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Why Is She The Only One Responsible?

  There is this popular Yoruba saying usually made as a way of instruction to wives especially young wives which goes thus: “Ile oko, ile eko ni”. This is loosely translated as “Your husband’s house is a school”. No wonder it is usually only the woman that is expected to bend herself over backward and […]

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๐Ÿ‹๐Ÿ“ A MAN ON A MISSION ๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿ‡

Some time ago, I wrote on a woman on a mission and surprisingly I got requests to write on the topic for the male folks as well. Smiles. It’s a blessing you know to have men who definitely know their being ain’t meant to be a norm or for them to be mere men. But […]

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๐Ÿคณโœ๏ธ Learn from the Grizzly ๐Ÿ‘ด๐Ÿ‘ต

After an exciting time of chit chatting with colleagues and friends at the end of a workday. I was headed home and whilst in the cab, I starred out of the window (I love to do this as it stirs my thoughts). A lot of things crossed my mind in the process and for a […]

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๐Ÿ˜ฑ WHEN THE WOW ISN’T ALL WOW ๐Ÿค”

  Have you ever had a view on something and even from afar off, you are really thrilled and to make it really interesting but saddening you get closer and you have a different view of the thing in question and you are not so wowed about it any longer. Let me share one of […]

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Female Genital. Mutilation

  Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), also known as female genital cutting and female circumcision, is the ritual removal of some or all of the external female genitalia. Typically carried out by a traditional circumciser with a blade or razor, with or without anaesthesia, FGM is concentrated in 27 countries in Africa, as well as in […]

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Teach your child the Underwear Rule and help protect them from abuse.

  The Underwear Rule is a simple way that parents can help keep children safe from abuse – without using scary words or mentioning sex. Talk PANTS and you’ve got the Underwear Rule covered PANTS is an easy way for you to explain to your child the key elements of the Underwear Rule: PRIVATES are […]

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How Your Baby Sleeps

  Even before birth, your baby’s days were divided between periods of sleep and wakefulness. By the eighth month of pregnancy or earlier, her sleep periods consist of the same two distinct phases that we all experience: Rapid eye movement (or REM) sleep, the time during which she does her active dreaming. During these periods […]

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Burping Your Baby

  Young babies naturally fuss and get cranky when they swallow air during feedings. Although this occurs in both breast-fed and bottle-fed infants, it’s seen more often with the bottle. When it happens, you’re better off stopping the feeding than letting your infant fuss and nurse at the same time. This continued fussing will cause […]

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Trade By Barter?

I was in a store to buy some cake baking ingredients sometime last year, and the store owner and her daughter, who obviously had just returned from school were acting a fun script while the store assistant picked out the stuff I requested for. The daughter brought out twenty naira from her pocket saying that […]

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Teaching Your Child About Wins and Losses

    Some weeks ago, one of the mummies I met on Facebook who is a proprietress contacted me to ask for permission to publish one of my articles in the school’s magazine (You can read the article HERE) Coincidentally, just a few weeks after that I was in a secondary school to fellowship with […]

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Children And Sleep

  Sleep is a vital need, essential to a childโ€™s health and growth. Sleep promotes alertness, memory and performance. Children who get enough sleep are more likely to function better and are less prone to behavioral problems and moodiness. That is why it is important for parents to start early and help their children develop […]

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Pregnancy Is Not A Disease

  Once some women get pregnant, they take up some unpleasant attitudes. They make it look like pregnancy is a plague or something. I totally disagree. Normal activities must continue (except your doctor says otherwise). Pregnancy sure deals with individuals differently, and your first pregnancy could differ from the second and even the third. If […]

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Why Marry When You Can Stay Single?

  What is marriage all about? For real, must everyone get married? I’ve got answers to these questions in this video… Make sure to note the points raised in this video to assure yourself of having a successful single or married life; whichever you choose. WATCH THE VIDEO NOW  

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Raising Sexually Pure Children – Free eBook

  I am giving out my Book, Raising Sexually Pure Children FREE. This book is a must read for all parents and parents-to-be. I believe this is an important tool that will equip you to raise sexually pure children in this age and time of sexual pervasion. There’s been over 1000 downloads of this book […]

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SEX IN MARRIAGE : A Message to Women

Many men complain about their wives depriving them of sex. As much as the men have a part to play in the overall health of their sex life, I have chosen to speak to women about the importance of sex in marriage. In this video, I also encourage the women to deal with the issues […]

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Spark to Flames

Let’s take the fireplace as a case study: You know, when you gather sticks to cook on a fireplace, for you to have a smooth cooking experience you have to continually shake off the ash from the sticks and push them further inside so that they can together give you better igniting power. It is […]

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Three Stages of Marriage

  โ€ขAre you married? โ€ขMarried but feeling single? โ€ขFeel like giving up on your marriage? Wait… โ€ขAre you single and planning to get married? Watch this video to arm yourself with some indispensable knowledge for having a successful marriage as I share with you the three stages of marriage. Please share this with your friends! […]

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Location Locked

Yesterday morning, I was thinking about how I don’t get strong network connections when I move to certain parts of my house but the opposite occurs when I move to other areas of the house. . . .Same house; different experiences in different rooms. As I ruminated on this, a message was dropped in my […]

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What You Don’t Control Will Control You

My best food as a child/teenager was beans and fried plantain. O, how I loved the combo. You see, whenever I see plantain or perceive the aroma of fried plantain, my stomach begins to dance. Fried plantains just have a way of calling out to me. It resonates with my alimentary canal like jam on […]

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