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Thursday, November 18, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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  1. Losing the father of my son to death while 7months pregnant at 20.

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    1. Mehn I cannot imagine how you pulled through kai !!

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    4. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜˜

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    5. Oh my😒😒😒
      So sorry about this

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    6. Miss Ess, only Winners like you, speak from the place of victory.
      Life was taken from your loved one and at the same time, you have life to another loved one.
      This is the third life experience this week,from women, that has shaken me.
      Ess Power Womanm !
      I salute you !

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    7. Oh your poor sweetheart... sorry love

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    8. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—❤😘
      It is well dear.

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    9. Caring for someone with special needs. Adult or child. It's not easy at all.

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    10. So sorry..mine was having a still birth at 7 months.

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    12. Sorry dear,sorry.I wonder how you pulled through.

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  2. Dating my boyfriend gush he has ghosted me since August till date without any issues. Infact the last time we spoke was all fun.

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    1. I hate this ghosting of a thing, it's so immature and disrespectful .

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    2. Why do some people do this?. What happens to telling the person your mind. This here hurts.

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    3. Very nonsense behaviour πŸ™„

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  3. Guilt of sin
    Jesus set me free from it
    😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

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    1. 🀼‍♀️πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°Choco loveπŸ’‹❤️πŸ’•

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    2. God has gat you Darling... He's gatchu

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    3. I don't know what it is you've been through but I believe a day will come when those emotions of grief and anxiety will no longer be there.It is well with you Choco noir.sending hugs to you.

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  5. Seeing my mates get called to the bar the first time 🀦. I don't know how I survived that period of my life.

    I had conditional pass (failed criminal Lit) and wasn't called when I was supposed to, see, I just thank God for today because I can't begin to describe how I felt that period. My mom told me she was always coming to my room at midnights to make sure I was still breathing.

    Thank you Lord!

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    1. Thank God for you Sandra Baby ❤️❤️

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    2. Hmm this right here is not a joke due to my health challenges I had to redo my bar exam hmm lol when I look back I'm just eternally grateful I've experienced a couple of stuff in this life but God saw me through.

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    3. It's painful seeing your mates go ahead of you. I can remember when a colleague whom we got employed same day got promoted due to religion and left me behind. I did not sleep not eat for two days. If l want to talk...na tears πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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    4. I can imagine how you felt. Common Nysc batch B that I missed, I wanted to die(well I hadn't lost my dad then. So maybe I would've known real pain). I went for batch C🀦

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    5. Hmm... things we go through in life,it is well.

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  6. Death of my mother , I never knew my family will ever laugh again , 2015 was very tough for us

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    1. It's well dear ❤️❤️☺️❤️

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    2. That of death still scares me, I'm still afraid to even talk about it.
      when bad times hit us in this life,it's difficult to believe that things will get better, but sooner or later we get to overcome.Life is full of lessons and only the tough survive.

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  7. Mockery of not having a child.

    Most Nigerians are not nice to a TTC woman. Even in the church.

    It's draining

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    1. Your testimony is coming soon πŸ™

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    3. Thy lord will perfect it for you

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    4. May the Lord come through for you. You will testify.

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    5. You will soon testify in Jesus name

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    6. You will cuddle your triplets soon...

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    7. You will never understand this till you feel it.

      God that said non shall be barren will come through for you. Hold firmly on the word of God. You will not just smile,. You will laugh loud. My friend was making mockery of her sister in-law who has been married for 12years without a child. You need to see this lady talk about this innocent woman. I warned her severally and left her alone with her hate. There was a time she and mum vowed that her brother must marry another woman. But loo and behold. This God that does not take permission before he blesses a person made that barren woman a mother of twins last month. We went to visit her in the hospital and she was just crying. Jesus.. i wu dachi!!

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    8. You'll surely testify πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    9. Carry your evidence in Jesus name. Amen

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    10. It is so much pain. God will answer our prayers and we will laugh last

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    11. Very soon dearπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜˜

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    12. Your miracle will locate you soonest. I've said a word of prayer for you

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  8. Being married to my ex. I almost lost all my hair due to depression. That L am alive today is a testimony.

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    1. Wow
      Well im glad you found the strength to move on.

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    2. Never knew depression can affect the hair. So sorry. You will laugh again. The Lord will heal your heart and give you a man that will love you.

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  9. When I was about 22 years old I was so reckless like on a self-destruct mode. I was having causal sex and sleeping with 5 men at the same time. God saved me that I never contacted any STIs. I got pregnant twice and aborted same for 2 men that were close to me. One wanted to marry me, I was young and naΓ―ve so I was stringing along until I was no longer interested in him.

    This guy around 40 years then embarrassed me in front of my parents and told them how promiscious I was. I wanted the ground to swallow me up. My father cursed me out about how I was a disgrace, I knew that I messed up and was not a good example to my younger one but the way my father talked to me it came from the place of hate, he went on and on for 2 days saying all sort then I became depressed and was gradually losing my mind. I almost committed suicide but my mother was a shining light she was like my Jesus she handled me with love and passion, she is the reason I am alive today. I have healed and moved on to better things

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    1. Forgive your father. He did not speak from the place of hate. He was pained to hear that his own daughter is wayward.. Maybe he has been bragging of you to his friends as a good and deciplined girl. Thank God you are a better person now. Most unwanted pregnancies comes from girls below 25 years.

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    2. God bless your mum. Ang, I hope you learn something from this, love and kindness has a positive effect on people as opposed to being judgemental and talking down on people.

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  10. So far it has to be my mother in-laws death.You know when a mother inlaw more concerned about your life(in a good way) than your biological mom?yeah I miss that woman

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  11. Seeking the fruit of d womb, getting pregnant and miscarrying it.
    I still haven't gotten over that mental ,low blow, low point torture.
    I am blessed now but those 12yrs where HELL

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    1. My pastor's wife is pregnant after 20 years of waiting. And it's just sad that a lot of people lack empathy and cannot bridle their tongues.

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    2. This! So sorry you went through that.
      My uncle and his wife were ttc for more 25yrs, with failed IVFs. When the wife was 49, one IVF worked. Twins. She lost one of the babies during delivery. Carried the other one home. Oh We celebrated this baby! A boy. He died 2wks later. We mourned this child. They still can't get over that incident. It's been 10yrs now

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    3. God can never be mocked
      Thank God for his blessings πŸ™

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    4. E hugs. Thank God fo wiping away your tears by making you a mother.

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    5. Omg Fidel😲😲

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    6. @Fidel, chaiπŸ’”πŸ’”. How're they now?

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    7. This is heartbreaking πŸ’” at Fidel.
      Chai!!!!

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    8. JΓ©sΓΉ this is sad but who are we to ask him questions he is Kabiosi. It is well.

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  12. Popsyz death. The pain is.....

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    1. Let me join this group hug.

      The sting of death can't be explained.

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    2. You guys make me want to cry.

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    3. HugssπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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    4. Still haven't got over my dad's death.
      Still looks like a movie.

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    5. It's very okay to cry. Sorry for your loss. I lost my cousin a week ago and I understand how it feels

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  13. Just passing 🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️ Because if I want to pen it down, this page will not contain besides they are things I'm fighting to put behind me so I don't want to bring it up again.

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  14. The loss of my baby in 2015. I was shattered, depressed and almost lost everything but thank God for His infinite Mercy.

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  15. Losing father. I was damn closed to him and I felt the death piercing me hard. Thank God for seeing my family through and staying true to us. Hasn't been easy but God's grace has kept us

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    1. Never easy losing a relative the pain is out of this word
      But please be strong πŸ™☺️

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    2. Fact you can't see the person again forever brings the tears coming sometimes even if it's years it happened.

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  16. While TTC,my now ex-husband had 2 children with a single mother.I had been with him for over 20years,from University,had series of abortions for him,when we eventually got married,no children.

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    1. Hmmmmmmm. Please stand up. Look for other ligit ways of getting what you want. Don't allow what has happened to becloud your mind. Don't give room for pity party

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    2. Things we do for love, don't blame yourself for him. He is just a wicked soul.

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  17. The death of my father. I didn't know how it felt to loose a loved one until my father died. I wanted to run mad, I left this world entirely, nothing seemed to be moving around me. Even till now, I don't like thinking about it.
    The other one was when my boyfriend left me. It was very painful not because he was the one that deflowered me or because he left me, but because he threw my good deeds towards him to the trash. He assured me that he would never forget how I helped him, but he actually did. Sometimes I'll be in dire need of financial assistance and remembering that there's someone out there, who I impacted hugely in his success story, who I actually starved so he could have transport fare to work, that could actually help me but chose to turn his back on me, makes me cry. That is why I don't joke with even the least help people render to me. I've been there and I know how it feels.

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    1. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. Stay strong sis
      God gat you ☺️☺️

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    3. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜™πŸ˜™ sending you lots of love babe

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    4. πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯° thanks all, the love here is massive. God gat me for sure.

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    5. So toucheπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜˜

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  18. When I got an infection , genital warts .... I cried as if I wanted to die

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  19. Losing my elder brother and younger brother. In the relationship I am right now, I have lost everything. My house, properties and I can't go back to my mother's house, I only need God's intervention to leave and I will never look back

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  20. The loss of my younger brother in 2018 and not knowing what happened to him. The police called us to pick his body. I didn't have the strength to purse the case, cos my dad was bed ridden with stroke. All the family responsibilities were on me and no one to support me to carry on with the case. We buried him and move on but I'm yet to recover. I'm trying to heal. I haven't cried since then. I wish I could find closure.

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  21. Being in a toxic relationship like I am right with a narcissist. I left my house, my base to come live with this man, the worst mistake of my life. I have saw hell in 2years. I need God's intervention to pick the pieces of my life and move on.

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    1. You're stronger than you knowπŸ€—

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    2. A boyfriend?
      Pls leave him, people will mock you initially but you will be glad you did

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  22. Loosing my mum exactly 2weeks after my delivery,she went to coma few days after my delivery and she died,it was a big blow,I nearly died but I'm grateful to God that her prayers was answered,she saw her grandchild after 6years of praying.

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  23. When I had to choose between my children and my business.i was unlucky with house helps, unlucky with sales girls and an unsupportive husband. I choose to be a house wife . the story is long .

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  24. Loss of my second child in 2008

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  25. Dad's passing. Still can't believe it.

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  26. My father’s death, I still haven’t gotten over it. I soaked my pillow with tears this evening because today is one of the days I miss him the most. I’m pregnant and no emotional or physical support from hubby. Infact I’ve not seen him in two months. If my dada was still here, he’d call me everyday. He was my light . I miss you daddy, the only man that truly loved me.

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    1. Sighs
      Stay strong for your baby❤️❤️

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    2. This brought hot tears to my eyes.
      It is well with you dear.

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    3. You are not alone. My dad died in 2018, i still feel the pain till today and I shed tears.

      Lost of job that almost push me into depression. In all these God is all I have got.

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    5. This made me cry. What about your mum? Sister, a close friend or cousin?

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    6. Try and stay strong to avoid high blood pressure.

      When I was pregnant for my second daughter and a year after she was born was the worst emotional period of my life.
      Now I'm in a better place emotionally. No more sucidal thoughts

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  27. 2015 when i have partial stroke, i never knew it was stroke then, my parent though it was spiritual attack. i wish they know early may be by now , i for dey waka well. the way my mate make mockery of me then eh,so painful, i thank God for life,

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  28. My mom's Death

    The trauma of miscarriage and evacuation

    Seeing my period monthly and still waiting for a miracle

    Trauma of opening my body for hsg twice with all the poking

    Trauma of all the IVF injections on my tummy and the pain yet negative. Damn,the road to motherhood shouldn't be this hard.

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    1. I cried reading this. God will come through for you sis

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    2. E-hugs to you my dear,it will end in praise,just be prayerfull

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    3. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—. God will make you smile.

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    4. I am so emotional reading this, it will end in praise.

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    5. God will surprise you and soon.

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  29. My traumas are losing my mom, that woman endured alot in abusive marriage and died in pains, I still cry everyday I remember her. Her pains in marriage has made me develop interest in speaking to women passing through what she passed through and accepting it as normal cos of societal pressures , then child bearing, had molar pregnancy of twins that I carried to 7 months before it was detected, evacuation took place. Had another healthy baby that died this next day, died and was still sweating, life is a mystery, I was abused and humiliated by my inlaws, called possessed but I give glory to ALMIGHTY GOD, I have children now but their births were journey to hell and back with more power by GOD.

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    1. Hah na wa o... Thank God for your life now

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    2. Kai this is a lot for one person but im glad that you pulled through, praying for better days ahead and may God's grace be sufficient for you.

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    4. Our stories about our mums are similar. We hate our dad till tomorrow for torturing her so much till she died. He remarried, has little children but we just abandoned him and his new family. He doesn't have access to us. We heard he is even sick but we no send am, let him pass through pains like mum did

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    5. Thank God it ended in praise

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  30. To all women Trying to conceive, carry to full term,deliver safely and still carry their children's children in good health, let your dreams and desires manifest speedily in JESUS NAME, AMEN

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  31. Marrying the wrong woman. I regret that decision everyday.

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    1. Marrying the wrong spouse could be so draining kai I keep praying for peoole in this situation.

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    2. Marrying the WRONG man.i want to walk away but no funds yet,I am tired of this marriage,even my tired is tired.

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  32. Being in a 7 years childless marriage where the man (your husband gangan) is the one calling you barren woman for others to laugh at. I still don't know how I survived that 7 dark years of my life!. The guy eventually threw me out when the marriage was nearing the 8th year. He took my stuff home, what a shame it was for me. I went back to my people empty-handed (it was traumatic). But I realize there was a gift God gave me, I was good with human relation while I was working for my boss in Lagos, so when I relocated to Abuja, I started my own Travel Agency, that was where I met a man that I have been with for over 13 years now. It wasn't even more that 4 months that I joined him abroad that I gave birth to a set of triplet.
    That man that was calling me barren, is still childless today after over 15 years.
    To everyone called "barren", I decree your grand settlement in Jesus name! God settled me in a grand style- 3 for my years of agony!

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  33. I experienced a mental anguish today. No be man matter.
    Only God can heal my shattered state and replenish my loss.

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  34. My dad in ICU for three months, having to drive from the island to Luth at close of work to check on him, not sure if he will be alive when I get to the hospital. He had a stroke, lost his memory and has speech issues. From 2017 till date he has been on physio therapy but I guess his age has slowed down his recovery. He is yet to fully recover but i thank God he is alive.

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  35. My uncle who was ttc with his wife for more than 20 years and later died without having at least one. The death of a close brother. All these still hurts, I swear but God dey for us.

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  36. Finding out my dad was HIV positive on his sick bed after he had a stroke. He had to confide in me. I was in shock didn't know what to do. But I gathered myself and took my mun to the hospital for test but she was negative. I took charge of buying my dad's drugs and my mum ensures he uses it appropriately.

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  37. Having two abortions within 9 month because the father was irresponsible. I hated myself and almost cursed myself. I never knew I could fall for his sweet words. I cried and mourn my babies. The most painful part was that he didn't even call to check on me.

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  38. Losing a 5 month pregnancy in May.
    the inducing,the labour pain to birth a dead baby.
    the mockery,side talks.

    God is definitely in control.
    I am in a better place and I know I will conceive my twins soonπŸ™πŸ˜Š

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  39. Losing my dad. I still cry when I remember 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 He suffered so much for us yet died before we could buy even a bottle of wine for him, he did not eat the fruits of his labour on us and worst still, he suffered so much, he was blind, also had mental issues before his death, he was so emaciated and couldn't recognize my voice the last time I saw him alive 😭😭😭😭😭😭 dad was not a saint but he didn't deserve to die that way, people said it was spiritual but God knows best. Rest on Papa 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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