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Let your grown-up sons give your violent lover a dose of his medicine!

WHEN Joju met Mark, her second husband seven years ago at an end- of-year party a friend invited her to, she was very cautions. At 38, she’d been widowed for close to six years and a mum to two sons aged 15 and 13.

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Mothers lead by actions not by words

On Saturday, April 1, newspaper reports published that a 57 year old man from the of Mamadi village, Jikamshi Local Government Area of Katsina State, Salisu Magaji raped his seven month old step-daughter. According to the report, Magaji who is now in Police custody, admitted committing the crime after he dreamt that his addiction to womanizing would only stop after he has had sex with the baby.

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How inexperienced men are manipulated by their partners

A few of you readers have pleaded that I should treat problems that their youngsters could relate to. From time to time, I’ve tried to do that. So when recently, I got this piece from my e-mail, I jumped at the opportunity to share Roy’s problem with my younger readers. As common as his dilemma is, what rings true is the adage: None are so blind as those who can’t see.

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She’s no longer the woman I married

My wife no longer turns me on as I don’t find her attractive. We’ve been married for 28 years and are now in our 50s. I’m not a strapping young man but I’ve kept fit and exercise daily while my wife has let herself go. My social club of which she’s a member, has a state-of-the-art gym, but she refuses to join, even though she’s always taking diet pills.

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Are you encouraging promiscuity?

I don’t agree with your advice on pre-marital love-making. It seems to me that a girl having five lovers or more before wed-lock, which you often suggest, is now the norm, is very risky. With such easy pickings, men must be laughing their heads off with lust – unless they catch a nasty disease along the way. The guilt left behind causes a lot of misery. If love-making is worth anything, it is worth waiting for.

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Warning: Wearing knickers could be hazardous to your health!

Do you think your undies could be causing you serious health problems? And is there a real case for permanently consigning them to the back of your drawers? Surprising as it may seem, growing numbers of women say they are quietly giving up knickers for health reasons. It seems that synthetic materials, modern dyes and industrial- strength control fabrics now used in undies could be causing everything from infections to stomach aches and even prolapses – where an organ in a woman’s pelvis slips out of place.

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Celebrate the risen Jesus

Your column to express your loving thoughts in words to your sweetheart. Don’t be shy. Let it flow and let him or her know how dearly you feel. Write now in not more than 75 words to: The Editor, Sunday Vanguard, P.M.B. 1007, Apapa, Lagos. E.mail: sundaylovenotes@yahoo.com Please mark your envelope: “LOVE NOTES”

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Letting go of the past

Remembering the good times can help us feel wonderful whilst hanging on to the bad times can destroy us. By living in the past, we can forget to make the most of the present. Here’s how psychologists believe you can avoid falling into this trap: Take time to work out how many hours you spend thinking about the past. If you find yourself constantly returning to events that are long gone, there’s probably something that needs to be dealt with.

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