DivorceGood evening friends, welcome to December! It’s never too late to achieve your dreams, don’t lose hope yet. Today, we shall be addressing a topic many shy away from, but unfortunately, it is a reality these days & staring at us in the face.

You find two people who seem to be in love/inseparable, get married few months, years down the line; they want a DIVORCE! It almost seems normal these days, for couples to be “tired and want out” in a marriage.

Staying married these days almost seems abnormal. This makes me wonder, how did our parents stay married to each other with all the issues/problems they Continue reading


Dealing with an ex.

It’s another day friends! So excited to share with you today on #adamandeve. Welcome.

As usual, I won’t want to do this alone, kindly invite a friend to follow this handle and join in the conversation.
Today, we shall be discussing “DEALING WITH THE “EX” FACTOR”. Although, relating with an ex could seem harmless, it can threaten your current relationship.

Why we keep relating with an ex is a key point to consider.

A key reason is because of real friendship they previously shared. Sometimes, a person could be a “bad partner” but a very good friend, hence, when an ex is a good friend, you find yourself falling back into the friend zone.

Another reason why people keep relating with their ex could be due to sexual attachment. Some men/women are attracted to their ex because of previous ecstatic sexual experiences and they want a replay. Such attachment, to the ex, is focused on meeting each other’s sexual Continue reading

Resolving Negative Parental Consent towards marriage

Good day and welcome to today’s episode of #adamandeve. Today, we will be dealing with RESOLVING NEGATIVE PARENTAL CONSENT.

It’s common knowledge that in choice of who to marry, parental consent plays a key role.

Often, parental consent in marriage can be a manipulative tool in the hands of parents.

Parental consent is important since you don’t just marry your spouse, you marry into a family. Parental consent is also important as it helps to Continue reading

Dealing with a lying Partner (Cont’d)

Welcome to today’s episode of #adamandeve. It is always a pleasure doing this with you every week. Do remember to invite all your friends to follow this handle and join in the conversation.

Last week, we started a new discussion on “Dealing with a lying partner 1” and it generated tremendous response.

It seems everyone has been affected one way or the other by lies. Everyone agrees lying is a destructive habit that hurts you and everyone around you.

Dealing with a lying partner can be one of the greatest challenges in a Continue reading

Dealing with a lying partner (#adamandeve)

Hello friends, welcome to today’s episode of #adamandeve. Today, I start a new discussion on “DEALING WITH A LYING PARTNER.” Do remember to invite your friends to follow.

Being in a relationship with a lying partner isn’t fun. As a matter of fact it could be very agonizing. After a while, mistrust develops & other emotions – like bitterness & anger. Read on to find out how to deal with a lying spouse.

It’s hard to understand why your partner lies to you, since this was the person you vowed to love, honour and trust. Ideally, a relationship should be built on trust, respect and honesty. But when lying is involved, the bond is weakened.

Keeping important things to yourself and not sharing it with your partner might ruin your relationship. If you are involved with a compulsive partner, there is high probability that you constantly live in pain. Once you find out about the web of lies, it is usually hard to forgive. Pretty hard I must say.

Compulsive liars cannot help lying ‘even to their loved ones’. They lie so well that they can’t separate a lie and Continue reading

How to know if he is serious about the relationship or just wasting your time.

Pastor Bolaji Idowu

Welcome to today’s episode of #adamandeve. If this is your first time of joining in, you’re in for a great time. Last week we started a discussion on “From dating to marriage. How long/short?” If you missed it, you can read up on my TL.

So how do you know if he is serious about the relationship or just wasting your time? One way to know is; Is there progress in the relationship? Are you guys progressing as a couple?

And by progress I mean, have you met his parents? Are you engaged? Is there marriage talks? Does he make adjustments to accommodate you in his life? Truth is, talk is cheap until proportional actions are made.

Some relationships/engagements are long because one party in the relationship is not ready to make commitments. Does he talk with you in his future? If he sees you in his future, actions like signing documents in your name will emerge.

Does he introduce you to significant people in his life? i.e. parents, siblings, mentor, pastor. Is he granting you unusual access in his life and all he owns? e.g. keys to his apartment, where he keeps his money etc. Continue reading

Saving a Sinking Relationship/Marriage III

Welcome to another exciting episode of #adamandeve, do remember to invite your friends to follow the conversation. We have been discussing ways to save a sinking relationship/marriage, if you missed it, kindly read up on this TL.

The DESIRE to save a relationship/marriage is the starting point in saving the relationship or marriage. Once the desire to fix the relationship/marriage is gone, all other efforts both internal and external will be futile. The key question to ask is: “Do I still want it?” The more challenging a relationship is, the weaker the desire to make it work.

Initially, everyone would go through thick & thin to save their relationship/marriage, but as time goes on, that desire weakens. To regain that desire, you need to be confident of a better future in your relationship or marriage. You must be willing to let go of the past and its pain believing for a better future.

Emotional divorce takes place when emotions and desires have been disconnected from our partner. Emotional divorce is a result of prolonged turning away of your heart from your partner. When you are emotionally divorced from your partner, you’re there physically but emotionally departed Continue reading