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Sunday, February 01, 2015

Chronicle Of Hope - 3


HOPE!
Whatever your story is that has hope attached to it,please send it in,the Chronicle of hope does not only dwell on marital stories,it covers everyday life.

Olamide's story blew me away and if you read this and going through same,please Hold On Pain Ends!






HOPE NUMBER ONE
TEARS THAT ENDED IN PRAISE.

My darling Stella nah my tory be dis ooo.
Never in my twenty something years of existence have I experienced a miracle so fast, mine happened just when I was lost, hopeless and most of all tired of life. Abeg make una no vex oo, my story long but it all ends with praise.



   I met my husband at the age of 25, young, handsome man full of prospect. I was drawn to him almost immediately, we talked about everything even gossip sef, I found a friend, father, brother and husband all in one. I was so happy the day he proposed about seven months after we met.


 We planned our wedding and everything went on well, don't get me wrong within the course of dating we had our ups and downs but it was never nothing we couldn't handle.

   A few months into our marriage I got pregnant and reality set in that marriage wasn't a bed of roses. I was acting up from pregnancy hormones, and he was acting like a typical Nigerian man (i'm sorry ooo men in the house), but make I no lie I was nagging and we were just too private we had nobody to call our attention to how much we were drifting.


We began to have arguments, shouting and fighting always, Infact peace was far from my home.

  There were days he came back late and rejected my food, some days he won't even come home, and me in my small little head kept thinking there was a side chic. To be truthful there was but it's now I realise I contributed to pushing him out from my naggings.


  Fast forward a few weeks, he just picked his bag n said he was going to work, and wasn't coming back, that morning my heart was broken, I cried out my eyes and felt the world falling all over me, I thought it was because I didn't have a job and I was a liability to him that was why he was treating me as such but then again I forgot the part where I stopped caring for him. I was so frustrated that morning I put a call through to Stella, and I can confidently say that call was the beginning of me saving my marriage.


   When I called Stella I told her I wanted her to help me get a job or she should pls post an advert of my car so I could sell it and get money for business after she heard me out she just told me straight up, Olamide you sound stubborn so your husband won't listen to you (omo nah like say she pour me cold wata, my hand just fall). 


She told me to save my marriage first before I think of getting a job, she said I should fight back for my man and be submissive, send him messages, be kind to him, show him love and most of all respect, she even offered to help me with love messages. Honestly she spoke sense into my head and made me realise where I was going wrong.


   As God will have it, I listened, turned a new leaf, sought the love of my husband, even when he wasn't home I sent messages, I didn't relent even when there was no reply, it was hard I must say but I was determined to win back my home just as I felt all wasn't working God smiled upon me.


   One night my pregnant self just couldn't sleep so I decided to go and pray in the sitting room since my husband was fast asleep in the room. I was crying and just talking to my darling God, telling him how much I wanted my marriage to work, how I wanted peace to return to my home, how I miss the love and care of my husband, how I didn't want to be a failure of a wife. I cried and prayed for awhile and felt sleep knocking but that was where my miracle happened, it was more like God answered my prayers before I was even done praying, my husband was right behind me in tears. I was shocked when I turned, that was the first time ever I saw him cry, I was confused and kept asking what was wrong, my heart was pounding and racing.
   Then he said baby i'm sorry for all I have being putting you through. My heart just froze!!!, he kept apologising for not caring all this month's, he put his head on my bump and told our unborn child how sorry he was, kissed me and hugged me so tight in tears. Made promises on how much things would change positively, how peace and love will come back to our home. We talked and cried till almost morning.
  From that night I have being treated like a queen by my husband, peace, love and happiness have returned to my home never to leave again by the special grace of God. I have being receiving treats, going shopping, going to the spa, movies and just enjoying the rest of my pregnancy with my husband. We are taking baby steps in building back our home, learning from our mistakes and i'm very sure soon we will get to where we used to be and even surpass.


Nah there I remember say make I give Stella good news ooo, I called her we spoke, she was happy for me, I just could hold back the tears, because if not for her I would have being lost, if I had spoken to friends they would have given me wrong advise. But she told me the bitter truth I had to hear to save my marriage. 

Stella God in heave will continue to bless you, you shall never lack, your home will never break, your children will find favour wherever they go.


My dear ladies out there, single and married, pls have it at the back of your mind that marriage isn't a bed of roses but with God on your side u will always survive the rainy days. I hope my story will encourage those having a tough time in their homes that nothing is impossible. 


Abeg make I go dress up commot with my le boo. Whoever said a pregnant woman can't be sexy should think again!!!!




LOL...thank God for you Olamide.So so happy your story ended in praise to the Almighty GOD.



152 comments:

  1. May God continue to bless your home. Amin

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    1. It's good your the type that listens to good advice some won't listen aways feeling they are aways right ...good for u happy for u too

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    2. Touching... God bless your marriage

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    3. Olamdi! I won't forgive you, for ruining my make up !!!
      I cried when I read where ur hubby wa crying, when he heard you praying .....
      The Lord continue to grant you wisdom as you nurture your merge ro perfection
      Remain blessed

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    4. May God continue to kip ur marriage. God bless you.

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    5. This brought tears to my eyes... ur marriage will forever boom in happiness nd God will also bless the Angel in human form Stella kork...

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    6. So happy to read this...mayb I should send in my chronicle of hope too.
      First year of marriage is very critical, I had the very best of love for the first 8months (marriage moon) and then reality set in.
      Luckily for us, the 'reality' dint last for more than 2 months...but I cried my eyes out many times in that 2 months.
      what saved us was 1) my husband is committed whole heartedly to me and this marriage. 2) every one thought we were too perfect (which is almost true) and so we could only look inwards to solve our problems
      3) God was continually blessing us all through the troubled times so we were quite happy individually which reduced every tension 4) we made a wise decision to wait till after the first year to have kids, hubby felt even tho we dated for five years marriage would always be different and we stl needed time to understand each other in marriage
      Now we r back to our happy selves ..,hubby treats me like a Queen and that just melts my heart each day.

      In all I can conclude I was spoilt by my father, I was over loved (reason why I never dated or really wanted a boyfriend until my 3rd year in Uni), I was overpampered.
      I was expecting my hubby to do those things my father does to me and it took time for him to understand why a grown ass girl wl be expecting those kind of treatments.
      Anyways, he knows better now and even does more and I have learnt to understand and accept when he is not able to do them.
      I appreciate everything he does and I even love him more now.

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    7. Poster:

      I bless God for ur marriage!

      I personally do not believe a woman nags unnecessarily. Men push women beyond their limits and the only way most'f them retaliate is through their mouths.

      That doesn't make it right... Buh I guess it's time men started working on themselves too and learning to put a stop to characters that make their women nag/complain...

      The question is *will their ego let them*? They just hide under she nags n fucks on mtschewwww...

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    8. Make I no lie...my eyes full small... Nothing Jesus can't do...nothing....cool story


      Ifeomaadoh.blogspot.com

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    9. Very encouraging story! God bless ur home bae. Stella God bless u

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    10. Awwwww praise God - may God continue to bless you my dear.

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    11. Thank God for Chronicles of Hope.
      The Blog Narratives scared single girls shitless about marriage.
      Now we understand the thin line btw a bad marriage n a good marriage.

      God bless u for this platform Anty Stella. :D

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  2. hmm.. I hope ur mutual love and understanding last u guys a Century.
    Marriage is Strong! And only the strong willed can put together Pieces to make that Wrapper.



    Dont i just love happy ever after endings.. Lol.

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  3. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm,God pls o don't give me a nagging wife.olamide God bless your marriage.stella i will call you soon

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    1. Am not even moved shi shi......my heart don turn stone for men Mata ehehehe...

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  4. Ok.
    So I was in church today and our pastor played the video from last Sunday when GEJ visited Canaan land. Was it played in other lfc branches? Winners answer me.
    So anyways I did not even listen to anything your clueless otueke fish farmer said. He said nothing tangible. I was just shaking my head

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    1. OK this didn't come out the way I typed it in my head. Too fatigued to re-phrase it

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    2. Yes I'm a Winner and tape video was played in my branch too. I pray the Holy Spirit takes charge in this 2015 election sha.


      ********** Blessed Mrs **********

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    3. So una leave gospel dey watch campaign instead?
      Na wao

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    4. yes it was played in my LFC branch in Benin..
      men hate nagging wives like poison..

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    5. It was played in my branch too,1st service..

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  5. Poster,na pregnancy hormone dey worry you...
    In my pregnancy days,my husband saw hell from me...i will go to his office to cause drama...and he will keep enduring...
    Chai poor him...
    Poster,am so happy for you...sometimes,it's we women that push our men out without knowing....

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    1. I'm going through a 'phase' right now in my marriage and i never nagged him even though I'm pregnant. So what is his own excuse?

      Please women should stop making excuses for the selfishness of men abeg.


      ********** Blessed Mrs **********

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    2. I'm going through a 'phase' right now in my marriage and i never nagged him even though I'm pregnant. So what is his own excuse?

      Please women should stop making excuses for the selfishness of men abeg.


      ********** Blessed Mrs **********

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    3. Thank you jare Karen. Women making silly excuses for men since 1578

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    4. Dear Karen sorry for what you're going through, I pray it ends in praise and soon.
      But I don't think it's excuse per say, but acknowledging the part they played in pushing their spouse away even though he should be sensible enough to be patient and show understanding. Men don't understand that they are the ones to lay the foundation of their home and together with the wife build on it. (Hug you, pat your back, everything will be ok. Do the right thing and be strong ok).

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    5. Karen better person

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    6. Nemerem well said dear. It is very true o. During my first pregnancy I showed my husband hell. Being a stubborn person himself he refused to pamper or allow me off with my unruly behaviours which actually was as a result of being preggy and emotionally tired.
      At 7months I wanted the baby out quickly. So I misplaced my aggression on dear hubby. I became excessively intolerable and flippant. He understood this, but refused to indulge me. Heck... How did I know?

      Anytime I quarreled with him or misbehaved at home, he would have a face off with me o, but when he leaves the house he would call my sister to laugh at me. He always explained to my siblings that it was the pregnancy hormones and he understood it. Cos I was also cranky towards my sisters too, not just him. So all of them used to gossip behind my back that ...see what pregnancy has turned this babe to o. But instead of my hubby to allow me and pamper me, he would frustrate me, only to sneak out and laugh at me with my siblings lol. They told me this afterwards.

      So I agree that some men may not excuse u, while some will allow u and keep pleading for peace. It's never a planned reaction, a pregnant woman could be all happy now and all of a sudden, start to cry. Even if her hubby says something as little as "leave me"...she'll just burst out crying for no reason. lol. I think that was what happened with Olamide here...her hubby would definitely react different the next time she falls pregnant again. As this would be an eye opener for him.

      Karen hugs to u....I think your situation is quite different since u are not a nagging pregnant wife. do you know that some men cannot stand their wives being pregnant? Do u know that some men get highly irritable at the sight of their pregnant wives?

      So much that they send her somewhere else until she delivers her child and is back to her old self? Trust me I have seen all sorts o. I know a man who couldn't behold his wife from when she was 5months pregnant till delivery. He said she was a turn off...he even complained that she started to have a funny smell. mind u, not that she's dirty o, just some pregnancy hormones that changed her completely...that she started to smell of the blue pills she used as vitamins or whatever it is. her hubby refused to let her cook his food, couldn't share a bed with her, until he stylishly sent her to the U.S to deliver their child.

      Same thing happened again when she had the second child. Funny thing is she didn't quarrel with him because of that, even as he showed how disgusted he was by her sight during pregnancy..
      She was matured enough to handle it well. One would have thought that it was this man that was carrying the pregnancy.

      I found it rather rude and would never accept such a behaviour from my hubby. Guess that's why we are different. She took it in good fate but vowed not to have any more kids after the two. It was very bad. So I don't know, only u can tell at what point ur hubby started to misbehave, whether it was after u got pregnant or before. I pray your story ends in praise. Pele dear

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    7. Karen don't mind Dem silly women making excuses for rubbish men.........

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  6. Wow... This is cool... I waka

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  7. That was very touching....
    Very touching.

    God bless and keep your marriage.


    P.s. What about that side chick? You need to snoop o.

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  8. Awwwwwwww!!!! I love this narrative.
    Women, fight for your home.
    Pray continuously.
    Pray relentlessly.

    For those going through tough times, keep hope alive...the storm is almost over.

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    1. A lesson to u dumbfuck that feels u know too much better lower your stupid pride and be humble

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    2. @ Anon 13:51 u have taken the words out of my mouth
      I tot of her immediately I finish reading the post before reading post. JayEM u need to be Humble, u are so full of yourself and arrogant. I hate your Life style

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    3. Anon u keep hiding under Anon to attack Jayem, why not use real name or use ur time for better things than stalking her comments up and down? U need a pack of sugar in ur life.

      Poster am happy for u dear. May God keep blessing u guys.
      1st five years of marriage no b beans o.
      God bless u my darlg DH.

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    4. @chyada follow follow oya follow your leader

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  9. Yeah!
    Marriage ain't easy but it's worth it!
    Reminds me of d BV that said she's in love with a player!
    Leave d player to avoid stories that touch!

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    1. Wow! What post/comment was that?
      Am not current on this blog at all. Am missing all the juicy

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  10. Aaaaaaawwww...am so happy for you. Have lots of fun dear.

    Aeegurl...

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  11. Menn! I'm so touched by your story Olamide especially where you said your husband was behind you in tears. Its well dear. This love, peace and sparkles in your home, won't fade away IJN. I've also learnt as a single lady that prayers on my knees can work wonders in my marriage rather than being rough with my mouth.
    Stella you are really an angel. God bless you real good. Amen

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  12. WOW!!.. Thank God for you dear.

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  13. Happy for her. Me sef day nag for Africa. I need to change.

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    1. please dooo its very o
      imporpant oo God will guide us all

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  14. Aww!
    Stella Dimoko-Korkus saving marriages and giving advice since 1900.
    I remember how sad I was one time and I called her too when one blogger carry my matter for head and started peddling lies about me.
    Stella talked sense into me and basically told me to move on.
    She really is a nice person.
    Busy yep! But she will always hear you out.
    Stella!Muah!i wont ever forget what you did for me that day.

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  15. Omg!
    I actually cried at the thought of him walking in on you praying to God...
    Aaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!
    Pregnancy can make us do crazy things!
    May God bless your home always!!
    I love your testimony!

    This goes to every adult here,if a married sister/brother comes to you for advice,please always give the right one do not deceive a young,naive woman/man..Save a home!


    I remember one time I was pissed off,during my first pregnancy. Our first year of marriage too.

    I locked myself in and started packing an overnight back..lolz( I didn't even know anywhere to go to)

    Hubby was banging on the door,for where,i refused to open it.

    After arranging the bag,i waddled off with my keys(for my mind I dey catwalk ooh)

    He was following me bumper to bumper..
    I entered the car,drove to the gate,by that time he had raced to the security man's house to tell him not to open the gate..with this fake smile on his face(trying to show that all is well)

    I sat down in the car fuming,while he was out there pleading silently....chai!!

    I dozed off inside the car ooh.
    And he stood there,of course I refused to wind down!!
    When my craze don finish(around 12am),i unlocked the car *covers face*
    He just lifted me,took me upstairs and re-parked..

    I realised I was just taking him for granted,i was been selfish too...So I began to talk to myself...

    I still have my moments ooh,but he now understands the signs and most times,he just smiles...I have also vowed to give as much care as I receive....even more.

    This is for the Pregnant Anon cussing out her hubby yesterday...and some other silent bvs passing through similar challenges..We can always work on ourselves...Don't take that good man for granted!
    #memories

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    1. @ iphie , so you dey exhibit 5 minutes of cray cray!!!
      Lmao@ packing bag and dozing off inside car.
      Happy Sunday dear.

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    2. Hahahahahahahahahaha...
      Pregnancy ajoka...
      Lmao...

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    3. Lol.
      Iphie...I am so hapyjelous for you...*sheepishly smiling*
      I know God is bringing my good man my way...my king....my king....my king David.

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    6. Iphie, i wish the maiguard opened the gate. lol

      Sha,i did something that still baffles me . Oga used to come back home by 5pm then. so by 4.55pm,i left the house and started trekking o. (i was 6months pregnannt.) l told my girl i was going for an evening walk. 3hrs later,i wasnt back n i left my phone at home. Everyone was looking for me,while i was at Mr Biggs eating rice. I finished and went home. I got home,saw him,my neighbour n everyone standing outside. i just said"Una welldone o.". I went inside,removed my jeans n dozed off. The next day,oga told me how he went everywhere looking for me. He called my friends,project supervisor,class rep,mum,infact everyone.
      I was angry cos he has disgraced me by potraying me as a missing person.

      WHAT TOOK ME TO MR BIGGS?
      Answer: That sweet spice in their peppered chicken.

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    7. «««Uhonmora finest»»»1 February 2015 at 19:06

      Hhahaha pregnancy hormones and its evils. My hubby saw hell from me during pregnancy but he will always say Christ said we should love our wives like he loves the church. The church is imperfect and so are you and refusing to love you is disobedience to God and I will never do that. When you marry a man whose loyalty and faithfulness is to God your home is secure. So many times I denied him sex bcos my hormones were outta the roof but instead of having side chic, he will go to the bath and wank(he hates that alot). Omo I had to retrace my steps, read the books I got as wedding gift from my mither (power of a praying woman and power of praying) asked my husband for forgiveness and he said even before your apology I have forgiven you because you are human and you are going through something new, exciting but also scary. I bless God daily for the man I married. Single ladies I implore you to purchase those books and marry a man that truly respecta the lord.

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    8. Just imagining a heavily preggo catwalk. LOL.

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    9. Lmao!!
      Una no go understand!
      My preggie stories are plenty!
      Renee I don walk before na...trekking thinzz!

      Part 2 loading.........hahahaha

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    10. *tears*! Iphie u just spoke straight to me..
      And yea, this is exactly how i react to issue when my craze start.
      I think i take his love and total commitment for granted sometimes..

      God please help me to stop this part of me..Amen#now is the time to change#
      #Shinesteeth#

      Olamide's tory broght tears to my eyes.
      God bless your home darling.

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    11. Irene, lmao.... Omg.
      Iphie, e di egwu

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    12. Uhonmora, you are so right. A man has to know his stand with God first...

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    13. Lolll Iphie I remember I once had a face off with hubby when I was like 8months gone. When he left to work I checked myself into a hotel for 2 days. Yes I did...I was that furious. I didn't tell my siblings where I was. Ahh it wasn't funny o. It was when I thought of my parents that I resurfaced, cos the fear would have killed them. Meanwhile na hubby I wan show... as I come dey hotel one akata boy don begin toast me..even as huge as my baby bump was...ehh.Lmaooo. Atlanta police for don post me for missing persons o..hmmmm. all na pregnancy hormones.
      What now Pissed me off was when I finally got home, hubby just waka pass me like say he no send. He didn't even shrug, like say he no find me. This man and his ego, that's one thing that pains me. U can never do anything to make him shrug. Arrrgghhhh!!!!! But I love him silly...jeeezzz I love him die.

      Quite a lot of ish though. This post is taking me back memory lane I must say. Ok byeeeeee!!!!

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  16. I am glad that peace has been restored to your home Poster.
    It's a reminder to all married people to admit their faults and quickly retrace their steps when things start going wrong.
    The truth is one party does not single handedly destroy a marriage.
    Even if you are a saint or perfect ,the sainthood, and Mrs Perfect sef can be annoying your partner and you need to change a little.
    If she hadn't heeded to Stella she probably will be divorced or separated by now.

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  17. I'm composing mine will send it in soon. Nice n encouraging story Olamide.

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  18. So inspiring. I wish you the best Olamide. It can only get better. God bless you Aunty Stella.

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  19. Wow! So happy for you Olamide! There's still hope for others going through rough times.
    Amen to the Preacher's wife (frm chronicles of hope-2) I am earnestly waiting to read yours. I remember your story from early last year...

    RayJay

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  20. Wow,ur story really touched me!!!Even though I am not married,I hope to make the best out of my relationship, u never can tell wen 'it' would happen...May the peace and love be permanent, in JESUS name!!

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  21. Am so happy for u olamide,Gods peace will continue to live in ur home.

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  22. Praise God for you and praise God for Stella. I am happy it all worked out. Please dear, adultery is not something you can PUSH someone into. Its like someone pushing you to kill, its still murder. Make una stop to dey talk that thing about these men. I am glad yours woke up and stopped being a big baby. If your family found out they would have really questioned the danity of a man that will walk out on a pregnant woman knowing how those hormones can cause some pregnant women to lose their minds. I hope the next pregnancy, you will pray for your hormones to not get the best of you and I hope he will love you through it. Your story touches my heart as a man and brother of 4 sisters.

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    1. Same thing I thought. You do not push a man into another woman's arms....

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  23. Praise God for you and praise God for Stella. I am happy it all worked out. Please dear, adultery is not something you can PUSH someone into. Its like someone pushing you to kill, its still murder. Make una stop to dey talk that thing about these men. I am glad yours woke up and stopped being a big baby. If your family found out they would have really questioned the sanity of a man that will walk out on a pregnant woman, his wife for that matter knowing how those hormones can cause some pregnant women to lose their minds besides having watched 2 sisters and my wife deliver, I will allow her slap me during her pregnancy because she is going through changes and a near death situation. I hope the next pregnancy, you will pray for your hormones to not get the best of you and I hope he will love you through it. Your story touches my heart as a man, husband, father and brother of 4 sisters.

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  24. Awwwwwwww
    Congratulations Olamide.
    May God continue to bless and protect your home,Amen.
    Wishing you safe delivery when the time comes, Amen.
    #ehugs


    I fear when I saw Olamide, thought it was the 'dick' guy that wanted to share chronicle of hope.

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    1. Hahahhahahahahah.....u jst cracked my ribs

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    2. No its not the dick olamide oh. Hmmm which story that one for get talk thjan to narrate his quest for trying to put his dick somewere mcheeeew

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  25. kai olamide you have brought tears to my eyes with your story. I am so touched. marriage is so complex that you can't fully understand it.we just have to be trying everyday as we pray to God for it to work.may the joy that has entered your home; never depart again.may the love btw both of you grow much more stronger. amen
    Stella nwunye korkus.may God bless you.Stella whenever you kneel may your prayers and cries be heard by God. May all that you seek from him be added upon your life amen

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  26. Pls I am so angry...this young man that I gave my business card fr potential business deal reasons has decided to be disturbing my life ceaselessly for a relationship. He is married and even has the guts to tell me his daughter's naming ceremony was last week, even told me he loves his wife but he loves me as much...I really dnt get it, do men think women are actually stupid..what effontery? What is this rubbish? Even after I warned him to stay off...some men are jst hopeless

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  27. This almost made me cry. The power of prayers shouldn't be underestimated, the power of submission too cannot be over emphasised. Thank God for restored joy and love in your home. It shall be permament. xoxo

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  28. hmmm. thank God you saved ur home. may God bless stella too for been available with the advice. now to the ladies. if you wanna kept ur home. pray, dont nag nd be submissive.its very easy. its from the mind. drop ur ego nd be the woman.

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  29. pls olamide. leave the snooping advice o. its harmful to marriage.

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  30. The greatest and most powerful weapon a woman/wife has is her '2 knees down in prayer'
    Prayers solve EVERYTHING! I mean every thing.
    Some people think some things are too little to be prayed about, some think some things are too much for prayer to solve. Its not so my people!
    You can pray over something as little as 'taking a short stroll' and you can pray over something as serious as 'failures and disappointments' and my God of wonders will answer all!
    Nothing is too little or too big for prayers. All it takes is a short time, your lips, your heart and your needs.
    God bless your home Olamide dear!

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  31. Stella, God bless you for speaking the truth. We women have a habit of making ourselves unlovable and still selfishly expecting to be loved.
    We are self righteous and so never see our wrongs. Society doesn't help as our mothers and friends tell us what we want to hear
    We must always put ourselves in our spouses shoes and love/fight fairly

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  32. About yesterday's chronicle ,some people are hypocrites sha, marriage is not for suffering... A lot of peeps kept saying she is exaggerating and they are the one's that said they want chronicles of hope... Some people are enjoying in der marriage.Pray to God for a wonderful partner and stop being a hypocrite ..Secondly all this ladies saying , am scared of marriage its a big lie cos u haven't seen a potential boo n stop lying.Because A is suffering in her marriage doesn't mean B n C are suffering too.

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  33. Having a listening ear and going with Sdks advice helped you alot.
    Women should always pray for companionship in their homes even when its all falling apart...Happy for you Sis. may the love and joy in your home last forever.

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  34. Love this piece
    May God continually bless ur marriage.
    God's love for us is magical.


    *Rmn blessed*

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  35. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

    short of words
    There is something in my eye, i can't see clear.

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  36. Inspiring. God remember me this day. Amen

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  37. awww .so happy for u Olamide.God will make ur happiness permanent in Jesus name

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  38. .....one of the best chronicles of hope I've read so far. Thank God for restoring peace, love and happiness to your home. Here's wishing you all the best and may you deliver like the Hebrew woman to the glory of God's name. Much love....

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    1. Tee baby how are u and urs? Much love frm me to u dear.

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  39. Nice story am. Impressed, u listened to a good advise n now it's working positively fr u. Thank God its well.

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  40. Oooo dis story just gave me hope dat love really exsist. God pls help me find Love and be the best I can be to myself and future boo. Amen

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  41. A good one on a very cool sunday.l have learnt one or two things from this beautiful story just pray that l should be able to keep it most especially when you are dealing with someone that is harder than you.May all this be permanent in your home and may God remember we that are praying for a change in our home and marriage.God bless you all

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  42. God continue to bless your home Olamide. Your story really struck a chord. He'll finish what has just began in your home.

    Stella Kork!!!! Your blessing dey line up I'm sure your generation will still benefit from the seeds you planting now. Big hugs to you Stella.

    ***Anonymous Chielo***

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  43. See me"awwwing" as i was reading the part where ur hubby stood behind you crying while you were praying in tears too. Marriage is truly not a bed of roses. It takes hardwork from both parties to make it work.

    Thank God for His restoration in your home, Poster and thank God for leading you to speak with the right person(Stella) too, if not, you may have being wrongly advised.
    May the joy and peace of God never leave ur home IJN.

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    1. Na wa oooo!!! Awwing bcos a man cried??? Na today nyash dey back?? Msheeeeeeeeeewwwww

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  44. ..sobs...this is so touching.. May ur home cont to enjoy heaven on earth.. And to u sdk,God will cont to bless ur life yafu yafu... Shalom..

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  45. ..sobs...this is so touching.. May ur home cont to enjoy heaven on earth.. And to u sdk,God will cont to bless ur life yafu yafu... Shalom..

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  46. Marriage! Olamide ur love will last by the grace of GOD.
    the side chick wil always av the upper hand coz she doesnt nag, coz she listens to him, coz she pampers him.
    Lets do our best backed with prayers and let the most high do the rest.
    Insha Allah the strange woman will have no place in our home

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    1. A thousand and 1 likes for this Comment @Samira... Amen to your prayer.

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    2. A thousand and 1 likes for this Comment @Samira... Amen to your prayer.

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    3. Taaaaaaaaa!!!!!! Na lie...a bad man is a bad man abeg

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  47. Nice one,,may Peace of God continue to rain in ur family,,learnt a big lesson...

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  48. Awwww,so touching..Stella sugar,you are blessed..

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  49. @iphie dearie, thank you. I don't know why your comments always reduce me to tears. I think the crazy hormones have let go. I even had great sex with him last night. Lol.
    Pregnant anon.

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      C

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  50. So inspiring..wish u d best...

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  51. This made me cry...God bless your marriage. #myfirstcommentonsdk

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  52. @Bianca bruno *the video wasnt played in my own lfc branch.*
    this story is so inspiring. Dont i just love me some Stella Nwunye Korkus. my dear Olamide, may peace dt surpasses understanding n love indescribable continue to abide in ur home. it is well.
    pls visit my blog at yugoprecious.blogspot.com

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  53. God bless your home dearie.

    For me that is very stubborn. Maybe that's why I'm still single. *pulling my ears* take note and repent

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  54. Poster ur story is touching, the peace of the Lord has come to stay in ur home forever ijn. Pregnancy hormone can cos wahala atimes in marriage, but it is how u manage it, abeg e no dey easy to manage jare.. olumide God bless ur marriage.

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  55. Hallelujah!!!!!!!!!!!!it must be permanent Olamide
    Rude stubborn arrogant ladies all mrs i know my rights make una come learn from this most women dat blame men uneccesarily make una read n see say na you dey break your home naggin
    so ladies women should adjust biko

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  56. As usual this tap in my eyes refuse to lock when I read the part that he joined her in the parlour whilst praying. May your home be filled with love and joy. Safe delivery in advance.

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  57. wisdom and knowledge is something you look for when you are in a marriage...get experienced older ones in marriages....give grace to all our women lord.men do your part as well.atinuke

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  58. Olamide, it's either I'm too emotional, or this is one of the sweetest chronicles I've read (I know it can only get better), but thank you for sharing your story with us. I'm glad you have your home and happiness back, and may it be permanent! Congratulations in advance to your tiny platter of feet. God bless your home, darling.

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  59. Mrs olamide. Your story is so touching but I learnt a lot wch will help me when I settle down. May peace love favour joy happiness never elude your home in Jesus Name amen.

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  60. Awwwwwwww!thank God for restoring your home olamide!Stellakork...you are an angel.thank you for telling her the truth when she needed it.God bless you.

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  61. Awwwwwwww!thank God for restoring your home olamide!Stellakork...you are an angel.thank you for telling her the truth when she needed it.God bless you.

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  62. I cried reading this. That peace is permanent in your home sweetie. Stella you are indeed a being from heaven. I call you Angel

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  63. very encouraging and insiring story Olumide. God bless your home!

    Truly, marriage is not a bed of roses but when both partners are willing, making effort to make it work, then you can swim in marital bliss.

    I would have sent in my own chronicles but laziness go gree me type so?

    lol. will do so one of these days...

    Iphie nwanem, which kain Jackie chan you de form for my brother? you for drive comot naaa...
    I can imagine that scenario. you nor get where you de go o, but you de form am leaving..meanwhile in your very mind you are just praying this man should hold you back. lmao!

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  64. Stella korkus you are not only a good blogger but also a peace maker.Mrs Olamide thank God you heeded to Stellar's advice.May God continue to bless your home .

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  65. God will continue to keep ur marriage @Olamide, and let all the ladies in d house too be submissive sometimes, many of our ladies looking for God fearing guy don't even fear God and yet they want a total bliss in marriage, follow olamide's step, God solves all problem

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  66. IPHIE O!!!!!! I love it. Your husband can not and will not take you "for garri and tea" :-D He knows you are worth it. Whatever you did, tell these women on here let them not try it cause their husbands will just allow them to go. Your is a man that truly loves you.

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  67. Stella kork,may God bless u and urs in Jesus' name.

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  68. God of wonders will never stop answering prayers,we just need to ask,am so inspired.

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  69. These are the kind of stories dt mak marriage pleasurable. tnk God.for understanding.


    There is a place i know. where everything is light and fun Do u knw dt magical place of tales? It's an ART: join usSOUL TALES

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  70. @uhonmora,I have been saying I will get that book ooh choi!
    Linda nwanyioma,mma Cee and Sabo! It was not an easy something! Lolz

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  71. @uhonmora,I have been saying I will get that book ooh choi!
    Linda nwanyioma,mma Cee and Sabo! It was not an easy something! Lolz

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  72. Alamala..hahahahaha.you are naughty!

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  73. Wow! My eyes are welled up with tears already! Olumide i'm happy u r happy now n it ll last 4ever. Can't wait to get married so I can share my experience here! Loving u more by d day Stella Kokus!

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  74. Thank u Karen, it makes me sick to my bones when we women keeping blaming ourselves for men's infidelity....we don't run off into the arms do any other man when our men misbehave so why will men not learn to endure the shortcomings of their wives? Some men feel because the world has said the woman makes the home then she bears all the burden to make the marriage work......yes we have to be wise and taking the step to change yourself as a wife is cos you are more mature and a stronger person but I will never take the blame for a mans adultery......if David had blamed Beersheba for bathing on the rooftop and have refused to repent before God he would not have gotten forgiveness.....if tolerate your bad habits as a husband then loving me as Christ loves the church is also tolerating my shortcomings.....then again only a man who has that God given wisdom realizes that he is responsible for the home as the head......

    Mama says so....

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    1. You are right, but there is a reason why God asked the man to love his wife and for the wife to be submissive, some man are wicked and unredeemable but some men just need to see the bad in their actions and that will make them change, no two men are the same and no two situations are the same, so just ask for God's wisdom to know how to treat your man...

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  75. thank u olamide. i jst learnt something new. bless you dear n ur marriage !!!!

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