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Sunday, August 16, 2020

Sunday In House Gists - Couples Who Broke Up During Lockdown

The Coronavirus lockdown saw a lot of people dating and married break up...
The period gave them an insight into how life with the other person would be and they didn't like what they saw........









Are you one of those whose relationship or marriage was affected by the lockdown?Or you know someone who was?

Give us the full gist!

102 comments:

  1. Hmm my dear, for me, I don't know if it's break up or semi break up. Boo was supposed to see my people but Corona came and stopped it,now he is developing cold feet towards the marriage telling me so many things, I was heart broken.
    I don't know but all I know is I am praying to God to take control. if he is meant for me or not, let God's will be done. I have been a good woman but I guess it isn't paying off for me. Its well

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    1. Please keep being a good woman. It’s for your own peace of mind.
      I know what I’m saying.
      It is well with you.

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    2. Sending you hugs and kisses Anonymous 14:06, all will work together for your good and it will end in celebration ๐ŸŽ‰

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    3. ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—
      Since you have committed to God trust him enough that he would do that which would gladden your heart.

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    4. @anonymous 14.06 I like your prayer point.God will sure lead you right intense of life partner.

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    5. Keep being good. It will save you from a lot

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    6. The lockdown helped my marriage. Made us closer. I think work pressure was beginning to take a toll before the lockdown. Grateful to God for everything

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    7. The best way for you to get God's will for you is to trust Him completely. If you do,take your hands off the wheel by not trying to convince your fiancรฉ. Don't try to influence him with begging or asking anyone to speak to him. Prayerfully step out of the relationship,shut it down. Believe in your own value through the eyes of who you are in God(Read the book of Isaiah if you are Christian). Keep your dignity inspite of how you feel about time and any other investment you have put into the relationship. Let him come for you if he is God's will for you. Don't be afraid to let him go if he doesn't. God will compensate you in ways that will in make you grateful in the future. He never fails those who trust in Him. I am a living testimony to fact that He is a wonder working God.

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  2. I broke up with my exboyfriend in July. We had being together since November last year
    During the lockdown he started feeling very frustrated with everything, debts here and there, failed businesses... So many things
    Whenever he felt low, he'd lash out on me, nag at me like I'm the reason behind his woes. I never failed to encourage him and pray with him. BTW we're not in same city.
    He also had an excessive need for attention. If he calls and I don't pick, wahala.
    The last time he yelled at me I ended it. No be me born am.

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    1. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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    2. ๐Ÿฅ‚๐Ÿฅ‚
      You're a survivor ๐Ÿ’ช

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    3. Gosh I dislike men like this.
      I’m glad you left.
      God bless.

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    4. Exactly,he should channel his faustration to something and use the time to hustle harder period.

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    5. Yes oo my sister, no be u born am. If he marry i, na every day beating

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    6. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ no be you born am my sister. The earlier you save your vanity, the better.

      SHE

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  3. This lockdown brought me and mine even closer

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  4. I have a neighbor that has three children. Two girls and a boy.Very cute looking and extra intelligent children.
    Prior to the lockdown,this man beats the wife ( not traditionally nor legally married) like say tomorrow no dey. We will be hearing him tell her to kneel,raise her hands in front of the children. Everybody talk tire say make she run before the man will kill her she refused. First week of the lockdown he beat her again almost to kill her and the children joined got angry and beat him. The eldest daughter is in Jss3. He got angry and sent them out.
    Next day,this man brought a woman home. That one stayed for a week. Following week, another one joined and it was now every week,new face

    My dad out of concern tried to ask him why he was behaving that way,this man has the guts to tell my dad that what's the use with life when he is HIV positive. That it was someone that have him and so he will share it. I overheard the conversation and was furious. Like isn't that criminal?
    I told my mom what I overheard and she said I better keep quiet and mind my business.
    For over a month now,there is one of those his plenty women that has been around. Just this morning I noticed that she is actually pregnant.
    I'm sure she must have wondered why I was looking at her for that long.

    I know this doesn't relate with the topic but just thought to drop this. Please always insist on a condom if you must have sex. People are heartless. For this woman's mind now she don see husband

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    1. Chai, maybe the first wife has it and don't even know.
      He is a wicked man

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    2. Hmmm he must be frustrated with his life and pouring it on his wife and kids he hasn't made peace with him self and headed for destruction..
      I pity the women that feel for him..

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    3. So the mumu didn't think of going to get his family back? If he falls very sick now he will remember he has a wife and children somewhere and start begging.
      I just hope his wife knows he is HIV positive, silly man.

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    4. Jesus is Lord!!!
      This man should be arrested.

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    5. @Marvel,please send that woman an anonymous message about her husband's status so can start taking ARVs biko.Hmmmmm,ladies need to be careful, HIV is real

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    6. He is a useless man and God will surely punish him.

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    7. Dietician I don't have her number. From what we heard,the children are now with people.
      The man is a commercial driver that drives Lagos and anambra to Uyo.
      Anon17:54 before nko.Of course I am lying so you can come and give me award.

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    8. how childish can some of you get? lies that it will put money in her account or what? mumu

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  5. My relationship almost got broken during the lockdown. Thank God for God. My boyfriend was acting up and lashing out on me. Thank God I was mature about the whole thing.

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    1. Why was he lashing out at you? I hope you have not become a doormat in the name of being mature? Just so you know, whatever traits you see in relationship will multiply in marriage

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    2. Sweetheart,leave this thank God for God matter, hope you're not forcing things and trying to manage this just to get married,if he's showing sign of not interested, please let go of him, marriage is too to endure his lashes and acts. I think you need to reconsider that your maturity,you worth more than that darling

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    3. Anony 15:11 and 15:14. Why do most of you people like bad news like this?.Do you even know if I was the cause of the lashing out sef. Must you guys always give unsolicited advice? I Know what is good for me and i will flee when i see a red flag in my relationship. Thanks for your advice but i don't really need it.

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    4. @ poster,sorry for the advice given earlier,I know your type very well, awon team "it rains everywhere" ,"a man cannot be faithful or men are naturally cheaters".Marry the love of life in peace

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    5. sorry o lover girl, you'll be okay laslas

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    6. If you were the cause of him lashing out, why are you claiming maturity? Or are you a gaslighter? We like bad news because you are who again? If you didn't want advice don't share your story here. We all can really see how mature you are from your reply. You know the advice hit a sensitive spot and that is why you are now lashing out like your boyfriend. In fact remain with him till he replaces you. Both of you deserve each other. Be sharing testimony of how your boyfriend nearly dumped you, don't concentrate on more important things in life.

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    7. Anon 14:31, kpele o lover girl. Dont start writing stella chronicles if he eventually marries yoi because that lashing out will turn to slaps and punches

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    8. Anon 16:05, I love your response ๐Ÿ˜˜
      Y'all should stop giving unsolicited advice. So what if he lashed out on her? Relationships have ups and downs so it's very okay to have issues and make up later.
      Y'all need to foh and mind yo damn business

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    9. It's just a pity that most of you Anons give a one size fit all advice. Most times people post comments to unburden their minds and not to get your unsolicited advice. For the fact that i post a comment about my relationship here doesn't mean my relationship isn't blissful. Most of you who give most of these nonsense advice are in really worse situationships but will never admit it. Misery loves company so i am not surprised. Anon 17:40 you don't need to remind me to concentrate on more important things in my life if you aren't doing the same madam. Keep your advice to better your lives and not give unsolicited advice like you did up there madam "I too sabi".

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    10. mature aunty yes we likebad news and give unsolicited advice the way you also give others....we are waiting for your chronicles here.....set awon do aything to be mrs..eku maturity

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  6. The locked brought us closer and God used it for our good

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  7. If anything, this lockdown made us stronger.
    We realized we are definitely meant for each other.

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  8. i won't say the lock down affected us negatively or positively..
    He was meant to come back to nigeria but due to the lock down couldnt we have been having issues long before but the lock down but it was an opportunity for me to just take a deep breath and organise my life..
    And now things are looking up a bit.. i don't even have his time just focused on my kids and goals and he has noticed all the strides and now famzing he is proud of me odiegwu..na corner eye mode i dey I've learnt my
    lesson and even if we reconcile i will just look out for me and my kids these men ain't worth it..only jesus has your back 100% putting your trust in man is futile and I'm glad I'm not the naive little girl i was.

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    1. I am so happy to read this my sister. If you do reconcile make sure he EARNS the right to be with you and your kids. Don't let him drag you down again biko.

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  9. Nothing changed jare, the husband was still going out the way he used to before lockdown except we got to watch all the series we could during the lockdown

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  10. Mine got married๐Ÿ’”

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    1. ๐Ÿ™†๐Ÿ™†๐Ÿ™†๐Ÿ™†
      Another one will come knocking soon

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    2. Oh dear
      Then he wasn't yours
      Yours would come

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  11. Lockdown brought I and my husband closer.My husband works offshore so due to lockdown he has been around than before.First we had tension over redundancy in his work place but thank God he was not among.We plan and strategize more.We talk more and we gbensh like it is going out of fashion.It so crazy that I am constantly wet.We have bonded so much and I pray we keep living in peace as our six year Anniversary is coming up next week.It had a positive side for me.I feel marriage is intentional and if your partner's head is correct you can always pull through.

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    1. Thank God for you, your home is blessed

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    2. Good for you, God bless your home.

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    3. True talk! God bless you and your home. May we all have partners whose heads are correct in Jesus name.

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  12. A couple I know, the wife ran away to her father's house during the lockdown due to hunger.She couldn't stand to see her kids cry cos of no food,her husband is a mechanic.She came back after the lockdown and the man accepted her back.

    Lockdown period was too stressful for me because I got to know my husband much better because we are working class and so our annual leaves were different months.. I got to know he is not romantic,but wetin man go do.

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  13. We became much in love and closer during the lockdown... My sister in law understood me better because we go visiting,I cherish her more now than before. That first two months was like my first year or two in marriage, very stressful and you must see some impections you were too busy to see cos of work.We are good now and have adjusted or compromised.

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  14. I was a third grade side chick. We hook up only to fuck, we are colleagues.
    Lockdown, he went home, kept calling and talking shit, I can't deal with the shit no more so I quietly stop picking or speaking or chatting with him.
    Let him not come back and start saying shit again cos I have repented. Besides his sex is whack, I do most of the work. Being a side chick is hard, me I be side hen sef, cos na gran mama I be sef, but as a divorcee what can I do when body begin do me shiwu shiwu

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    1. ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃsilly girl๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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    2. na wa for you ...

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    3. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

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    4. you downgrade mheen, from divorcee to 3rd degree side chick.

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    5. sex is wack get a sex toy and stop disgracing yourself with colleague. imagine how they will be talking behind your back...some women sef, learn to carry yourself with respect abeg...wait for a mature big boy to be a side chick too, no be side chick with colleague wey you go dey do all the work for bedroom

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  15. The lockdown made me detest my babe presence. She has always been around but I leave early in the morning and come back late at night. I only spend time with her on Sundays and everything was cool. Having her around during the lockdown makes me irritated. Worst she doesn't know how to cook so that doubled my irritation. It affected the way I related with her. She left in June. I have called to apologize about my behavior but I don't know if this marriage thing will work out

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    1. If you truly loved her, you could have taught her how to cook

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    2. No be only if you truly love her taught her how to cook..๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿฝ‍♂๐Ÿ™„
      Bruh no reason her abeg..take any dissesion dat will make you happy bruh...don't settle for less biko..put yurself first cus any girl dat dont know how to cook don't have a home training @alllllll...Do you bruh๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿพ

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    3. @iyke Desmond, I won’t even say anything about your point of view. Check your spelling and grammar!!!!

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    4. @iyke Desmond what's the point of going into a relationship if you can't assist one another and help each other. This person you're asking to move on and never settle for less do you also think she wants to settle for less???
      We all have our own short comings has human and we don't know it all.He could have still taught her how to cook if he truly loves her genuinely

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    5. Your problem in that relationship goes beyond her ability to cook. You are just simply tired of her.
      When a girl is available all the time for a man, see finish dey enter.

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  16. So, did my introduction February and we set Trad & White wedding for May. Then came the lockdown,so we had no choice than shifting it.

    Truth was I was not really in love and I couldn't see him as my lifetime husband. I really felt God was giving me a chance to re evaluate the whole thing, so I called the engagement off. It was not easy because I have been going back and forth for 4 years on if I wanted to go through with the marriage or not.

    I now feel free because I know I made the right decision. A broken engagement is better than a broken marriage at the end of the day.

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    1. sorry for what happened babe,I'm really happy you reevaluated things before saying I do,I pray love finds you soon

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    2. All the best to you. I hope love finds you soon ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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    3. Bvs would v yabbed if this was sent by a man but it's a woman now.You wasted a man s time for 4 years n called engagement off just like that . Weldonr ma

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  17. The lockdown revealed to me what a slimy, sneaky, pretentious man I married. Discovered all his lies and cheating that got me questioning if I really knew the person I married.
    I couldn't wait for the lockdown to be over, so he could return to work and I move on with my life, but some how, God had other plans... however, i am on edge in this marriage, and will never ever trust this man, it's only a matter of time before i figure out my next move.

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  18. I got exposed during the lockdown. Wifee found out about my side chick and made the house uninhabitable. I broke it off with the side piece and have been trying to mend the marriage. We are still together. since I broke up with the chick, things have been getting better in many ways especially financially and in my business. I don't retire from side chick things!

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    1. Good for you anonymous. I hope you learn to respect your wife.

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    2. You sef you see am say e no dey pay. It brings about a curse and takes away the favor of God from your life and marriage. Remember a three fold cord is not easily broken. Jesus is the ultimate. Love and light

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    3. Anon 18:07 ntorrr #tongueout# good you realized it.

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    4. lol...happy retirement..am happy you don change..i hope for good sha.nothing dey outside. marriage na hardwork, so water your grass well

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  19. Honestly I don't even know sef. This lockdown we never had any disagreements and he was more attentive and loving but I dont know if its pregnancy and post pregnancy hormones at work but I just feel like I dont love him as much anymore. He did something that hurt me deeply early this year and I thought I had moved past it but its obvious I'm still harboring some resentment.

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  20. Hmmm.This lockdown actually made me understand my husband more.We have never been together for three months straight since the beginning due to the nature of his job(off shore);but due to the redundancy we av been together.And our sex life...Wheeew!! Like on a daily basis;na me dey run sef.The only let down is the reduced cash inflow..but it's well.

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  21. @iyke Desmond, when ladies in this house give advice based on WCW, we the league of gentleman read and pass but flip the coin and one woman will go anonymous and become an English teacher๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜„

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  22. Well, we broke up after the lockdown, after we didnt see for more than 3months,he said he couldn't cope with the sex cos i have a low libido, but i was great at every other aspect, someone that doesn't even know how to turn me on...all he does is bring out d** and chook inside pu**y. Mmmtttcchhheeewww

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