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Wednesday, March 02, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post..

 

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  1. Taking care of a stroke patient all alone while pregnant.........

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    1. Omo na the birth of my baby o! As in from an impossible story to a real miracle.from suicidal, depression,rock bottom to light.
      My life did a 360°.
      Nothing can break me again in this life. I gave everything,every strength,every faith to have her,infact I started communicating with pple who had crossed over.
      Aka by aka ya,aka Jehovah na eme mmaaaaa. God be praised

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  2. The death of my dad at the early age of 11 and how much my mum was ridiculed because of abject lack.

    It has built me never to beg for anything from anyone, I'd very much nearly die in silence than beg.

    If it gets so bad, I'll beg you for something to do to earn money than beg for food or money ๐Ÿค‘.
    I value my respect so much although some peeps mistake it for pride, they want me to grovel and cower before them before they can extend a helping hand. NOT ME!!!

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    1. It is like we r in same whatapp group i dot know how to beg at my zero point some people expected me to beg but no

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    2. That's the goal Twin Squared. ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ

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    3. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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    4. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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  3. I don't know if this follows....but I got emotionally stronger and wiser after i broke up with one wicked Rivers state man... omo that man showed me shege.....4 wasted years, empty promises, and my mama warned me he was up to no good. I even dreamed about him denying me in front of his parents, that was when I knew that this can't work. But I was desperate to be with "a man like him"
    But I thank God its a thing of the past and I learnt from a lot from it!
    Since then I swore no body will ever take advantage of me anymore...

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    1. What doesn't break us makes us stronger

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  4. Sickness and later death of my eldest brother.

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  5. My best friend went to a medium to make me mad.
    She was supposed to foremost seduce my husband, then when I sleep with my husband, I would have become mad (na she talk all these with her own mouth).
    But my husband knew in advance the details of her plans (ask Jesus how he knew all these), continued his usual fasting and midnight prayers and waited for her.
    Finally her mission was a huge flop, her sister died and when the powers turned against her, she had to confess. There is no alternative to counter the powers of darkness than knowing Jesus. I became strong in my faith and no longer see things from only the physical perspective after this experience.

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    1. This story AGAIN!!! ๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฆ๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜จ๐Ÿ˜จ๐Ÿ˜จ๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ฆ Aunty! U never taya

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    2. @Q
      What's your own? Did you not see the question Stella asked? And your name is Q

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    3. Well u r Right for this story to b on repeat,u must have suffered alot. Pele. God heals all

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  6. So many. Where can i even start from. Have gone through things that i tell myself "Weldone". I trained myself to be happy, positive in all of it. Tho somedays i break down but the peace i experience despite all what i go through is unexplainable. There's no stage in my life that's smooth, none, like none. Mum said right from birth, walking, talking, crawling. But i now know the code to end it all. Jesus is the code

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  7. Losing both parents within the space of a year as a teenager. Mehn, it was an emotional rollercoaster. I don't wish that on anyone.
    Being terribly sick to the point of having two major surgeries on the same day. Mehn, I held onto God with everything in me and I am still holding onto Him. These experiences have made me a much better person. I'm now so proud of the person I have become.

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  8. I have severe case of ptsd from the things I have been though, still going through stuff now but with my eyes wide open.
    In relationships I gave have my all, but was taken advantage of.
    In fact I don't like people getting close to me

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  9. Working as a health worker and seeing many people with extreme debilitating diseases has made me emotionally stronger in life. It made me realise that life is useless. You can be claiming to be a VIP today and be humbled by the worst sickness tomorrow, especially being disabled and having people take care of your hygiene. I used to wake up every midnight praying and I was always fasting, asking God for one useless thing or the other but not anymore. If you have good health and you eat good meals while not having to beg anyone for it, then know that God has done it all for you.

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    1. Honestly when you get to the hospital ward life will just tire you.
      When I was admitted at the ward I thought my case was the worse in this whole world but omooo I saw cases that critical.
      Only one person he's had kidney transplant,has heart problem and his brain was constantly frying . He was always shouting and groaning in pains worse is that he is on dialysis constantly. He is always shouting in the night take me out of here take me out of here I can't stand this pain.
      He died, with another woman that was admitted she died in the ward
      I nearly wanted to run out of the ward fear grip me.
      Seeing dead body being wheeled to the family because they said they don't want to deposit him in the hospital

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  10. Having to take care of my child with autism and my aged mom. It's tough because you practically have no life, but then you think about the fact that, all they have is you and nothing is more rewarding than seeing them happy. Autism is no joke, but we take it one day at a time and gain strength from the fact that they are content and happy with life just as they are....@@@Xara๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜ถ

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  11. The death of my step dad.

    I took care of him for 4years as a strike patient before he kicked the bucket

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  12. None, I am still not very strong emotionally

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  13. Marrying into a family that never ceases to have a way of blaming you for their son's stupidity. That the family business he is running is not doing well financially,is my fault because I am the woman. I should know how to.move him and the business forward. That he is philandering without shsishi is still.my fault cos I am the woman I should be able to secure my home.etc. I have grown a very thick skin and tough mind that I don't let their words get to me these days. I make a conscious effort to seek my happiness at all times and always know with them,even their son inclusive,I don't have anyone except my immediate family.

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  14. When i had stroke, i was too emotional after stroke my personlity change and it made my emotions stronger

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    1. Hope you're better now? My dad had stroke 18 years ago. He's alive, Hale and hearty. Sending you lots of love.๐Ÿ˜˜

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    2. not yet fully recover but still having some after stroke effect especially left side of my body were dat d stroke affected. i have alot pains coming 4 dat area n i dot know what 2 do

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    3. Oh dear
      The God who did it for us, the Almighty God will make you whole. You're in my thoughts and prayers. ๐Ÿค—

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    4. Thanks dear, all i want is for this pain to go away so dat i can hustle to care of myself, children n my mum

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    5. Oh Castle you're so lucky. My father never fully recovered until we finally lost him๐Ÿ˜ญ

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  15. Loosing my Dad and breaking up with my first.

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  16. Losing so much money some years back,One young heartless man took my money and disappeared.I lost my shop and my capital,had to start all over again.i cried and cried,and had to encourage myself,i was depressed but I told myself that if I can survive this phase then there is nothing I can’t get over.I got stronger and got more experience.

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  17. When I had problem with my leg, I felt hopeless and helpless about it.
    Going to different hospitals but I wasn't getting positive results.
    The look on the faces of the doctors and radiologists when they see my MRI result, x-rays, CT scan and the rest. The next thing they will say is how old are you and when I respond they say when next you are coming for your next appointment come with your Mom.
    And when she comes they will start with the usual madam this case is very critical and it looks very dangerous, one of the doctors I went to told this is a matter of life and death you need to act fast and she was scared and the rest.
    It got to a point I told her to stop following me to the hospital, told her I can handle it myself. But it was all lies I couldn't but seeing her getting worried and sad because of the reports doctors were giving her made me to tell her that.
    I just didn't know where I developed the courage and strength from but it just came
    So when the results from the lab comes and the doctors start to break the usual bad news to me. I will just relax and start smiling at a point the doctor said are you not scared of this report I just told him omo doctor me I am tired can this situation get worse than it already is anything that wants to happen let it happen I don't care again. Whether it is malignant or benign tumor I am not afraid again ooo.
    Those times made me stronger because I said to myself if I can go through all these experiences and still remain standing.
    I used to be scared of theaters but after the first time I entered the subsequent ones I no even fear at all. My own is just give me the fucking anasthasia.

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    1. How's the leg now? Pls tell us it's all better ๐Ÿ˜ข

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    2. On a scale of 1-10 I will say presently I am on number 7.5. I have dropped my crutches even though my doctor use to shout when I tell him I don't walk with crutches anymore. He said it is dangerous because there's no flesh in that part of the leg for now, they were removed so only bones are there for now and it could collapse if I put too much weight on it.
      I was almost better but not too long ago I fell on the tiles by accident omo I wanted to run mad because of the pains.... I was just laying on the floor crying so I am back to square one again. When I went to hospital for x Ray to see the state of the leg, doctor said no bones shifted and I thank God for that.

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    3. May ur healing be complete and permanent

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    4. Chichibabe may the good God perfect all that consigns you in Jesus Christ name Amen. It is very well with you. You are strengthened by the joy of God Almighty Amen

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    5. This post is too emotional abeg...imagine me now just crying anyhow. Stay fit sis and more strength.

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    6. May God heal you completely ๐Ÿค—

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    7. Amen I claim complete healing in Jesus name. Thank you dearies ❤️❤️

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    8. May God completely heal you Dear.

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    9. God will heal you completely

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  18. After the first and only time I was served breakfast. That breakfast is still keeping m strong till today.

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  19. Having a still birth. Craziest experience ever

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    1. Most craziest my sis...from September till now I'm still not over it.we shall overcome

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    2. You all will overcome and become weaning mothers

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  20. Relocating abroad at a young age. I learned to do almost everything myself. I became so strong emotionally that I don't have an ounce of care for anyone's negativity or anyone's opinion about me. I just live because I have life. Developed a thick hide so I can flourish in this cruel world.๐Ÿคท‍♀️

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  21. Losing my dad at an early age. I and my sibling lived from one relative's house to another. We saw shege! All manner of maltreatment... Mom was forcefully sent away.

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  22. Loosing my uncle's and Aunts, including my parents..

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  23. Taking care of a newborn all by myself.no family member around,my mother cannot come and my husband in the rig,this made me to stand for myself and forget all this my omomo life style.

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  24. If having a stillbirth counts

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    1. Yes sis, it counts. May God continue to be your strength ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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  25. When I was told my mum whom I loved so much is a witch. I confirmed from other sources before I told my only surviving sibling who surprisingly told me he and the one that died last have known for 10yrs but they couldn't tell me because I would never have believed them as I've always hated prophets and those who patronize them. No wonder they insisted I mustn't move her in with me when she had partial stroke meanwhile she has glaucoma and cataract too. Of course I didn't listen to them because I didn't know what they knew.
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    I took so much care of her with my ever supportive husband and nursed her back to health .
    Funny enough, I kept having doubts even with though I separated myself from her and she had to move back to her house. She doesn't lack anything because of her pension and rental income from our late Dads estate and hers.
    I had a revelation where I got the confirmation and when I prayed to God to confirm if the revelation truly came from him, he confirmed it again.
    I was at my lowest emotionally for 2 yrs but I'm much stronger now even though I still cry once in a while
    I don't know what went wrong,would probably never know but I have a feeling it had to do with my fathers philandering ways and her not wanting him to have a second wife, so she narrated her ordeal to someone who helped her to ruin her life.
    I honestly pray she renounces witchcraft and embrace Christ so as to make heaven .

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  26. I don't even know where to start from.. I thought being a good person in this world is enough that every challenges still looks like a dream! But I'm stronger than ever in faith, hope and emotions. #GodIsSufficient

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  27. Asking the landlord to throw I and my baby out of the house after he relocated. Baby girl was barely 2yrs then, no job nothing nothing all bcos of him, i lost a bank job i got on a platter of gold. Some men are indeed destiny destroyers. Thank God for my life and my girl today .... We are doing way better than he would ever imagine. Thank you Jesus !!!!

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  28. WHEN MY HUSBAND PACKED OUT OF THE HOUSE BEFORE I CAME FROM CHURCH LEAVING MY ONE YEAR OLD
    HE THEN DIED AFTER ALMOST FOUR YEARS

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  29. Very sad experiences...i can't even type mine.

    All I will is "Glory to God in the Highest"!!!

    If it had not been for him, I would have been a forgotten story.

    Only Jesus can save!!!

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  30. Loosing my mum, grandma and two aunties in a space of 18 months.

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