IN those few minutes between the time you lay in bed and you fall asleep, something important could be taking place that could affect your marriage and your health. What is it? Something as simple as a little pillow talk.
THERE seems to be some sort of stigma when it comes to guys and girls being "just friends." While it seems to be a little bit more common
BEFORE you get married it may feel like there are about a million different things to think about. In fact, you may have been thinking about most of them ever since you were a little girl and dreaming about meeting ‘Mr Right’ one day.
TOXIC relationships: At first blush, hell no to that, right? But the tricky thing about toxicity is that it can be sneaky, and pervasive, and there's even a chance that you might be exhibiting certain toxic dating habits and not realise it. Crazy, huh? Except — not crazy, because calling someone crazy is most definitely a toxic thing to do.
HUMAN beings are fickle creatures — and females are no exception. One moment we want attention and then the next we don’t; however, there will always be one consistency: If you give too much of it, we don’t want it.
I don’t care what anyone says, there is a big difference between affectionate attention and over-the-top, unnecessary smothering.
YOU have met the love of your life. She is everything you have always dreamed of in a partner: vibrant, beautiful, clever, funny and, most importantly, she looks at you with love and admiration.
She is also significantly younger than you.
Today, straddling the age divide doesn’t raise too many eyebrows. Society has become used to seeing older men courting and marrying women young enough to be their daughter.
CULTURE, thousands of years of history and socio-economic factors still strongly influence a person’s position in nowadays society. And it is only naturally for these aspects to have a powerful hold over women and men alike. After all, it is no easy feat to escape your ancestral ties even in the present.
This paper, is a reaction to a developing trend among sections of Ghanaians in describing marriage duly conducted under custom as an ‘Engagement’. There is the need to correct this erroneous
Written by Counselor Adofoli
Ladies keep asking me if it’s good to provide for a boyfriend. Whether to give or lend them money, rent accommodation for them, pay for the bride price on their behalf, etc.