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The Five Love Languages

By – Pleasure Chizoba In 1992, Gary Chapman published The 5 love languages  and it has since sold over 5million copies and been translated into 40 languages. As an experienced marriage counselor, he had noticed that everyone has a prefered way of receiving and experiencing love and wrote this book …

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You Are Not Alone

By – Kayode Ipadeola Have you ever wondered why so many people are attempting suicide this days? Sometimes in April, I wrote on “Antidepressants”, in which I highlighted the fundamental causes of suicide attempts, now let’s quickly analyze the means to control and subdue this deadly feeling of ending ones …

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Let’s Talk About Sex

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh Sex is a versatile topic that generates many questions as well as answers, still, for kids,  teenagers and adults,  there’s a lot to learn wen it comes to sex. For kids,  teenagers and young adults,  the most common and unarguably the most effective recommendation is …

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The Sufferhead Mentality

By – Linda Ibeh These days, kids are so eager to help out in the kitchen. My niece is constantly asking “can I help you make it?” and even throws a tantrum when I refuse. Oh dear child, if you knew the kind of “help” we had to render in …

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The Dangers Of Taking Shortcuts

By – Joyce Paulsen I am a firm believer in the concept of physical exercise. I think I have fallen in love with working out. One of the things I have achieved this year is creating a culture of daily work out and I am loving it each day as …

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Audacity To Live Your Dreams

By – Crystal Chinonye Dreams can be so overwhelming. The thoughts of achieving those great things can be so scary, the thoughts of building that gigantic house, getting that mind blowing bank alert, building that gigantic factory and taking your business to different part of the world, all of these …

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A Sip Of Manner

By – Kayode Ipadeola So you happen to be one of those front desk officials at Dominos pizza, where it’s a normal phenomenon to attend to a minimum of twenty customers per day. Customer A makes an order and you simply provide his request, he makes the payment and you …

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Be More Ridiculous

By – Pleasure Chizoba Every great song-writer has been scorned at some stage Every great comedian has been heckled Every great preacher has had listeners who thought they were nuts Every great entrepreneur has had their ideas mocked Every great parent has methods that other parents think are crazy Every …

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I Can Do Bad All By Myself

By – Lois Peters Yeah right, I know the title got you. In all sincerity, I can actually do bad all by myself. Let me tell you a brief tale of what happened at a friend’s office. You know how funny people can be and you know that when you …

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Campus Matters: Life In Grace Hostel

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh The story of life in Grace hostel started back in 2011 when my roommate and I came by a room vacancy at Grace Hostel, to say the least we found it conveniently suitable since it looked really neat, quiet, secure with constant water supply, plus …

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Living In Contentment; Trusting The Process

By – Ibeh Linda Contentment: a state of happiness and satisfaction Recently in the news there’s been a lot of talk about of depression and people generally (especially young ones within ages 29-35) dying of hypertension. I was having a discussion with a close friend of mine who just completed …

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Cryptocurrency: The Hidden Wealth

By – Joyce Paulsen Sometime last year, there was a lot of rave about Bitcoin so much so that one of my friends was nicknamed Bitcoin. We would make fun of him because the most frequent word on his lips was Bitcoin. I know some of my dear readers are …

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One Oil Barrel At A Time

By – Lois Peters Flipping through the pages of an interesting read, I found this old saying, “By the yard, it’s hard, but inch by inch, anything’s a cinch.” At a first glance, it didn’t mean much to me, as I have grown very “unfondly” with the likes of Shakespearian …

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Tips To Rock The Rainy Season

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh Winter Rain is coming; I was holed up inside my room all morning yesterday. The heavens were in a mood, the clouds opened and poured complete with lightning and thunder. I have lived in Ifo (a small town somewhere in Ogun state) for a few …

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