Have you every really wondered why you are in a relationship? It’s like many go through that moments of friendship, infatuation and sometimes sexual tension then bam, out comes the question: would you be my woman or man? It all seems glamorous too, the nights out, long hours on the phone, blah blah blah. But … Continue reading Love and support
Earlier this month, I designed a Mother's Day card for family, friends and clients. It was symbolic in nature—a mother in red surrounded by her kids, depicting the hen-like protection a mother gives to her young. Hills and valleys in the background depicting the low times and high times when she has to be with … Continue reading What makes a good father?
So some time back I went for this awesome Christian program. The worship was incredible and at one point, everyone was in the Spirit, praying in tongues as the worship went on and all. You will think that I was in tune with the congregation, but no; I, in the midst everything taking place, was in two different worlds.
Let me be real. There was this really pretty girl standing a couple of aisles away from me—I can still see her face. And she just like me, wasn’t totally lost in worship like everyone else. She was, however, an usher and I, just a single guy looking for a lady. The struggle was real. #singleboystruggles
The first question is what makes you choose to trust people? Why do you trust God, your mum or me (to a degree)? I believe you trust us because we probably lived up to something we said we will do. This, however, is only one level of trust. There are various levels up this mountain … Continue reading Q&A: How can you make your partner trust you more besides opening up to him or her?
Before I get into the article, I dey want share some poem I rep for english inside. It’s hard to tell But I called it love It’s hard to sleep I’ve got you on mind Got a million questions Why not you in my life? Then I remembered You were somebody else’s girl So I … Continue reading Somebody in girl
A couple of years ago, I "rushed" into a relationship because I was scared someone else would have her. I was in love, we were worlds apart and I couldn't bear the thought of losing my young love to someone else. So I proposed though I knew it was too early and ended up spending … Continue reading The right reasons to enter a relationship
I never realised how much bearing grudges could really screw me up, till doing so left me reminiscing and regretting my actions. Little did I know till I wrote this, that one act of unforgivingness can lead to a chain reaction of problems: and many sour friendships. Till God finally got—or rather grabbed—my attention, I … Continue reading Unforgivingness
Time and time again, one principal has proven itself strong in my life-though it took me long to realise it-and it's this: love always wins. I first stumbled upon it after having one of the most loving and intimate conversations (ever) with a friend of mine after what seemed like a series of arguments; it … Continue reading Love always wins
One of the things I have realised about breakups and relationships turned sour, is this whole idea about using social media to either get an ex jealous or thinking about you. I guess myriads of people in this social media generation, have tried at one point in time or another, to take and upload a … Continue reading I want you back or maybe not
Have you ever told yourself that you will never do something or let something happen to you only to find yourself in the very position you never wanted? I guess we all have. I said to myself that I wasn't ever going to date a girl if I perceived that we will breakup. It’s not … Continue reading Love you, hate you, let’s break up
The biggest "thing" you are going to fight when pursing another girl, guys, or considering a new man, ladies, is your past. More specifically the memories of your hurts and failures. And guess what, in two years, every decision we all make today will be a part of our past. We all write our pasts … Continue reading The Heartbreak Monologue