Citing irreconcilable differences

Some people claim that irreconcilable differences is a no-fault grounds for divorce, which means neither party committed any sort of extenuating act, such as adultery, abandonment or extreme cruelty. In other words, no-fault divorce is just like it sounds – no single party is at fault for the break of the marriage. Even Wikipedia states that ‘in the United States, this is one of several possible grounds’. Once again I wonder, when did this become a confident excuse for divorce in Nigeria? … More Citing irreconcilable differences

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Keeping up with your distance relationship

Many people believe that long distance relationships are never going to work out. It’s not going to be easy as well because the extra distance makes many things unachievable. Things could get complicated, and you could get sad and lonely. However, the extra distance also makes the simplest things the sweetest like being able to hold the other person’s hand, eating together at the same table, feeling each other’s touch, taking a walk together, smelling each other’s scent. These small wishes could suddenly mean so much more in a long distance relationship. Long distance relationship does have to be tough but it has its own pitfalls too.  … More Keeping up with your distance relationship

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2017 Eid Holiday: Fun Places to Visit in Nigeria

With the end of Ramadan fast approaching, and the government most likely to declare Monday, 26th of June, and Tuesday, 27th of June, as public holidays, I am sure most people will be wondering how to spend the holiday.  Despite it being a Muslim holiday, non-Muslims are not left out either. All public and private offices will be shut down on the two days. As such, the workaholics will have no option but to stay at home. If you are looking for fun places in Nigeria to visit with your family and friends this 2017 Eid Holiday, then you are in the right place. … More 2017 Eid Holiday: Fun Places to Visit in Nigeria

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In-laws: Is there a difference between mine and yours?

When you married, you also became part of another family with its own set of expectations. There is need to recognize and respect those expectations within limits. However, none of those limits include:

Submerge all your own feelings, desires, preferences, and needs in the service of “doing things their way.”
Permit them to disrespect, control, or manipulate you for their own selfish ends.
It doesn’t entail “obeying” all their “parental” requests or requirements which, in some instances with some in-laws, may get out of control once entertained out of “respect”. … More In-laws: Is there a difference between mine and yours?

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