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Sunday, May 08, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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  1. To be business savvy besides my 8 to 5 job

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    1. This!

      Delevoping a skill of interest is very important.

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  2. Let me not start or I go full here remain. Suffice it to say that I now realise it was what majorly contributed to who I am today.

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    1. The beating my mum gave us. Especially me. She beat me join the beating of my children and grandchildren. Thankfully I don't have the scars. Another is the heavy Yoruba curses. Thank God for God sha

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  3. The shouting omooo it was too much when we were growing up. My parent especially my father saw shouting as a way of life.
    Any small thing he will shout at us even what doesn't require shout he will still shout then.

    It is affecting me now that I am grown because I already see shouting as a normal way of life. Even when I am talking with people sometimes normal normal they will say why are you shouting and I am like me shout I am not shouting ooo that is how my talking tone is

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    1. This got me laughing

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    2. Some parents then didn't really do well in terms of parenting. They abused the kid with excess beating and shouting. Till date I'm not close to my mum as a result of her emotional abuse.no kind name she no call me while growing up. Thank God I learnt from this mistake as I try to be a bettr parent to my kids now

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  4. To be more business minded

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  5. Being super restricted at our younger age, made all of us introverts

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  6. Beatings
    Yellings
    Boarding school (would have loved the experience but the place was dirty)

    Remove all that and my childhood was great and no those things didn’t make me a better person.I would have been great without them

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  7. To have grown more street wiseπŸ™„

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  8. To not be raised in Deeper life.

    A lot of missed opportunities because they were deemed as "worldly".
    The distance between my parents and I because they didn't want to "spare the rod and spoil the child".
    The flogging because I missed Bible study or didn't attend a church programme.
    Being flogged for relaxing my hair and painting my nails (with transparent cortex) or using beads on my hai
    The drilling that everyone else is going to hell because they were wearing earrings and trousers, meanwhile pastor in his house was beating his wife and leaders were keeping malice, but they wore long skirts and tied turbans, so they were holy.
    The trauma I passed through in my adulthood when I was falsely accused by the pastor but my parents believed him because he was the anointed man of God and I was just rebellious.
    The suicidal inclinations I had and the fact that I once opened sniper to drink and on another occasion took blade to stray slashing my wrists.


    I feel like shedding tears so I'm just going to stop dredging up painful memories. All I can say is that the best decision of my life was damming the threats of disownment and taking the bold step to stop going to that church, even while I was living in fear even as old as I was.

    I am happy that I am living my life on my own terms and reading the bible to know Christ for me, and not what they told me about Him, they said the bad things that was happening to me was Him punishing me for wearing trousers and fixing weave on.

    Thank God for God. Thank God for life. Thank God for courage.

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    1. Wow! Your parents are too religious. They should learn to love. Christianity is not all about obeying those religious practices

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    2. Goodvibesonly8 May 2022 at 23:04

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  9. I wish my parents had more money, that's all. Everything else was perfect.

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    1. This is it for me too except that I feel I was made to be independent too early

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    2. Me too, and said I love you more, they showed me what unconditional love was, but never verbalized it, I try saying it to my kids, my daughter was bathing herself and I was supervising her and she just said "mummy you are the funniest mummy in the whole world, I love you mummy" oh my heart felt like it will burst

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    3. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  10. Hmmmmm, would love to change the idea that I'm troublesome because I'm not, I'm just a bit temperamental

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  11. I don't eat much and that's how I was raised. Now I envy those that can finish a plate of food. You can keep full plate of meat for me to look after and one piece of meat will not get missing. No long throat. I can't even finish a bottle of mineral.

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    1. No gimme meat keep o, ha me wey like meat like this. Nor jus try am. My child hood was great just that we did not learn hand work or craft.

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    2. Lol, my aunt that stayed with us
      for few years will eat half portion of the fried meat you asked her to keep. When you ask her she will tell you she took just two

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  12. I wished my parents were really close to their children. They loved us no doubt but that friendship wasn't there. I see them try now but mehn is too late, there are lil topics i just cnt share or even want to discuss with my own mum. which is why I have sworn to be my children's best friend wen the time comes.

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    1. True, my parents want to know every single detail, but they never cultivated such and I can't forge something I don't feel... I'm closer to strangers turned friends and will share with them in a heartbeat what I wouldn't even dare share with my parents.

      It's a defense mechanism in my case, because my parents were (still are) very judgemental growing up and most things you told them were your fault, there was no room for gist, only condemnation and preaching so I just learnt to keep things to myself abeg.

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  13. I wish I was raised with lotsssssss of LOVE...
    I receive Grace to shower lots of love and friendship on my own kids

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  14. As Ada I did not carry my siblings issues as my birthright problem. I went out of my way to make sure all of them went to school. I denied myself so many opportunities even refused marriage proposals because I felt getting married will stop me from taking care of them. Now all of them e married with children. I am still single. They now see me as an enemy . No respect again.

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    1. Pls find someone
      God bless you

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    2. I can relate but God got you it is well with you. I find out most damaged kids are a product of abusive parents or inadequate parenting smh

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  15. Hmmn... let me not talk o

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