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    1. No oo, his brain cells will not be complete again plus the trait might be passed to our offsprings

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    1. If he's cured why not? No one knows tomorrow. Refusing to marry a man bcos of his past medical history of mental illness is synonymous to discrimination which is bad.

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    2. Until u wake up one night and see him dancing azonto n laughing hysterically.

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    3. Blackberry you are a crazy sombori

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  3. Hmmm na wa ooo.

    The question strong oo stella.

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    1. Being once diagnosed with mental illness is not a death sentence. It's just like having high blood pressure, HIv or diabetes and taking your medications. In fact people with psychiatric problems are even safer and live longer than the rest. Except if they refuse to take their drugs, that's when there will be problems

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    2. No I can't because, I'd be living in fears and sleeping with one eye closed. Except I didn't know before we got married...

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    3. My sis married one has ran away oooo.

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  4. Hell No.
    This is not even a question.

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    1. Big no...n mental illness is inherited, even if he's cured, one kid will get it...but it's never fully cured. They always snap.

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  6. HELL NOOOO. I can't do that to my sweet self, abeg.

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    1. Make person no go commot my eye when the brain touch.

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  7. This one is hard ooo tbh, what if it’s genetic? and affects our kids or lineage? yes am thinking ahead before considering marrying anyone πŸ˜’πŸ˜‚

    but ISAACBABA even the bible says affliction shall not tise a second time. yes i know but e get why i dey fear, baby i want you to be MADly in love with me forever and i don’t want you to misunderstand me


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    1. You are on point, so no can do

      This question is scary biko

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  8. No, I can't......

    There's this guy that wanted to marry me but his thought process is crazy.... I think he has a mental issue or he had one!!!

    I ran faster than my shadow🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

    Very quiet and calm, you won't even know he can talk..... When he starts ehnnnnn, na die!!! At a point, I started doubting my sanity 😩😩😩😩😩😩😩

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    1. Thank God you ran 4:40,He would have succeeded in turning you into a mini psycho.

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣

      Thank God for you, we for read your chronicle.

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  9. No
    might think he's reasoning might be as a result from his history.

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  10. This one hard ooo. But some people who had it might not tell their spouse,they get married,use drugs secretly and no episodes or drama. Just like the case of those that had HIV before marriage and they didn't tell their partner,but use their drugs religiously and secretly,gave birth to healthy babies. I read one or two cases on SDK blog.

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  11. God forgive me but I can't. Mbanu!

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    1. God forgive us both
      Mbanu too
      May God heal those who are mentally sick.

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  12. Simply nope cos it might resurface

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  13. I don't think so o. Mk I no carry wetin go pass my power.

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  14. As in mad person wey pull cloth trowey??? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      You're not ok abeg!! "wey pull cloth trowey" Na the ones wey no dey "pull cloth trowey" better?
      LmaooπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

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    2. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  15. Naa. Possibility of being set off is high

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  16. Lol I don't know for now oo. Maybe, it depends

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    1. You even added signs, oriegwu πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  18. I'm currently dating someone who has irrational behaviour. Talks unnecessary, use everything you've ever told him to insults me and when you tell him, he'll feigh ignorance asking when he said such hurtful words.
    I think its mental issue

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    1. Its called gaslighting and men are very guilty of doing this. They'd do something bad to you and when you call them out, they'd either feign ignorance or call you crazy. Dump him.

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    2. Jesus Christ!! What did i jus read? Say wat?

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    3. Please change your opening sentence to "I used to date"... ASAP!

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    4. ..and you're still with him?

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£, Sorry love but this comment made me laugh, lol.
      Who knows, it might be. You know there's this saying about madness being of different levels🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️ lol.

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    6. Read up about Narcissistic Personality Disorder. It’s a mental condition too. Stop telling that guy serious stuff about you.

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    7. @Chisom,

      Ala di na udi n’udi 🀣🀣🀣

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    8. Nooo..this never crase yet.

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    9. My dearrrrr, RUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

      Take it from me

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    10. @prettiest Rosie, ihota ife olu nye.
      Ala di n'udi nu di nne oo.

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    11. Ok maybe him don kolo, you wey open eye still dey date this kind yeye fowl nko? Wetin you be?

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  19. NO! Including the one showing signs of it.

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  20. Never! So I'll wake up one night and see him laughing hysterically??? No ooooo!!!

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣, eheen, you join in the laughing spree naw, lol.

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    2. OMG! I practically Lmao πŸ˜‚ πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚, please o you people should take it easy.

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  21. Azin ara/igiri hey mba nu

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  22. Stellakoko, mba nu oooo.... Oso Di ya

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Okwa eh, ezigbo oso

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  23. Japa..πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½πŸƒπŸ½

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  24. Anxiety, depression? Yeah

    Pure madness as in remove cloth run mad... I'm sorry I can't.

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  25. Hmmmmm, if he has been declared f8t and he's completely OK ,why not

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  26. this is hard but since it's in the past now and there's no fear of future crisis,one should consider it






    not me though

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  27. No oo Stella.

    There's this saying by my people that, Even if a mad person is cured, their soliloquy will never be cured.

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  28. What kind of psychiatric issues are we talking about? If it's something like Dissociative personality disorder, bipolar disorder, sociopathy/psychopathy, schizophrenia or any other disorder that are potentially dangerous to me, it's a no.

    I can deal with anxiety, ADHD and maybe depression.

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    1. LolπŸ˜‚
      Before u go resemble dragon for ya husband's eye & mind. Then na to slay u with axe & sword πŸ—‘ be that.

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  29. No oooo, except it's kept as a secret which most family usually keep as family secret.

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  30. No.
    There is this Igbo saying that "no matter how you cure a mad person, you can't cure their soliloquy"

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  31. I’m sorry but I can’t.
    Some mental illness can be inherited and I wouldn’t want that for my kids. No offense to anyone who’s been there before on here.

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  32. No I can't πŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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  33. Once a weere is always a weere

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  34. Yes, I can so far he's taking his pills and attending his clinics.

    People saying NO NO is the reason people with mental health issues hide this medical history from their intending partners.

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    1. What if one day he refuses to take his pills and his mind is telling him you want to kill him so he has to kill you first?

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    2. Don't mind them, that's why some of them will hide their battles till they marry and later open up.

      Always have an open mind cos it could be you.

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    3. Anon 19.33, then you die. One thing must kill a man. After all we read every day of people killing their relatives even when they are obviously sane.

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    4. Anon, a mentally ill patient that has been faithful with his meds can't just wake up one day and stop...U get? and him/her skipping a dose for a day or two won't make him/her want to kill you....U get?

      And as an understanding person, you know what to do when ur partner starts skipping a dose; u'll just have to contact his/her doctor.

      Hope you know some people develop this illness AFTER Marriage/childbirth (delivery) or will you opt out of the marriage cos ur sick hubby or wife will wake and kill you one day?

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    5. AnonπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  35. Ha!!!! My people will say "Ko Ki n tan Lara Omo Oba Ko Ma Ku Dansaki". This one go difficult ooo. It's a continue journey of healing if treated but I no get liver...

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    1. Dear Lord 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  36. it depends on the kind of issues and if the afflicted admits it and is trying to manage it.

    long storytime

    i have a friend, ajebutter, gentleman, awon 'open door for you' 'give you flowers' type,upper middle class, as prfect as he presents himself, wife of his youth left him, he is, highly social but in his own words 'when he is high on his oowwiee he is high, but when he is low, its the lowest of low and he rather not see anyone or he will use terrible words on them that cant be taken back, ladies have fallen into depression cus of his mouth...nonetheless he has f..c.kd half of abuja babes cus of his charm and packaging and has now moved on to babes in the south east awon onitsha,enugu,abia babes. He feels he has a handle on his issue but truth is he is a drug&opiod addict. Suppliers know him in Victoria island wella

    Another one, he cant even hide his erection on sighting a fine lady, he talks a lot, when his psychosis manifest, he talks with spittle pouring out of his mouth, he doesnt know personal space, insults a lot, dresses anyhow.can leave staff toilet without washing hands yet try to deep his hand in your food flask. The wife oh his youth left him with their kids, he insults her with malicious words. As nigeria na man's world na, he got a highly sought after job in a place far from his iguebe hometown. He displays his madness there, not paying attention in a meeting, randomly speaking to someone in a meeting nvironment when MD has the floor. las las one teenager that felt she has landed goldmine, got pregnant for him, she moved into his place and discovered the mental state of this man. Her eyes are gradually opening, but no one to turn to, or talk to. He can leave her in the housestarving while he randomly jumps trailer going anywhere. he can show up with a bloody nose all bcos of 'i no get change'. He nevr admits he has an issue and is certainy not treating it.

    The 3rd one is a completeajebo, son of an equally ajebutter minister. He tells you straight away that he has a psychatric problem one of its effects is that he is always horny, as in constantly hard. married to oyibo for more than a decade, no kids, so he wants to try naija babes. I respect him the most bcos he knows he has an issue and is on medication.

    i myself am not too ok sef. Started with my mothers harshness with me. i feel she hates me.
    I know am not prfect But the differenc is that i know it and am working on it

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  37. Indeed many are mad few are roaming..see all them ladies saying no and most of them are even mad without knowing judging from their reasoning as regards serious matters.i keep saying most female bvs here needs to visit a pyschatrist for evaluation..
    Oh yes I can marry someone with such. The feeling is genuine and love !

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Ok o

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    2. Lol...and yes u will definitely marry one.

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  38. Indeed many are mad few are roaming..see all them ladies saying no and most of them are even mad without knowing judging from their reasoning as regards serious matters.i keep saying most female bvs here needs to visit a pyschatrist for evaluation..
    Oh yes I can marry someone with such. The feeling is genuine and love !

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  39. I know a man who had mental illness but recovered and was placed on drugs. His fiancee rejected him ooo. But today he's married to someone else with 3 kids and doing well for himself. All these people saying no never jam money. Did Sanwoolu not have mental illness? Is he not a governor today? I'm sure many of you saying no wouldn't mind being his 2nd or even 3rd wife. A lot of people will definitely suffer from worse illnesses in their lifetime. Mental illness is not so bad because it can be managed with medications. There are health conditions worse than being previously diagnosed of mental illness. Being bedridden and in a vegetative state or having spinal cord injury is far worse. Having one upper limb amputated is worse. Being blind or deaf and dumb is worse, cancer, etc. To each his own sha. As for me, there's nothing wrong with marrying such a person if she's a good person and managing her condition with medications. It was in the olden days that mental illness was such a big deal. Today so many terrible diseases have taken over mental illness.

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  40. There are situations people find themselves in marriage that are far worse than marrying someone that was previously mentally ill. I know a man whose wife has been in coma for 6 years. The suffering he passes through is not something to write home about. Abeg there's nothing wrong with marrying such a person if they're religious with their medications.

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  41. I once dated a guy that in my mind,I think he has mental issues.
    It's good to date someone that loves you more than you love him,yes. But this one,he was OBSESSED to a sickening state. I had to pick my running shoes. Even with all my plenty baggage,there are some people one has to reject abeg.

    So no,I'm not sure I would

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  42. I can never,before i mad join.

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  43. I once dated one and one day he said, l will kill you and will not go to jail for it.
    Because the state will protect me.
    After that statement, l started carrying my bag, infact the way I left was natural,he begged me forever, and l didn't even tell him the reason l left.

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  44. Such a shame that people with mental illness in Nigeria are stigmatised. Ignorant lots.

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  45. But do u know that Ted Turner is living with serious mental illness diagnosis & he on daily dosage/ medication of Lithium, one of the strongest anti psychotic medications. He's the CNN founder & a billionaire, former husband of Jane Fonda.
    He does function well on daily basis & has not harmed himself or his family members & others so far.

    Alma Powell (Gen. Collin Powell's wife) is also living with a serious mental illness diagnosis & on medication.

    Kanye West & so many others who r very successful & highly achieving like that, who r functioning well daily with an enduring mental health problem.

    I guess it depends on the individual, he/ she must be committed about taking their medications & also keep a healthy lifestyle to prevent any relapse episodes.

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    1. Kanye west get mental issue?

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  46. Chineke meee! Osi gini? Psychiatric, mbaaaa biko.

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