Married women, especially in Africa and the rest of the underdeveloped world, are usually blamed for failed marriages, especially where the issue of children is involved. While some are divorced for not having children at all, others are constantly under siege for failing to produce male children.Read More
RONKE is nobodyâ€™s wife. She has never been married and doesnâ€™t want to get married. She always insisted that she wasnâ€™t a wife material. She has her hands into several businesses including ordering items on her label abroad to be sold here in the country.Read More
By Bridget Amaraegbu (Â email@example.com ) Is it right or wrong to let oneâ€™s only son to take oathÂ of celibacy ie to become a Catholic priest? This is the questionÂ that our roving correspondent Bridget Amaraegbu seeks responses from individuals this week.Â While some people think priests should be allowed to marry and have
NEARING 50, Victor had thought his sex life was normal for his age.
Married for 22 years to his childhood sweetheart and mother of his four children, sex had been a once-a-week exercise and the wife wasnâ€™t complaining.
By Bridget AMARAEGBU ( Bridget Amaraegbu ) Mr Johnson, unknown to his wife, has been having an illicit affair with his maid, Ekaete for a very long time. But Ekaete didnâ€™t know how to report the matter to her madam for fear of the unknown, and so kept the trauma to herself. Then one fateful
LOTS have been said about the average female sexecutive. Amongst other things that she has bottom-owner …. that she knows how to twist a man round her little fingers – that she discards stale boy-friends as callously and with as little a remorse as you would have squashing a menacing cockroach. And most of these criticisms are borne out of envy because come to think of it, all women have a bottom-be it flat, rounded or inproportionate, but very few women have that ability to use what they have to get what they want.Read More
Madam Jane didnâ€™t know what she was getting herself into when she allowed her ex-boyfriend spend the night in her home without the consent of her husband. When her husband got to know about it the next day, he was furious. But because he loves his wife dearly, he didnâ€™t know how to handle the situation.Read More
DUNNI has been a sort of little â€˜brotherâ€™ for years now and he freely comes to me any time he wants any advice. Not that much was happening in his life, not for a long time at least.Read More
FOOD has a direct effect on the levels of certain brain chemical. For example, eating regular portions of tryptophan – containing proteins such as lean meat, cheese and eggs-can improve your mood. Itâ€™s because tryptophan is converted by the body into serotonin – the brain chemical that triggers the feel good effect.Read More
The advent of Christianity changed some unsavory practices that prevailed in Nigeria especially in the Eastern part of the country where widows were almost treated as lepers when they lose their husbands.Read More
THE decent thing to do when you realize your marriage isnâ€™t working in spite of all your efforts to make a go of things, is pack in such a relationship. Thatâ€™s exactly what Aminat did three years ago when she confessed she no longer felt anything passionate with her husband. And the feeling was mutual.Read More
WHENEVER the word, â€˜mistressâ€™ is mentioned, up springs the image of a calculating vamp dressed in skimpy clothes and expensive hair extensions, ready to entice away husbands without a second thought to the families of such men. But sometimes, the truth is usually more complicated. As a result, many women who find themselves the â€˜other womanâ€™ are caught in situations they never bargained for.Read More
Ngozi, an unmarried teenage mother had her first baby three years ago. To her dismay today, she is pregnant for her second baby. How could this have happened and how is she going to cope? The single mother remembered the heart break, severe pains and agony that trailed her first pregnancy following the refusal of her boyfriend, Charles, to accept responsibility of the child.Read More
WHY does a seemingly happily married woman go off the rail? â€œWell, ‘seemingly’ is the right word if youâ€™re thinking of Labakeâ€™s marriage,â€snorted Benny, a friend who dropped by to discuss the break-up of Labakeâ€™s 24 odd years of marriage. Weâ€™d all been classmates and have kept in touch over the years. Labake had always been flighty, she simply loved being â€˜chasedâ€™ by men.Read More
Physical disability in the past was seen as a kind of disease but not any more as those whom we refer to as the physically challenged are gradually becoming the celebrities of our time. The question Bridget Amaraegbu tried to look at this week is whether physical disability can be a barrier to true love and these are my findings.Read More