The following pieces of information are vital. 1. The marriage institution means different things to different people, so it would be unwise of you to assume every marriage is the same. 2. Individuals are unique, they are wired differently and have gone through different experiences, so the perspective and lens through which they view things,
Written on Facebook by Penocrat Ayomide Ugonna 2019 Who has your ears? Why I hate pre-wedding photos (1) I'm sorry, but there are a lot of things I find funny in this space. Especially among married women. I woke up to an inbox message from a newly married woman. Her SINGLE friends had advised her
One common trend I have noticed in Nigeria and by Nigerians is the reality that many people never really put in effort in preparing for marriage. I know the mantra "na when you enter, marriage begin" has been sung so often that we have believed it to be true. But it is half-truth.
Today is Tuesday, barely three days ago, being Saturday, you must have heard or read of the wedding of that classmate of yours that looked like she was the last person in this world to get married, and boom, she is wearing a diamond ring, and you take a look at your fingers, no ring,
I would have said in Africa, but since I have not been to any of the African countries, except for Nigeria, let me respect myself and start my sentence with the country I’ve known all my life: Nigeria. In Nigeria, one of the traditions we have as shackles is the culture that as a woman