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Monday, November 20, 2017

Chronicle Of Blog Visitor Narrative..

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STAND ALONE NARRATIVE
CRYING OVER ABROAD HUSBAND


Good day Stella and bvs
Before I got married I have always said and prayed that I dont want to marry a guy that stays abroad because I will want to see my man when I need him. Thankfully I got married to the man of my dreams.. 


My hubby was doing great at his place of work and we didn't lack. Then Recession started and things weren't so great at his work again. Even though we still did not lack and were comfortable, DH still wanted to do more. He travelled to the abroad and is hoping to bring the kids and I soon.

 But my problem is since hubby travelled I cry almost everyday from missing him. Whenever i remember the things we do together i start crying.


Indeed absence makes the heart grow fonder. We video call more than six times a day but I still want him around physically not just for the lovemaking but for the companionship.


Abeg those people with abroad husband how una dey cope abi na only me waka come..



66 comments:

  1. 😳😳😳😳😳😳😳😳😳😳😳

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    1. I am about to fall into similar situation please bv that has done this b4 I need your advice, I have a boyfriend who stays in the USA, we have been dating for a year and he say he will be coming back may next year, and when he comes he wants to carry out the formal introduction when he comes and he wants me pregnant b4 he returns back and he has just one month leave from work.

      My fellow BVN is this a good idea? Please help me out since this discussion I have no peace of mind.

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    2. Me, I'm in the abroad but my greatest enemy is loneliness. I don't pray loneliness for anybody man or woman cos it makes a lot of ppl vulnerable. Those ladies with your other half abroad, hmmmm, we see things here. God help us all.

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    3. Why will you get pregnant for a man after formal introduction? Are you stupid??? What kind of question are you asking sef. Senseless, headless girls everywhere.

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    4. Ewo see insult rain!father!all these for one psn.na wa o!

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  2. You are asking how they cope?...
    Most of them have side bobos!...
    Get one for your self!...

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    1. I’m glad you wrote most.. there are few good ones.

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  3. I love abroad but I must stay with my man. I don't want separation marriage.

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  4. Mtshewwww.Waste of time..Ask me one more time...Oku oko..

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  5. Just increase the number of times you video call, you go dey alright mama.

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  6. Calm down you will soon join him.. make the video call 10 times a day to reduce the missing.

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  7. You would be fine dear, change is hard on everyone but brace up that's life.
    Keep praying for him that he remembers why he went abroad and not forget u and your kids,that should be your focus now,so just pray for him


    LEPπŸ˜›

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  8. πŸ“πŸ“πŸ“πŸ“ brings out jotter and pen to take down notes for when I marry my own abroad husband.

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  9. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ngwa over to the abroad husbanded wives

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ED oooo

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  10. LMAO. MY husband lives in Nigeria and I live in the Uk. We haven't seen each other for almost one year. The last we saw was in January. We be reuniting in December, to go separately again in January. He is still sorting out his exams before he can come join me here in the Uk.

    It gets lonely though but not that much. I leave for work at 7am, finish at 5pm, go to the gym from work, get home, around 8pish, exhausted. Speak to my husband on the phone and sleep off. Weekends, I go to the gym, come back and see my favourite TV series. I miss my husband but not to the point that i can't cope.

    Th fact is that i'm used to being on my own. I cherish being alone like a kid cherishes candy. I love myself so much that that it bothered me when i was getting married to him. Well, we had that discussion before we got married, that i wouldn't want him all up in my face all the time. I like my privacy a lot. He's a very nice, understanding, romantic, above all, God-fearing guy. Thank God for blessing me with him.

    Anyway, back to the matter, OP it will get better ok.

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    1. Even if you can cope,
      Want to KNow the truth?
      Your husband can't come
      Most men can't cope.
      They will easily succumb to any
      "hole covered by skirt" and beasts
      Just know what you are doing!
      The earlier the better.

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    2. Once u are married ,ur privacy disappears,u have to be one with ur husband

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      You no like privacy reach me ma. I dont like men who like too much attention. You can give me all the attention 😁😁
      As for the poster, so small distance you can't cope? Abeg shift. Would it have been better if he was here and unable to cater to your needs? Hehehe! I prefer a husband faraway and living up to responsibility than one in my nose and broke as f**k.
      Do you have a job/business? Are you setting a financial plan to join him without being a burden until you settle in? I guess not. If you were you won't be facetiming 10 times a day and crying. You mind would have been plotting graph instead.

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    4. Girl, we are on thesame lane. can't have a man in my face all the time. All these abroad husband that have no where to go but work and home. Before you know it you are fed up. Abroad life na wa. I want to get married but I can't even see the man everyday for a week and not get tired.

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  11. Tears plenty for your eyes thats why you are crying. Please cry more. Next Chronicle please...

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    1. Lol. Lady poster, I have no advice for you. Sorry. 😎

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  12. Just know how long you have to endure ..then wait till you are together again.
    Please avoid infidelity. . It leads to numerous regrets.

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  13. Awww...
    I understand, but the earlier you do join him though...

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  14. My hubby was abroad for a while and I loved it..the freedom and peace,now hez back and I am praying he goes back again.I luv my me time.

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    1. You for kukuma no marry na... You marry them wahala, you no marry them dem say its spiritual.. Meanwhile their characters yeye

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    2. You love your time for "akwuna moves?"
      Judgment is dangling on your neck.

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    3. Lol@judgement is dangling on ur neck

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  15. Genesis 3:16 To the woman he said,

    “I will make your pains in childbearing very severe;
    with painful labor you will give birth to children.
    Your desire will be for your husband,
    and he will rule over you.”

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    1. YOUR DESIRE SHALL BE FOR YOUR HUSBAND . . .
      What a verdict.

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    1. Is that the answer to her question?

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  17. @Queen, must you spit out rubbish from your mouth. Not everyone is irresponsible.
    @poster, dont follow Queen's advise pls.keep praying for God to uphold your home.

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  18. This is not chronicle that i always look forward to read. Abeg, this is not story jor

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    1. Hahaha I don laugh tire.. seriously she doesn't have problem if you like continue crying and give yourself hbp.

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  20. U are crying as WHAT? mtcheeeeeew!

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  21. Poster just hold on oh stop crying you will soon join your husband.

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  22. poster please get busy with your life...... if you are not working before go and look for a job, learn handiwork join if you are busy all the time you will be too exhausted to even miss him that much...... you will be alright *kisses*

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    1. Thank you very much,! Its joblessness that's what is wrong with this poster, Madam miss. You nor get problem fa.

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  23. Everybody is leaving this country for greener pastures. Be grateful that your husband is trying to look for alternative means to make things work. It is now terrible for private organisations under this visionless administration. We leave work every month(especiaaly last Friday of the month) greeting ourselves goodbye because we do not work those that will be sacked next. Some organisations reduce their staff by sacking them almost every month. Mine is inclusive

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    1. I guess she would have preferred a jobless husband in Nigeria. Lolol. Small discomfort to make your future better and you're crying upandan

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    2. Chikito you are always apt, this poster like Forky forky, so she would have prefer for him to be here to pound her everyday, Even he is jobless she nor care, I have a friend like this poster.

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    3. You are right anon, all these lazy women with scratchy ikpu always looking for a man to gum body 247
      Poster abeg go and get buzy biko

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  24. Poster please occupy your mind with something meaningful pending when he comes back or you guys can join him as he is there for your own good ni

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  25. Endure dear it's just for a while

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  26. Since you cannot cope, tell him to come back so you can baby sit him 24/7. You need to you occupy yourself with something else because you have too much time on your hands. Where do you get the time for four video calls in a day? Please, go get some good books and read. Watch movies, TV series, etc.

    @1708 poster, Please do not get pregnant first. I have seen a lot of situations where dude only had a Green card and it took about 4-5 years before his wife joined him. There were other cases where dude kept telling stories and the girl was just stuck at home and could not join him. A tale of Picture wedding/marriage. The guy never came home in person. Yet the girl went ahead and had the marriage in absentia. Be very careful. I live in the US. Too many tales.

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  27. Madam poster, your problem is idleness. Better get something doing. If you don't have a job (which is likely hence the 6x a day video calling), get one. Its OK to miss a loved one but crying everyday when he is alive and well is not it.

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  28. Mine is that my boyfriend who is a citizen wants us to get married but we dnt know how to go about it cos he wants me to leave with him immediately after the wedding. My question now is does the marriage certificate really serve as a visa to travel with him or what else do we need?

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    1. Madam, you can't get visa and go do your court marriage in the US and process it there? No????!!!

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    2. Iya you for just answer the question well na. Which one come be all this question mark it's confusing abeg.

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  29. Stella I think you should make a post about how to get to the abroad either through school jobs or marriage. Some of us need to learn

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  30. Get busy Madame, if you have a work already find a skill to learn in your spare time or better still get so committed in your church. God is looking for labourers in His vineyard by the time you do door to door evangelism three time in a week you will reduce the video calls... Lol

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  31. Make ur occupied.find something to do.

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  32. I did it for over 3yrs in marriage, not easy,drove my crazy,communication is key,pray ,communicate.

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  33. Hmmmmmmmm. Pls madam get busy, Di ma alu madam.

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  34. @poster it is well oh! With all of us.

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  35. @poster it is well oh! With all of us.

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  36. Hmmm. It's easier said than done. I know someone who was also doing well here in Nigeria but decided to go to the abroad for better life for his wife and kids, the plan was for them to join him in a few years. A few years turned to 13 years! He left the kids at under 2/3. Not trying to scare you o but hmmm. Get busy and pray to God to remind him about his major reason for traveling

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