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Sunday, November 28, 2021

Sunday In House Gists - Amazing Make Up Stories...

 Some couples break up story is so shocking to the ears but even more shocking is that some couples make up and get back together..... These are the stories we want to read about today..






Some Relationships sometimes take on a new meaning after the break up and the couple fall more in love and recommit.... It also happens to some Marriages and the ex couples start sneaking to see each other again after the divorce...

Some couples are brought back together by their kids, circumstance, family or the undying love they have for each other...

Some get back together after they find out the reason for their break up was a set up by a jealous friend or family member...


Did you get back together? what's the story?

Lets gist!

44 comments:

  1. I have a lot of break up stories to share 😏but it’s with my bf, I will share mine when I’m finally married . Bf stories no too dey sweet on like marriage stories

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    1. My last ex was (according to him) going through stuff and instead of talking to me like I do him about my own stuff started giving me attitude. We broke up. We came back together after months of apologies and straightening things only for him to resume the very same thing in version 2.0. This time around I sealed all open holes. I'm not 18! No one's going to waste my time anymore.

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  2. I read of Bolanle Ninalowo.A typical story of divorced couples coming back together, despite all the negative press on each other.

    Hhhmmmm,Wish I could also do that for my ex but it is not just possible.She is abusive and extremely violent. Left the house 4 months after the wedding, when she told me, she will kill me and kill herself and nothing will happen. I know she loves me but the abuses and violent is just too much for me to bear.

    While growing up, it was an abomination in my house to curse and swear,my parents will skin u alive, if u do. All these my wife was doing with reckless abandoned, despite several meetings and cried out.

    I don't want to generalise but I will like to advise my fellow guys, please, be careful of ladies from broken home or with divorced backgrounds. They will transfer the aggression of their parents failed marriage to you. Avoid those with the statement "I can't take the shit my mum took" , "that was how my dad started", "I will kill you and nothing will happen", " you know I have anger issues and you their not go there".Guys please run, not all glitters are gold.

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    1. For someone of your background...I wonder how you ended up marrying a woman like her? Didn't you see the signs of these vawulent xter when dating her? I know the question is cliche but really,courtship period should have shown you the kind of woman she is. Anyway,thank God you ran for your life. Please,don't go back.

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    2. 14.44 sorry for what you passed through. Can you send the Chronicle to us?

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    3. "...I don't want to generalise but I will like to advise my fellow guys, please, be careful of ladies from broken home or with divorced backgrounds. They will transfer the aggression of their parents failed marriage to you. Avoid those with the statement "I can't take the shit my mum took"..."

      You are not generalizing, you're stating a time-tested fact and it's for both genders, though the women are usually more bitter because it's a lot easier for a divorced man to move on. Nonetheless, there's hardly any divorcee who doesn't come out of the marriage with a dent. There's always the regret of time wasted, dreams shattered, et al. They end up transferring this pain, bitterness and aggression on their innocent kids. These kids grow up and become tigers in relationships. I have let go of relationships after I heard the girl's family story or got close to them. No matter how nice she is, if she's from a toxic home, my brother, she's toxic. She just dey hide am. The day you will do anyhow, you will see anyhow. God help me, I don't ever want to witness divorce. I dread what I'd become after that. Hopefully, my first marriage will be the only one. To achieve this I really need to look well before jumping. That's why I don't let anyone put pressure on me to marry. If you're not from a normal father/mother/kids home, count me out. I'm from a very stable home, you must come from one. People from polygamous homes are a story for another day. They're always competitive in everything. Everything must be dragged. Tufiakwa!

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    4. Everyone avoid proud, bitter, unforgiving, angry, argumentative, insecure, childish, the temperamental and those who hate/cannot take correction

      The above can come from any type of home

      If the individual is troubled na there wahala dey

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    5. So anyone who has such traits must be from a broken home? on the contrary I feel most people from broken homes are more careful and docile not to let history of their parent repeat itself. They know false generalizations like these ones you guys painted exists so they try extra hard to make sure they have a good home no matter what they go through there just to be seen as different from their mom or dad despite their rocky upbringing.

      My cousin is from a broken home and she vowed never to divorce her husband. She is very meek and gentle. She pays all the bills. The man even gets money from her which he spends to carry side chicks.

      He beats her during pregnancy. Still she refused to leave because of generalisation like these ones up there. She said people will stigmatise her that after all she is from a broken home so what do you expect.

      She bought him a Car before buying for herself even though he was at home and not going to work. She would take a cab to work while he goes out immediately after she steps out to meet his girls. one time he even brought his side chick home.

      Mind you, This her husband was not from a broken home . his parents are still married as we speak.


      There are combative and rude people everywhere even on this blog we see really rude and abusive commenters does that mean they are from a broken home too?

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    6. Your simplistic generalisation of people from polygamous homes is not only silly , it exhibits your ignorance. You reserve the right to marry from the family of your choice , but you have no right denigrating others to make yourself happy . You that come from a monogamous family, the level of toxicity you display here is not displayed by people from polygamous families and those from divorced homes. No rational human says tufiakwa when discussing polygamy

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    7. Some of these so called normal stable homes are not really stable in reality Some are just cover ups or suffering in silence because of the stigma. The kids see what their parents are going through and might develop low self esteem juts because their mommy does not want to leave daddy because of what people will say. Why should the kids suffer for it?

      14:44 Because according to the commmeter below the same way you generlised children from broken home. The same way your kind are also badly genrlised irrespective of the reason you have left your marriage. Read the comment beneath yours saying, divorce(which i believe you are one now) already have a dent and you are suffering from pain, bitterness etc, so does that mean people should avoid you to because you are likely to transfer it to your next marriage?

      Just look well next time and pray God lead you right. Anyone be it from a broken home or not can talk like your ex- wife.

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    8. @Jet Li...True talk. I guess that sums it all up! Coming from a stable home is not a guarantee your own home will be stable. Human beings are very unpredictable.

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    9. But this toxicity doesn’t stem from only those whose parents are divorced. Some parents are in very toxic relationships,but the are still cohabiting together with their kids, most times they paint a perfect picture to the outside world but inside the house they are demons and very destructive to themselves,most of them can’t leave cos either they are holding church posts( deacon,reverend,pastor) or they are together cos they don’t want to live apart,cos of what people will say. In actual fact most people from broken homes have seen the effect of bad relationship from their parents,they have witnessed toxicity and pandemonium in their homes,no peace,no love,no happiness so they will do everything to make things work....they have learnt a lot from their parents mistake and they don’t want the same environment for their kids to grow up in.please let’s stop this generalization,sometimes people from stable homes still mess up,a person with a bad attitude is who they are whether from stable homes or dsynfunctional homes.

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    10. Na here dem go see Ceasar. Tomorrow we gonno die on SP. God airpus!

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    11. I do pity children from broken homes.
      When you see their attitudes you will know they really lack love , care and home training.
      Not all though.

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    12. "They end up transferring this pain, bitterness and aggression on their innocent kids."

      @ Ceaser you made a point.

      Their kids will grow up with the bitterness ,aggression and pain. They will still transfer it to anybody around.
      The society suffers it also.

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    13. Thanks, Alexander.
      He is a living proof that being from a stable home(whatver that means )does not mean zilch.
      So vulgar, hot-headed and eccentric.
      He once said he would slap his wife if she touches his phone. So much for being stable.πŸ˜…

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    14. You hardly see a responsible person from a toxic home.

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    15. My husband is from a very broken and polygamous home and on the contrary he is even more composed than I am. So many times we have had bad quarrels,I just need to threaten him with divorce to bring back his senses and even when I try to keep malice, I can’t succeed, he must look for something to break the ice. I just let him be most times and sometimes can’t help but forgive when he gets on my nerves.We have been married for 19years and for all you described about children from broken homes or polygamous homes I think I have some traits and my parents until my dad’s death were very married.

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    16. ALEXANDER thank you so much. I love Ceaser but this particular comment hit me so bad because I’m from a polygamous home. My elder sister is as gentle as a dove. Forget my gragra, I love peace and I’m always quick to make up for my errors.
      There’re things that I see within siblings from some acclaimed stable homes that can never happen between my siblings. We genuinely love ourselves and others. We do not hate and our anger never last. We speak our minds and our yes is our yes . What my mother went through in marriage I pray I don’t encounter it and if a man decides to mess me up I’ll rather change and continue changing them without minding anybody’s opinion TILL I GET IT RIGHT. Fuck whoever that will judge me, I DON’T CARE!!

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    17. Keep running please, don't ever look back. Let her keep dealing with her demons.

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    18. Jet li, twale for you. πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ. I see it right there.

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    19. Ceasar so you are from a stable home? With all this bile you spit here?? Na wah o. So assuming you are from a broken home naim be say we for run enta Bush for you

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    20. I'm just dropping my comments in bits as I read. Even bitter Caesar too is cherry picking? You will get a good girl when you're done overhauling your negative mindset about women, otherwise, just stay single!! No woman desires to endure your low key hatred and 'high' key distrust of women.

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    21. Anon 17:45, this your comment is very funny ooo... I dey pity the woman wey go marry this man. Hmmmmm!

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    22. Dainty T, bisous, bisous!

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    23. Hmmm, I thank God say man no be God. Some of you are the reason why people don't open up and tell you the truth. I jump and pass you judgemental types. I hope you know people don't choose which home they are from. So goan quarrel with God nau. Mtchew.

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    24. Thank you Stan & Dainty T

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    25. Anon 16:09
      Do you realize its the fact that your cousin came from a broken home that has also turned her into mumu wife.She doesn't want to be divorced like her parents.
      If you're trying to say she's from a broken family and turned out well bcos she is still married to that husband of hers, you're wrong

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    26. 00:50 She did not turn out well in my opinion. As a matter of fact she turned out not so good. why? because of comments like these ones up there where people stigmatise children from broken homes. My point is, People need to stop stigmatising children from broken home and saying things like they do not care about being divorced since they are children of divorced parents therefore divorce is no big deal to them. That is not true, some of them care for that singular reason.

      Imagine, if she had left now (which I hoped she did) guys like the ones above will say like mother like daughter. However, I believe if she had married a good man who wouldn't take an advantage of her but love her right and appreciated her it wouldn't seem that way.
      One even said they will become tigers in their marriages, please what is the similarity between my cousin who is a mumu wife and a tiger? Who is the tiger and abuser in the story? if not the husband who grew up in a supposedly stable home.

      My point is most make an extra effort to stay married depending on who they marry they may be seen as a fool or an angel. If married to an abuser then their foolery will show if they refuse to leave or they can be seen as a peacemaker if married to a fellow peacemaker who will treat them better with compassion and love.

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  3. I dontthink I can get back with someone after a break up.unto new things abeg...

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  4. Yay I got back together with my husband, though we separated on tribal issue ,my parents were against the union especially my mum,we were apart for like a year .we tried other relationships but didn't work out .
    And a year after we got back together and decided to stick together no matter what .And rest na story,4 years down to the glory of God

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  5. To someone like me who grew up with an abusive father, mom had to endure everything to keep the home together. She paid all the bills from rent to school fees, hospital bills etc and still gave her abuser money to hold as per man. She stayed for us and died before she could drink water from us. Sometimes I am torn between whether her staying is an advantage or a disadvantage to us. Cos the trauma is rooted. As a result of this I hate being intimidated by anyone, I set boundaries and keep peoples boundaries too. I told my hubby my story that I can't take shit of what my mom took , mom was never violent just got involved with a man that took advantage of her gentle and quiet nature.I am not violent too but I can't swallow emotional pain and torment.

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    1. 16:01 my own dad too was abusive but in his own case he was working and tried in providing the little he could. He would abuse mum verbally, shout on her and us, beat her, beat us the kids like we were thieves, cheated on her and impregnated other women. Yet mum stayed. She said she stayed for us. dad later fell sick and died before he could get anything from us, mum was left with HBP, she is now very sickly and weak at 60yrs plus. I am angry that she stayed. If she had left, we would have a healthy mum.
      I let my hubby know that I would never take any form of abuse from him. So I give it to him fire for fire if he tries shit. He is from a broken home and gets bitter sometimes, he is pained that his parent's divorce made him and his siblings suffer do much, they trained themselves in school and other skills as both parents remarried and passed the kids around among relatives, even when they stayed with either parents they were treated like aliens according to him. So if he starts with his bitterness I put him in his place, I let him know I was not the cause of his ordeal and he should channel his anger to either his mum or dad. He has blocked both of them as I type cos they were calling and asking him for money, he blocks and unblock them at will 🀣🀣🀣

      If he ever gets violent or abusive, even emotional abuse, I wouldn't hesitate to leave. No time to endure rubbish. I am not my mum. I'm not violent or abusive but if you start it with me, I won't endure it.

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    2. An in 17.07, please be calming down. Everything is not about winning

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  6. Only idiots make up after break up. Just move on

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  7. We did not really break up, had disagreement & decided to try again. But it now seem like her mind is not there again, she miss my calls a lot and does not want to see me often.

    I've suggested we go our separate ways to no avail.

    She is neither here nor there🀦

    What could be the problem?

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    1. You are not her choice per se, she's just making you a stop gap till her ideal man comes.
      Please insist on going your separate ways and keep it that way.

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    2. Thanks Dainty T... Noted

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    3. She is now emotionally disconnected from you. Let her go and don't be a rebound she uses to wipe bored.
      Best wishes anon 17:16

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  8. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
    See Ceaser the bitter uncle from a "stable home"

    🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣. Some of us from broken homes are faaaaar better

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  9. Jet Li,some people become or are perceived like that by their manipulative partners who keep mute about the torrent of evil in various dimensions that they have done to their partners over the years which brought out those reactions.Every story has two sides.May God save everyone from mean,wicked,narcissistic partners with low self esteem who are ever ready to take the pain of their personal failures on their innocent spouses.

    Dem plenty o.. Pray against such people.

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  10. Hmmmmm. May God heal all broken hearts.
    When I leave, I leave. I don't go back to my vomit.

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