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Saturday, May 02, 2020

COVID 19 Lockdown Chronicles

Does anyone have anymore lockdown tales to share?
The Coronavirus lockdown has had its good and bad in many homes and we want to discuss it...

Let us share more lockdown tales .......




103 comments:

  1. Being more prayerful. sometimes horny but I don’t feed my thoughts so I carry on everyday and watch a lot of IDx on DStv. I’m scared of everyone now.That channel can tweek your mind and turn you to a detective.
    Being cooking a lot too. Not sure about this lockdown lift for Monday.

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    1. I so much love the channel, but i don't have the money to subscribe i watch real time 155 they aires some of their programs.

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    2. As a single mother before remarrying ur major consideration should be ur child,any man that wants to marry u should learn to love ur child or children and accept the them as his own flesh and blood,why will u send ur child to ur parents just so u can be married.too bad if ur hubby were a single father will he allow his child live elsewhere.think about it.

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  2. I am really glad this lockdown will be over soon. I haven't been able to see my son. Well I was a single parent to a 10years old boy until God smiled on me and gave me a husband but i couldnt bring my son to live with us cos we just got married after failing pregnant for him. Then this lockdown and I was stuck in ogun state while my son is with my family in Lagos. We have always been together though I call him always but I am so worried about him. My husband doesnt want any family member living with us. But I am not comfortable leaving my 10yrs with other people. I feel like a part of me is in Lagos. How do I handle this couple with this pregnancy morning sickness.

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    1. Madam congrats! but what you mean by your husband doesn't want any family member staying with you guys?

      So your own flesh and blood is part of family members? You should have discussed with him and how he will fit in from beginning

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    2. Please bring your child to live with you.. We read news everyday of child abuse (physical, sexual, emotional) and how can you be comfortable sending your child to live with others as a "family member"? Gosh I felt so sad reading your comment.

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    3. Not fair that you can't bring your son into your new home. Talk to your husband and let him know how you feel. If it were the other way around he will tell you to accept his son.

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    4. Wow and you agreed to it? Your son isn’t just any family member. He is a part of you!! You carried him for nine months!
      You both are a package. Any man that marries you, should accept your child or children as theirs. That is love.

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    5. If a man or a woman agrees to marry someone that already has a child(ren)
      That person should be willing to accept them as well.
      Nothing would ever separate me from my child if I had one.
      But then again we are diverse people .

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    6. I'm so happy for you. Congrats.
      Didn't you guys talk about it? I think your son will be hurt o. Please pray about it before bringing it up as your son should be living with you. He needs a father figure. He should be brought up in a stable home now.

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    7. *father figure

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    8. Please ma'am you need to discuss with your husband. That little man is your blood please. This right here should have been the first stuff you would have discussed with your husband.

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    9. Wow this is soooo sad. How could you have married a man that sees your son as a "family member". He does not love or accept your son. I dont know how you can birth and bring up a child for 10 year and then send him away because of some 'husband'

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    10. Babe, that's not fair na. How can you leave your 10yr old son all cos of man. It's not fair on him. Please talk to your husband, beg him if you need to. I hope you have something doing, cos I think that might be your husband excuse. He might not want to carry the financial burden of raising another person's son..Your son is not some distance relative but your flesh and blood. He has no father and now, his mum abandoned him cos of marriage. He might end up hating you later in life.

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    11. You were so desperate to get married that you would sacrifice your own blood.

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    12. Shame on you for marrying a man who does not want your son to live with you? So you were so desperate to marry that you abandon your own flesh and blood, your own child?!

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    13. This is wickedness. You should have insisted ur husband accepts yr son wholeheartedly before marriage. I can't believe how desperate single mothers get. My Mother in law had my husband as a teenager then later went to marry a man who is her god. Till date she does like only the man's children are hers. She's even partial against her own son. Wen my husband used to visit then; the moms husband would send him all sorts of dirty jobs in the house to humiliate him like houseboy. To washing all their plates and clothes. But wen he needs a responsible person to travel or run his business he would send my husband. My husband did jobs to train himself thru uni. Now he's successful, the man's untrained children have stayed with us for a bit. The man now needs my husband's connection. All these affected the feeling of rejection my husband still feels. He's such a broken man i detest his parents and family for all they put him thru and all I'm having to deal with being married to a damaged adult .

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    14. I'm a single mom myself of a 10year old . I pray to get married some day but never will I abandon my child because of a husband. Madam, that child will be hurt..have you thought of his feelings? Does he know you are pregnant? He might feel you stopped caring for him cos you have a new baby now and a husband so he doesn't fit in. He's 10 right? He is old enough to form opinions now. How could you not discuss his living conditions with this husband of yours before you married the man? And how can this husband of yours refer to your own flesh and blood as a family member and you accept it all in the name of answering Mrs? I for one know how hard it is to raise a child by one's self. We always pray for a father figure for our children as single mothers. You chose to be with someone who saw no need to connect with your child emotionally and physically. You must have noticed this before you realised you were pregnant. When praying for happiness as a single mom, we should not only pray for our happiness but that of our kids too. Wouldn't you have been happier if your child was with you in your home and your husband treated him well? I just pray for your sake and that of that boy that you do not regret your actions in future. A man can leave you anytime but your child would never. Always remember that. Stella please post

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    15. Not fair on the innocent boy and should have been hashed out before marriage. Please try to reason with him and don't leave your son in Lagos...i am sure he misses you.

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    16. This is not fair...I feel so bad for your son. All because of a man that is even cheating on you join.

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    17. You are a wicked woman, how dare u damage the boy's psyche. Just bcos of a man that will not do same for u. Shameless woman, the boy didn't cause ur wahala. I pray the boy bcomes the best in ur and ur useless husband lineage.

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    18. God smiled on you but he frowned on your son abi?!! Madam you no try one bit, I have a sis in your shoes , single mum , she found someone few years ago a single dad too, they got married and both their kids were with them , she got pregnant and suddenly the husband starts calling her own son a bastard that she should take the boy to his father. Was a tough one but she moved out of the house with both her kids, her baby was barely 3 months old when the final straw broke the camels back. Now she's with her kids and at peace regardless of what anyone thinks, and reading your story just makes me really proud of her right now for not yielding to pressure to be separated from her son just to stay married. She always says no one can separate her from her Son.

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    19. God smiled on you? Well congratulations are in order since you are obviously more blessed than your son who God frowned on by giving him a most irresponsible mother. You're not a kid and yet you dated someone who sees your son as an outsider to the point of getting pregnant- do you see how stupid this is?

      You married someone who doesn't want your son around him and you think you have a testimony? Your pick-me-please syndrome is smelling ma. So you think he'll be doing you a favour by your son living with you? No, that's the minimum he should do if he's serious about marrying you. But instead of insisting on shielding your son, you were more interested in shielding your self from wagging tongues who would say whatever they want anyway because of this pregnancy. You let desperation overshadow your sense of responsibility and now you have a son who would know he is being punished for the sexual recklessness and emotional cowardice of his mom. I hope this man is worth wasting a child for. This is how women wreck their own families then would be lying that men are scum. I have to feel for the bay on the way- the way you dumped the first one, I hope he/ she is born TOUGH because they have no mother to defend them.

      Madam, CHANGW YOUR STYLE. This format no be am.

      Unless

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    20. Madam all you wanted was marriage and you never put your son in the whole thing. The fear of being a single mum again after falling pregnant is the reason why you agreed to marry him without thinking of your son.

      Better leave your son where he would find happiness than bringing him to your house and your husband would start maltreating him.

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    21. Your story left a sour taste in my mouth.

      The issue is not you just seeing your son, you are his mother and he should be with you for crying out loud. Daddy isn't there, mummy has tossed him to family, what sort of life is that? Did he beg to be born?

      So you chose marriage over your son?? You are selfish to have agreed to this arrangement. Your story is heartbreaking. That boy needs you or do you not get it? How many men will throw away their kids because of a woman?

      You are playing with fire. Kids are very sensitive. When that boy gradually starts resenting you, remember it is the dividend of what you sowed.

      Talk to your husband, cry, beg him, threaten him, just make sure you go get your son. Go and get your son and be a responsible mother.Let him live under your roof, eat what you eat, monitor his academics, teach him values etc. Tell your pathetic husband that in no time, he will go to the higher institution.

      I AM SHOUTING, GO AND GET YOUR SON.

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    22. Can you imagine this woman! You'll choose a man over your own flesh and blood? Why did you marry a man that hasn't accepted your child as his?
      God I thank you for my step dad,my mum had me before she married him and he accepted me completely. I attended the same school with my half siblings,only his family knew I wasn't his biological daughter.
      Madam pls talk to your husband, why will you deprive your son of motherly love? Isn't it bad enough that he's lacking fatherly loVe already?

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    23. LA fresh you are right.
      Horseband did not propose or discuss marriage talkless of where the boy will stay before aunty fell pregnant.
      The man now did her a favour by marrying her in order to remove the shame of 'having two children out of wedlock'. He now insisted that he cannot train another man's child and aunty agreed. The most important thing to aunty here is the 'Mrs' title. Aunty found favour and got married despite being 'after one'
      Aunty's son got bad luck and now lives without his biological mother in a family house where he would become their errand boy and endure all sorts of abuse so they don't throw him out. Where will he go?
      Hmmmmm. Aunty's son is reaping the fruit of his mom's irresponsible fucking.
      I used to think single moms would be wiser in fucking considering their previous mistake but no, this aunty fucked any how and probably used pregnancy to hook the uncle that married her.
      I pity you in that marriage already. Any man who says he doesn't want family members in his home including his wife's biological child is a wicked person. He will show you pepper, if he has not started already.

      #lickyourwounds

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    24. Just pray that your son does not grow up hating you.

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    25. I know a teenager who enjoys seeing women suffer. I did a little research about his behaviour and was able to connect the dots. His mother left him at her family home and got married. He doesn't know his father. His mother later had 3 young sons which are the apples of her and her husband’s eyes. Her first son only comes to visit her every once in a while. You may think that you will always have time for your boy, but soon you will have other children and will not show this boy as much affection or have the time to visit him as much. Bring your boy to live with you and your husband. Assure your husband that you will pay your son's bills and for the love of God, don't let your husband maltreat him. Please don't damage this innocent boy psychologically and emotionally. A word is enough for the wise.

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    26. Madam I am a single mum of 3 teenagers and I have been single 4 years. I met a man who loved me with my package. Yes, I told him that If he must love me, he should be ready to love my children too. Which he does. And my kids respect him for that. My children comes first which he knows, and want me to marry him( I keep turning him down, he says he will wait until I am ready),and tells my children how much he loves me. He adores my children and loves children. He send them to any vacation of their choice.

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    27. Nigerians that will never read with understanding...if he said 'family member's, then it is possible that she portrayed him (the son) as a brother or other family member.
      Either way tho, it is very sad and remarkably irresponsible of her or anyone,her to abandon her own child because of man (or woman)

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  3. This lockdown was fabulous for me, with a mini me or hubby on the way, can't ask for more.

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  4. This lockdown was spent with my mum and siblings. My dad travelled to the east for work and has been stuck there for the last one month due to interstate lockdown.

    My brother is an essential worker so he helped us get most of the groceries and toiletries.

    My kid sister and I bonded so well. No fights or cuss words. She has gone back to her house to prepare for work next week. The bond between us is so strong. I really miss her so much.

    Stella, joro was right with his post..this lockdown can either break relationships, strengthen cracks in relationships or repair them as well. It depends on the individual(s) involved.

    In my own case, it strengthened the bond between my siblings and I.

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    1. I'm happy to read this.
      May it be permanent 🙏 family is everything ♥ siblings are amazing.
      My mom would always say God gave her. Her husband and children and not another's .
      I'm truly happy 😊

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  5. Nothing serious
    The lock down has been boring all through
    Am just wondering how Monday will be like?
    The Lagos traffic and all.

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  6. The lock down made me see some big babes from my office, begging for giveaway on instagram and licking celebritie’s ass just to be picked for giveaway, side eyes.
    How can I know my size like 10,12,14,16 etc, how can I calculate it?

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    1. Use tape rule and measure your bust, waist, and hips and check them against the corresponding size chart.. Different countries/websites have different cm for sizes, so sure you're checking according to the measurements of the website or country you want to buy from.

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    2. Hmmm...I saw a my secondary school classmate dropping account number for 5k on Facebook. This is a married policewoman oo.. Before you say she might have needed it, she doesn't. People are just so greedy. I bet she didn't know anybody would see it. Na just wah.

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    3. Kiks, how do you know she doesn't need it? Except you know what's in someone's account, forget all the packaging o. I know some people that look and seem comfortable but all na packaging. That's why it's not good to envy anybody.

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  7. I just rembered something. nigga asked me some days ago to help him buy some liquid detergent from my area that he couldn't get from his own area then he will credit me the cost. so yesterday whilst I was doing my walk, I entered a shop and found the soap and it was £5 which is different from what he said.

    I rang him that the price has gone up due to rona baby, he said he doesn't mind I should buy it. I can't go back to queue again so I left. on my way back home I went to another shop and found it, but the price is cheaper than the first shop £3, I bought 3 of them and other things for myself. I did not tell him it was cheaper and he credited me £20 saying £5 was for my convienience lol. so I made profit of £11 which is more than the price of the detergent I bought for him....

    I just looked at myself saying "you see your life" KWARUPTION

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    1. big Kwaruption
      Imma tell on ya .

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    2. That was unfair though. You would have told him you got it cheaper.

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    3. With the way you make noise, £11 profit is what is a big deal????

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    4. Later they will be abusing Eniola o!

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    5. 18:02 Buahahahahahahaha afi 'profit' Buahahahahahahahahahahahaha

      The hunger is real yo!

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    6. Anon 18:02, £11 is nothing but only those with sense understood my plight... geddifok outta here with your poverty stricken mindset

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  8. Na conji be wan kee me this period, I was less busy and my side hustlles were easy. I own a couple of shops and good workers. So also as a fed worker, I was home from 4pm. I craved sex,it's been ages and no better man in sight. Now I realize I have to open up to relationships. E no easy oo.

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    1. I just realized my daughter is so beautiful. Pple say it alot but have never really considered her ' that beautiful'. Na wa o

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  9. I've ordered stuff a couple of times as most online stores are offering free delivery and discounts. These are delivery men I've used before and in the past, they'd call before hand, sometimes even the day before, to ask when to come and when I'll be available.
    Because of this lockdown, they're not calling to confirm ooo (I think they're assuming everyone is home so why bother) on both occasions, both separate courier services, they called and I was expecting them to ask as usual when to come (lol) only for them to say they're around and to come outside. On both occasions I've had to hurriedly throw something on and arrange myself and go out.
    Not a complaint, just an observation and wondering if anyone has observed same.

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    1. True, I have had the same experience with them. Annoying because they complain they are made to wait but they don’t call to inform you that they are coming. I no go wear clothes again??

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    2. I have experienced similar occurrence.

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    3. Anybody that delivers my stuff outside without knocking or calling will pay for it ni.i will jejely pick it up and say I didn’t see it.

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    4. 3.29 that makes you a THIEF.

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  10. Stella pls sorry I have to bring this here, I'm in serious pains my waist is on fire like, I can't stand properly or sit due to the pains. I just got married not long ago don't know if it's due to sex from hubby. Pls my fellow bvs help me wat can I take to ease the pain. Panadol no work for me.

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    1. I think it's best to see a Dr
      Self meditation might not really help , from the tone of this you sound like you're in severe pains .
      Please contact a Dr to be sure what the cause is please .
      Sorry about the pain .

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    2. I think you should have a doctor check you out.

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    3. Please go for a test to rule out STD. Staph presents through waist pain for men not sure about women though.

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    4. Sorry about that... please try to see a Doctor ASAP.

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    5. I was considering writing in on IHN to ask questions. I had this bad waist pain on the left side at the back. This was since last year. In fact, during the festive season it would wake me up from sleep. It pains when I am lying down and sitting but if I am on the move it doesn't. I always Google my symptoms and it told me X-ray wouldn't detect it and that it was harmful (X-rays). A friend suggested I start jogging, others said it was lack of exercise and truly I hadn't been exercising. I jogged, no way, exercised, still it was there. A friend suggested I buy Sudrex which is 100 Naira a satchet. Do you know that the pain disappeared? It came back after the Medicine wore out I guess. I know there's no way I can be on Sudrex forever and stopped. I have been doing my normal workouts (road walk) and stretches I downloaded that help lower back pain. Recently, I just came back from exercising and laid down on my duvet on the floor. I noticed the waist got better and I repeated it the next day. I feel better I must say. I plan to continue doing so till I can go to the hospital. I'm not going anytime soon because....COVID-19. You can try lying flat on your back on the floor and see if you feel better plus check exercises for waist pain before you can go to the hospital.

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  11. Well
    This period I've been more emotional than ever ,
    But one thing is I have become more selfless,
    I appreciate the things I once took for granted I.e being able to move around freely,
    I'm seeing life from a different stand point which is enjoying the little things of life like a good book and wine .
    I'm also learning that all the wealth we are stocking up is nothing if we cannot share with others .
    And most importantly life is vanity live with contentment.
    And the crown of it all is love is sacrificial.

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    1. That last line choco is the TRUTH. ‘Love is sacrificial’❤

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    2. I agree, you can't claim to truely love and not give or make sacrifices.

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  12. So I was responsible for almost 90% of the home expenses. You could think my husband would appreciate but became lazy, a cheat and bad mouthed me to his family. He would waste our beverages saying he doesn't in how to drink watery tea. He would snack on our kids biscuit and caprisonne. I started hiding them , but he would still find them. He was so wasteful and I was almost running mad nagging everyday. I can back from work one day and saw that he had finished soup i made the previous day that was supposed to last us for a week, saying he visitors. That was it!

    I made up my find to live for my kids. That was how I talked to my bestie was also my neighbour and we found a way around it. She was a single mum, so it made it easier. I started keeping our provisions and foods in my bestie's house. I'd make soup and keep in her house. I stopped recharging our cable. My kids and I spent our free time including weekends mostly in her house, except days he was out of town. He eventually started working but didn't change, he was spending his money on his family so I concentrated on my kids.

    Fast forward to this lockdown na. I would pack my 2kids nd we would go to my friends house, spending all day there. In fact, we kids were always begging for us to go there. We would go, turn on her gen (I buy fuel for her too) and we would watch TV. Play games and just have fun. We would come back in the evening happy while he would be moody😂😂. He had no where to go so he stayed at home,no light and even when there was.

    Guy man started using style to be friendly. I wasn't interested cos this man has shown me shege. To cut the story short, he talked to my best friend and she in turn talked to me and made me see reasons to give him another chance.. We're still working it on it though and I really hope I'll eventually truly forgive him and be happy again.

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    1. Please just try ND work things out with him

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    2. Is he cheating or physically abusive? If not, then work on your marriage but be smart about it.

      Your friend is a good friend for advising you to give him another chance. That being said, be careful. Do not give the devil an opportunity.

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    3. I hope he repents genuinely and not circumstantial repentance,
      I destest ungrateful people , a person is doing her best to provide for the home and the other is scattering the home .
      May the Lord truly help us as there is no rule book for a successful marriage .

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    4. the only problem here is poverty. Tea kwa? biscuit and caprisonne?
      please dont let anyone including your friend see the depth of your suffering.
      The day that your friend will finish you ehn? You will regret yourself.

      My partner is not working at all at the moment. But he still speaks my love language while I speak his. if gifts are your love language,tell your husband exactly what you want.

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    5. He is probably just trying to turn a new leaf because he is stuck. Be watchful!

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    6. Madam please try work things out with your husband..
      I understand how you feel . You can buy stuffs in retail instead of bulk buying. You can still be happy with your family in your own home. How long will you continue taking your kids outside their home to play?...don't allow your kids resent their father. Children are smart,they see everything. They may grow up with that mentality if finding happiness outside a HOME.....

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    7. You are bonding with a neighbor instead of your husband because of caprizone, biscuit and tea. Your mumu is colossal like the pandemic.

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    8. When a man cannot manage food it's a problem. Women can go hungry for their kids to eat but men cannot. It's a different case if there is abundance of food but when there is a shortage, at least, there be management in place. Soup cooked for a week can't finish in one day even though there are visitors it's just somehow.

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    9. I hope the change is permanent...please try to work things out with him.

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    10. 13:40 Yes beverages, biscuits, caprisonne. You can call it poverty. Don't pray to be left to shoulder every bill for someone who is ungrateful and wasteful because you will sing a different song. I experienced this when I was taking my masters courses. It was a flat. I noticed the boys weren't cooking. Always broke. Maybe one was pretending because the other one truly didn't have. I started cooking for everybody, buying water everything. The other one would help by doing dishes, fetching water etc and the other one would just eat on top of that he was feeling like it was his right. It had to stop. I got a feel of what it is like to be married to a man who doesn't provide or help around the house. The only thing I find wrong is hiding it in another person's house and I guess she doesn't have any other options.

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    11. until he starts f..king ur friend

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    12. Building your home depends on you. Taking the kids out everyday is not a solution. You guys should stay at home and bound. Look for games and play

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    13. 21:52 geddifok with that archaic, barbaric, local reasoned. That's why we have so many DOA dead on arrival marriages.

      Did she marry a stick insect????

      It is the responsibility of BOTH partners in the marriage.

      BOTH

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    14. You are wicked woman. it clear and obvious your husband is broke and that is the reason you now completely despise him. If it was a man that is maltreated his wife this way, many here will scream run and call him all sort of names. madam, You are selfish and wicked. No matter how bad it is, do not treat a man you call Husband in that manner not even an house help. That your. neighbour might pretend to support whatever you are doing, but I am sure she is gossiping you behind your back.

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    15. Bonding with a selfish man, you didn't read where she said he started work and started spending it on his family? Didn't he know he had children and a wife? You are not a mumu madam, you did the right thing. I pray his change is genuine. God bless your home.

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  13. The only good thing about this lockdown for me is my new found hubby for reading...currently,on 'the copper scroll'.

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  14. I was working first week lockdown started. I couldn't continue as a result of transportation issue. Now I'm jobless.....
    Hmmm life goes on

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  15. I've been doing a lot of learning. I did some online courses, I learnt how to bake some pastries, I even learnt how to make liquid soup and I made some yesterday..... In all, God has been faithful

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  16. I have a feeling am wasting time... Really wish to learn new things so I can help bring food on the table

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  17. My own is to rant cos am feeling so lonely.I pray this pandemic should come to an end.Even with the lift my life won't be the same again

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  18. I've been working online and it's been so tedious and with everyone at home, we now spend so much on food and snacks.

    We're always craving things to eat.
    Arghhhhh

    I can't wait for all these to be over.

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  19. The lockdown is a time of many discoveries. I really bonded with my neighbours esp the ladies/women as we've been "hello/hi" neighbours.

    Though I've been working from home, I had to make some food stuff I couldn't make myself,b4 now - pap, soya beans bevearage, etc.

    I have time to do some reading to d extent that if not for family & work pressures, I'll start another PG course after this period. But no way, not after d last one led me to start using medicated glasses - old age academic things.

    It's a good eye opener - I never knew I could do without going to church building for service for even a week.

    I now feel like working from home till I retire, which is NOT even POSSIBBLE. Omasé oo!

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  20. During the lockdown, the kind people became kinder and the devilish ones became more devilish. I worked once a week during the lockdown and I was always getting lifts. Some collected number, most of them didn't. What tripped me was that most of them would spray hand sanitizer on your hand when you enter. At a point I became afraid make person no spray me wetin I no know. My neighbor saw me waiting for a car and passed. I guess he had gone far and turned. He told me to sit in the owners corner (social distancing) 😀 At every checkpoint they thought he was carrying oga madam. 😀 He went out of his way to drop me somewhere good. This was someone that always had this mean look. Only greetings connected us. Other than that, I exercised more, read books, listened to music. I have a new love for country music and reggae. Also went out one or two times. Some joints still opened coded(ly).Of course we maintained social distance.

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    1. In Nigeria of today, people are not scared to accept lifts from strangers?! You try o.

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  21. No lock Down for hubby and I, we are both essential workers. However, we still managed to have an unplanned lockdown pregnancy. So we are leaving the lockdown pregnant.

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    1. Use condom, una no go hear. You think its for single people alone?

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    2. Thank you dearest anonymous but we can comfortably take care of our growing family and more to come. We are very happy with the newest addition and we are very grateful to God. Now, you can wear ur condom on your head..abi, no be lockdown chronicles be dis.

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    3. Yay 💃I love this kind of news. ❤️

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    4. Congrats to you and hubby. It's a good news.

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  22. This coronavirus is affecting my marriage plan. I am supposed to return to Nigeria to carry out my marriage rites during the summer holiday, with the way things are going, *afraid* is catching me. 🤦‍♀️
    And I haven't told oga that i'm having second thoughts on returning,he will swear for me. 🤭

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  23. Sometimes, I think marriage in Nigeria is more than just an emotional, psychological and societal requirement. It includes, I suppose, economic improvement and empowerment. Otherwise, how can you agree to an arrangement that outs your ten year old son that needs the nuclear family set up for his development even more than yourself. One question,if you were the authentic financial arm of the family would you have agreed to this and do you think he would have agreed if the boy was his.

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  24. I am really fed up, since lockdown myself and hubby only had sex twice. He doesn't last more than 2 min. Before I come he has released. I have talked with him severally to improve. But he doesn't seem to bother about it. I want more, I want to be satisfied sexually. I am tired. He rarely kisses me and he wont do foreplay. He has refused to change. We have been married for 6 years now with 2kids. I told him yesterday I will get a dildo, he said he will trash it. I don't understand what the problem is

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    1. Are you married to my husband?So on this table.Tired of complaining.

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  25. Stuck in Europe till airports open up, children in Lagos, husband in Ibadan, but being safe at this time is very important.

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    1. Hope you are keeping close contact with the kids, and those watching them are people they are safe with.

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