If you want to get to your destination, you better keep the headlights on in the dark.

No matter how experienced you are at driving, you will always need the headlights at night.

Sometimes we start to feel we are now “experienced” and then we begin to turn off the headlights and shut God out of our journey in life. I’ve been there, so I ain’t judging nobody.

Of course, we might be experienced, but when you 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 DEAL WITH PAINFUL BREAKUP AND DIVORCE (#adamandeve series on Twitter with Pastor Bolaji Idowu)

Good evening and welcome to today’s episode of #AdamandEvePstBolaji.

Today’s discussion promises to be an insightful one, do remember to invite your friends to follow the conversation.
We will be discussing HOW TO DEAL WITH PAINFUL BREAKUP AND DIVORCE.

It’s never easy when a marriage or significant relationship ends. Whatever the reason for the split, it can turn your whole world upside down and trigger all sorts of painful feelings.

You can either learn from the experience and grow into a stronger, wiser person or stay hurting and not move on.

Why do breakups hurt so much, even when the relationship is no longer good?

A divorce/breakup is painful because it represents the loss, not just of the relationship, but also of shared dreams.

Romantic relationships begin on a high note of excitement and hope, you dream of all that you can be together.

When these relationships fail, we experience profound disappointment, stress, and grief. A breakup or divorce launches one into uncharted territory. Continue reading

Serendipity of Love: Finding love in a weird circumstance.

Transfixed for about five seconds, mesmerized, I could hear my heart thump as I planned my escape. Without a second thought, mustering all the strength in me, I pushed the table with so much force, knocking down the stranger standing on the other side. The drinks, cup and bottles on the table all hitting the ground with a shattering sound.

He was about 5.6ft tall, with a moustache and a piercing gaze, obviously bold. I didn’t have enough time to scan him through, but he looked like a cowboy – brown or black hat, red bandana round his neck, a shirt with a brown vest on top. He had a blue or black jean on, I can’t recall vividly, his look wasn’t so scary, but his voice when he said “I’ve been looking for you” sent electrifying signals down my spine. Continue reading