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Monday, September 06, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

81 comments:

  1. No be me o!

    Thank God for the full fun! I can't even complain. Bored ke? Nibo? Oluwaseun!

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    1. Me too o. I thank God. God answered my prayers with extra jara wey pass the main order.

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    2. πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„....chai I receive favor too oo

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    3. 😊😊😊 Amen. @ Candy.

      Ijeoma, m'banu. It's Thanksgiving o. Who I be nah? Na God o

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  2. I am one year and already lonely

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    1. Wow, this is serious.


      Lovelace

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    2. Sowie
      Why is it so

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    3. Because money no de, talk true

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    4. Sorry sugar
      Hugs from here....

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    5. One of the reasons is that most of you dismiss your close friends the moment you became Mrs, thinking your husband would feel that void. But that almost never happens as husband still has his own friends.

      Also, some of you get married without beginning a career/business hence you're at home with nothing except house chores to do.

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    6. It is well dear. Talk about it with him. Find your spice.

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    7. Many of the men are married but living single

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  3. It's lack of care, attention and affection from their partners.

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  4. Married men start feeling lonely after 1 week of marriage.

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  5. If everything is centred around their husband and being married, its bound to happen.

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  6. Well, mine is about 2yrs and we are far from lonely atm. Hubby sings "it's good to be married" almost everyday. Me? Having the best time of my life
    Marriage is sweet my people. Abi 2yrs is too early to say sef😴

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    1. Enjoy sis, may it continue to be sweet.

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    2. Enjoy dear. More joy, peace and blessings on your home. Amen

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  7. The honeymoon phase lasts 6months to 2yrs, and then flaws are beginning to be revealed, aka see finish. That's why its advisable to marry your friend, so even when the love wanes, and it does in every union at some point, you still have juicy gossips to share and laugh.

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  8. I think it's the presence of the kids which creates a gap between the couple.

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  9. Me I'm not.

    Though on the quite side(talk when it's necessary)
    Hubby is the chit chat one
    He keeps me entertained with even gist of the 70s.

    Then pressing body(he can touch for Africa) my bumbum don suffer for him hand.

    And others stuffs, why should I be lonely?

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  10. Me i dey kampe, no boredom, no loneliness.

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  11. It's lack of attention and proper commitment, truth be told, majority of Nigeria men are irresponsible and plain useless.

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    1. Madam please not all Nigerian men are useless

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    2. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ who provoked you?

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    3. Slimzy she said MAJORITY not ALL

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    4. Please don't speak ill of your father like that, have some respect

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  12. It's deep. A lot of factors contribute to that. A lot. If you're in that shoe now, I'll say, find and do that thing you feel makes you happy. Happiness is key.

    Let me stop here.😯

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  13. I personally don't see myself ever getting bored in my marriage, we are friends and also gossip partners and we have ways of having fun πŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜›
    Well every marriage has its own challenges and I'm hopeful that our friendship will sustain us in the midst of the storm ❤️❤️❤️

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    1. How can you be married and lonely when distance is not barrier?
      Though you used 'new generation'.
      One thing I learnt from my parents marriage, they gist every evening on how the day was like.
      Unless men that keep late nights.




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  14. Either they do not have kids within this period (May the Lord grant the heart desires of all TTC ladies. Amen)
    Or
    They married not for companionship or Love for their husbands but for vanities; money, fame, greed, abroad and so on
    Or.
    They do not know Jesus as their Lord and Savior. Yes, from my experience, no day is boring with Jesus.
    If you believe it shout and AMEN! Amen!
    😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁
    I've been more than a dozen years in marital journey and everyday is bliss and joy.
    When we are together, we hardly have enough time for the things we want to talk about and do together
    😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

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  15. Not lonely per say. Overwhelmed more like it.
    I was a happier girlfriend than wife.

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  16. What is the source of this conclusion pls? That aside noone is responsible for making you feel whole and complete and happy as a person. Not even your spouse. Problem is that Nigerian women are taught that after marriage all their loneliness problems will be solved and they will finally be complete. Nigerian men on the other hand are given free room to fly and learn new hobbies, hone skills without judgement and they rarely ever let go of their longtime friendship group. So they have those hobbies and things to escape into. That's important as your partner cannot possibly be available 24/7. Nigerian women, on the other hand, once marriage enter they will start forming stupid unnecessary enmity against their single friends and think every single lady is out to snatch their happiness. They're not urged as young ladies to pursue passions n hobbies outside domestic duties like cooking, cleaning. So when hubby ain't around to entertain them, boredom sets in. My own theory sha

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    1. no one is responsible for making you feel whole and complete and happy as a person. Not even your spouse.

      πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    2. Gbam. It took going abroad for me to know that we really don't have a culture of hobbies in Nigeria. Our hobbies are mainly reading, attending events and gisting. Hobbies are a great way to develop skills, confidence and broaden knowledge. I wish more young women have that before marriage. Just that sense of identity and passion for something else. Some hobbies can even turn into careers. Of course we don't have many hobby options as abroad where they have all sorts but we need to broaden the scope for our kids.

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  17. That's what happens when you are taught that getting married will solve your problems. Such a mindset only leads to disappointing reality. The only person responsible for making u feel any type of way is you alone. Your partner is just a bonus to enjoy that self love with.

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  18. Marriage is over rated....I wish I'm a rich baby mama, all of una shouting that a woman should marry so as not to be lonely later in life,what about widows?? Nothing is guaranteed,live your life

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    1. mama sef is over rated. Get your shit together. That's all. You want to just sit down and be taken kiarof abi??

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  19. Lack of attention and care

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  20. 14yrs of God's goodness, not without Challenges sha ooo

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  21. Me that is lonely in my relationship, what will I now say???

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    1. It's just a relationship not marriage nah

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  22. These days our sons are overwhelmed by loneliness and regrets days after the wedding. In my days, it took a long while before loneliness and regrets sets in. Women were very honest, compassionate, understanding, tolerant , accommodating, empathetic and prayerful. Women didn't go into marriages filled with hate for their in-laws and their husbands friends. Women did not pray for the death of their future mother in laws . Women were not enslaving thier husbands with kayamata( whatever it's called) and other nonsense

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  23. Well,am not lonely
    Just secretly dyeing n tired of my soon changing position
    Then publicly smiling daily n pushing like all is well.
    I can't complain coz yes only God can help ,so am being strong as I keep praying for more strength started 2nd year in marriage n now 12years ...time will make so many abnormal to be normal in marriage only God knows your pain
    No man can ever help
    So loneliness to me is a thing of d mind,you could talk yourself out of it

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  24. The secret is to continue to spice up the marriage and allow people be themselves.Allow and respect personal space and boundaries.Spontaneous vacations,surprises spa visits,hang out together,know and do what the other person likes to do with them,gifts(just for the fun of it and not just on special days)eat out together..the list is endless and it should be both ways.Last thing is,take care of your body and health(man or woman).Do not give up on your body and continue to feed your mind.

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  25. As long as you look up to someone else to feel complete or happy this things will always come up.
    Women throw away everything to get married and then when they get married,they realize that it's those things that they threw away that are actually important to sustain the marriage e.g. old friends, hobbies, goals, money e.t.c.

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  26. I learn a lot in this blog daily

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  27. One keep learning new things everyday

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  28. Probably being neglected by either party and clinching to social media

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  29. Mine is 6 month and I already feel lonely and discouraged

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  30. Hmmmmmmmm they need rebranding lol

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