The hidden Truth On Marriage: Never Discuss These 10 Things With Another Woman

Below are the amazing tips to save your marriage, because MARRIAGE is honourable;

1. Details about your love life

Don’t share your intimacy troubles with others, especially another woman. Those are personal discussions you should only have with your wife or a professional if needed. With your wife, work together with patience and love to improve intimacy in your marriage.

2. Complaints about your wife

Don’t criticize your wife in front of other women. Respect your spouse by going only to her when you have concerns about things she says or does.

3. Personal family business

Love your family enough to keep family business within the family. Sharing delicate information can lead to others discovering information that should be kept private. And when that happens, it hurts you and the people closest to you.

4. Your own secrets

Confide in your wife and no one else. She should be the person you want to go to first with bad or good news. Keeping secrets with another woman will only harm your marriage.

5. Difficulties in your marriage

When you go to another woman about your marital problems, she might want to comfort you, which steers you into dangerous territory. Work on solving your arguments with your spouse. Talk to her and confide in a trusted family member or professional if you need more help.

6. When she does something better than your wife

Don’t put another woman above your wife, not only in what you do, but also in what you say. Even if your wife never finds out that you’re comparing her to another woman, it can put that woman in an uncomfortable position.

7. If you want to hang out together

Even if you and your wife are going through a rough patch, never invite another woman to be alone with you. This will hurt your wife and your marriage. Spend time with your female friends in groups, and always with your wife present. Invite a few others and have a great time, but don’t make your marriage suffer because of one night alone with another woman, even if “nothing happens.”

8. If you’re considering divorce

You don’t want your children or other family members finding out about your divorce from anyone else, whether the decision is final or not. You aren’t available yet, so wait before telling another woman you’re looking to date.

9. Complimenting her too much

It’s fine to tell another woman she looks nice, but don’t make it a habit of complimenting her every day. Your flattery could give her mixed messages; she could think you’re interested in her, start to return the compliments and even flirt a little. Save your marriage by refraining from giving other women praise that could be interpreted as flirtatious.

10. Complimenting the wrong things

While telling a woman she looks beautiful will make her entire day, there are a few compliments you should never give another woman. Complimenting a woman’s body is inappropriate unless she’s your wife. The way you comment about another woman in general could make her think you’re into her, and whether you are or not, that’s not a message you should be sending to another woman.

For excessive sex, wife seeks dissolution of 14-year marriage

For excessive sex, wife seeks dissolution of 14-year marriage

Mrs Foluke Ojo has approached a Magistrate Court sitting in Akure, the Ondo State capital, seeking dissolution of her marriage to Busuyi Ojo, saying she was tired of the union over alleged too much sex from her husband.

The couple who had been married for 14 years, both agreed to the dissolution. Folake alleged that her husband was no more taking care of the family. She declared that she was no more in love with her husband, asking the court to grant her prayer.

The applicant alleged that Busuyi wanted to have sex with her all the time; and that anytime she refused to have sex with him, she would be beaten blue black by her husband. She further alleged that after beating her, Busuyi would still go ahead and have sex with her.

She alleged, “There was a day my husband beat me up, it was my mother that rescued me and took me to hospital.”

In response, Busuyi denied all the allegations leveled against him by his wife; saying that Folake always disobeyed him and that she did not always behave like a responsible wife.

“She dressed like a prostitute, she can wear any cloth she likes, forgetting that she is a housewife,” Busuyi alleged.

Expressing no more interest in the marriage, the husband urged the court to grant his wife’s request of terminating the 14-year union.

Having heard from both sides, the president of the Magistrates’ Court, Mr. Ayodele Omotola, in his ruling, said there was an indication that the relationship had broken down, but he urged the parties to allow peace to reign.

The court president however ordered the respondent to pay a sum of N5,000 to the court for the food allowances of their children and then adjourned the case till May 10, 2017 (today) for judgment.

COUPLES ONLY: 6 Things You Should Do With Your Wife As Soon As You Wake Up

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When your alarm goes off, the first thing you probably think of is your to-do list: Get the kids ready for school. Pick up your dry cleaning. Turn in that presentation to your boss.

But there’s one major thing you’re probably forgetting: the person right next to you.

Sure, you think about your partner. You send each other texts throughout the day, and you both put in the effort for an occasional date night. But do you actually take the time every day to truly pause and connect?

The morning is the perfect time for this—not only because what you do first thing can set the tone for the rest of the day, but because you haven’t already gotten bogged down with other responsibilities.

Plus, during the early morning, your heart rate and blood pressure are typically the lowest they’ll be all day, say Patricia Johnson and Mark Michaels, coauthors of Designer Relationships and Partners In Passion.

“When we’re relaxed, we’re more open to feelings of intimacy and connection,” they say. “Sadly, couples often roll out of bed by ignoring one another because they’re so preoccupied with getting out of the house.”

We get it: You don’t have the time—or the energy—to do something grandiose before brushing your teeth. But the good news is you don’t have to.

These six things are small enough, and worth it enough, to integrate into your morning routine.

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1. SAY ‘GOOD MORNING’ AND ‘GOODBYE’
Sounds simple, but this small gesture can have a big impact.

Think about it: Before you close your computer and grab your cell phone to catch a train home, you usually tell your coworkers goodbye, right? Or after drinks with your buddies, you probably wish them well.

Your partner deserves the same treatment.

“Not saying ‘good morning,’ or anything at all for that matter, can make your partner feel isolated and underappreciated,” says Sara Sedlik, MA, a licensed marriage and family therapist in Redondo Beach, California.

“And saying goodbye is as important as saying hello,” Sedlik says. “It is acknowledging that person, whether you are fighting or not. Storming out the door or just leaving feels abandoning to most people.”

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2. WAKE UP 10 MINUTES EARLIER TO SIT AND HAVE COFFEE
If it’s not Saturday morning, do you ever sit together and sip a cup of Joe? There’s a reason so many business deals and friendships are built over coffee—it takes time to consume and gives you the chance to truly communicate.

Love expert and coach Laurel House suggests setting your alarm 10 minutes earlier so you can actually enjoy your brew before heading out for the day. We know, it sounds painful to wake up any earlier than you have to, but this will likely become a ritual that you look forward to.

“More than setting the tone of the day, you are setting the tone of your mind,” House says.

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3. COMPLIMENT SOMETHING—ANYTHING.
When you get caught up in the I-have-to-go-don’t-forget-to-buy-milk-okay-love-you-bye tango, you might forget to tell your partner why you married her. Or why you’re proud of her. Or why you love her so damn much.

Researcher John Gottman argues that to set the tone in your marriage, you need to balance every negative comment with five positive ones.

Even if it’s as simple as, “You smell good” or “You were really great with our son yesterday,” it can go a long way. No better time to start than first thing in the morning.

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4. RELEASE YOUR FRUSTRATIONS
You know about the supposed dangers of going to bed angry, but Sedlik says it’s actually more important that you don’t leave the house upset.

If you wake up and need to get something off your chest, taking 5 minutes to say what you mean can actually improve your marriage.

 “The morning is an especially good time to set the tone so that the rest of your day isn’t overshadowed with resentment or anger,” says Sedlik. “Who wants to feel distant or misunderstood while they are trying to focus on work or family?”

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5. ACTUALLY LOOK AT EACH OTHER
When your alarm goes off, the first thing you probably think of is your to-do list: Get the kids ready for school. Pick up your dry cleaning. Turn in that presentation to your boss.

But there’s one major thing you’re probably forgetting: the person right next to you.

Sure, you think about your partner. You send each other texts throughout the day, and you both put in the effort for an occasional date night. But do you actually take the time every day to truly pause and connect?

The morning is the perfect time for this—not only because what you do first thing can set the tone for the rest of the day, but because you haven’t already gotten bogged down with other responsibilities.

Plus, during the early morning, your heart rate and blood pressure are typically the lowest they’ll be all day, say Patricia Johnson and Mark Michaels, coauthors of Designer Relationships and Partners In Passion.

“When we’re relaxed, we’re more open to feelings of intimacy and connection,” they say. “Sadly, couples often roll out of bed by ignoring one another because they’re so preoccupied with getting out of the house.”

We get it: You don’t have the time—or the energy—to do something grandiose before brushing your teeth. But the good news is you don’t have to.

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6. TELL YOUR PARTNER A JOKE
No pressure: It doesn’t have to be a good one. Maybe you both love a good dad joke, or filthy, inappropriate language is more your style. Or you have inside jokes that always get you laughing.

Sedlik says telling or texting your partner something ridiculous while you’re both getting the kids ready for school will deepen your connection. “Being silly can relieve stress in a marriage, and creates a constant connection and a feeling of partnership.”

I’M BEING PRESSURED TO MARRY – RITA DOMINIC

Nollywood actress, Rita Dominic has revealed why she is yet unmarried.

I’M BEING PRESSURED TO MARRY – RITA DOMINIC

Rita, a veteran Nigerian actress was speaking in an interview with a lifestyle and fashion magazine, Schick, where she said that she could have been married a long time ago, but things didn’t work out.

The multiple award-winning actress, however, is hopeful that God will present the right man to her at the ri
ght time.

She said, “I believe that God is in charge of my life and will present the right man to me at the right time.”

When asked whether social pressure don’t get to her, Rita replied, “I am a human being and I would be lying to say that it doesn’t sometimes.

“More so because it’s something I sincerely want to do but the feeling passes when I remember that society will not live with the person.

“I will live with the man, so it is very important that I do it because I want to, not because society wants it for me.”

On the myth that sex, for women, gets better with age, Rita opined that sex at 40 is what you make of it.

“If you ordinarily don’t enjoy it, age won’t make a difference.

“I find that when a woman embraces her sexuality, many Nigerians equate it to being Ashewo, as if we should act like sex is not pleasurable.”

Rita described dating, as a nightmare, “especially in these days of social media where with one click you are all over the internet.”

Though she admitted that “I do date when someone special comes around. I love being totally drawn to someone and doing all those loving things couples do, but I am also wary of liars and bullies.‎”

EXPOSED: "Yes, I separated from my husband. We are in court and the rest is in God’s hands" – Janet Jackson

In a new video released on her website and on social media, Janet Jackson for the first time speaks briefly about her pending divorce from husband Wissam Al Mana, which was reported just three months after the birth of their son Eissa, her weight gain and the start of her world tour.

According to her;
“Oh my gosh, I look like I have bags under my eyes. Hey you guys. It’s me Jane.. just in case you don’t recognize me because I have put on quite a few since I had the baby. Since I had my baby, I thank God for him you guys, he is so healthy. So beautiful, so sweet, so loving such a happy baby. This message was supposed to be about something else but I would get to that in a minute. I just wan’t to keep it real with you guys for a second. Yes, I separated from my husband. We are in court and the rest is in God’s hands. Now for that something else, I’m continuing my tour as I promised. I’m so excited, you guys. I decided to change the name of the tour to State Of The World Tour. It’s not about politics. It’s about people, the world, relationships and just love. I want to thank you guys for your patience, for all of your support throughout the years, thank you so much. I am so excited, I cannot wait to see you on stage.”

65-year-old man exposes wife’s adulterous lifestyle

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A 65-year-old man on Friday told an Ibadan Customary Court, sitting in Agodi, how his wife of 38 years committed adultery with his typist while he was away on official assignment.

The husband, Mr Alaba Aigbe, had asked the court to dissolve his marriage with Veronica over alleged adultery and witchcraft.

In his testimony, the complainant said that while he was on official assignment in Jigawa in 2006, he asked his typist to be collecting his salaries and give to his wife.

“Since the assignment will take a year to complete, I asked my typist to receive my salaries on my behalf and forward it to my wife because I did not want her and the children to suffer when I was away.

“My typist used the opportunity to woo my wife and they started the illicit affairs until 2007 when I returned home.

“I suspected the immorality when things turned upside down for my family and I sought for spiritual solution.

“It was in the course of finding solution to the problem that I got to know about the relationship between her and the typist.

“She confessed to me but said the typist only fingered her private part on four different occasions when I was away.

“I told her that the only condition to forgive her was to follow me to my village to make some rituals and appeal to my family gods because adultery is abomination in my village.

“She refused to follow me, saying that she is a Deaconess and that she had taken the typist to her pastor for confession of sin and forgiveness,” the complainant narrated.

In her defense, Veronica, who did not deny the allegation, said her husband was the cause of the incident, saying that she had warned her husband not to allow the typist come to their house.

Veronica, however, pleaded the court not to dissolve the marriage which was blessed with seven children, saying she had suffered enough about the issue.

In his judgment, Chief Mukaila Balogun, the president of the court, dissolved the marriage and ordered the complainant to pay N17,000 to the defendant for her to pack her load.

Balogun further directed that the defendant should take custody of the seventh child while the husband should pay her N5000 monthly allowance or the upkeep of the child.