs are Key: The Atkins diet restricts carbohydrates, which are the body's primary source of energy. By limiting carbs, the goal is to shift your body towards burning fat for fuel, a process called ketosis. Protein and Fat are Friends: Protein and healthy ..read more
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MAJOR HEALTH BENEFITS OF THE BITTER LEAF PLANT.
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
1M ago
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Self-Care For The "W. O. M. A. N." 101
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
1M ago
Sister, please take good care of yourself!  To all of us warrior women balancing the triathlon of motherhood, careers, and domestic jungles once again I say the Lord is our strength but also remember, you didn’t say “I do” to lose very yourself in the laundry pile or the corporate ladder. The real person who dazzled your partner into commiting to marriage with you is that he loved you for *you*—not just for your potential as a supermom or as a business guru.  Yes, kids come with all their bundles of joy and truckload of responsibilities, bodies changes happen, exhaustion sets in ..read more
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THE EVERYDAY "W. O. M. A. N."
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
1M ago
Dear Woman: ● changes her name ● changes her lifestyle and sometimes identity. ● changes her home. ● leaves her family. ● moves in with you. ● builds a home with you. ● gets pregnant for you, most times more than twice and the pregnancy process changes her body forever. ● she gains weight ● almost gives up in the labour room due to the unbearable pain of childbirth. ● even the children she delivers bear your name... Till the day she dies, everything she does cooking, cleaning your house, taking care of your parents, bringing up your children, earning, advising you, ensuring you can be rel ..read more
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A Peep Leak into the Life of an African Mother Like Me ?
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
1M ago
Today I was privileged to record a short clips of how my kids and I roll everyday they come back home from school. Their dramas and tantrums and everything in between ..read more
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Young Intending Couples Must Discuss What Works Best For Them.
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
1M ago
Dear young unmarried woman. Please note that there are no norms or common practice or universally accepted way of doing marriage especially in this part of the world. Whatever traits or beliefs that you've noticed in your intended partner that doesn't sit well with you, make sure you discuss it immediately and trash it out with modalities and agreements between you both as it suits the uniqueness of your relationship. “I saw my mother be@ting my father” is not a norm! “I grew up watching my mother kneeling down to serve my father” is not a norm!  “My mother was a stay-at-home mum” i ..read more
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HERE ARE SOME KITCHEN TIPS THAT MIGHT HELP YOU.
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
1M ago
HERE ARE SOME KITCHEN TIPS THAT MIGHT HELP YOU.  I guess you never know most of them ? (1) If you don't want your seasoning cubes to get soft and start bringing out water....add garri to the container where you put your seasoning cubes. It will remain strong and fresh.  (2) Don't throw away your left over pounded yam. Dry it and crush it. After its dried then use it to eat beans....its a great taste. (3) if your pot of soup sour or changes taste. Put 2-3 pieces of charcoal in it and warm v toery well....you will recover the delicious taste again. If your shoe is smelly....add pi ..read more
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Best Marriage Advice EVER ... ✍?
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by Chiamaka Hephzibah Victoria Anietoh
8M ago
Below are evergreen 'rules of advice' on how to prayerfully work out the marriage of your dreams ??? 1. Choose to love each other, even in those moments when you struggle to like each other. Love is a commitment, not a feeling. 2. Always answer the phone when your husband/wife is calling. When possible, try to keep your phone off when you're together with your spouse. 3. Make time together a priority. Budget for a consistent date night. Time is the "currency of relationships," so consistently invest time into your marriage. 4. Surround yourself with friends who will strengthen your marr ..read more
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