Tag "Love"

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GETTING TO KNOW MY BEST FRIEND WHO’S GAY

FOREWORD: Another ally speaks the message of love. Her name is Sally Dadzie, and what she has to say is very compelling. Check on it. * When I met him,

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STAY MAD!

I am very polite and nice. Too polite, as some friends and acquaintances have said to me. “You are too nice to be my son.” My mother says this to

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HOW CAN ANYONE CALL LOVE A CRIME?

FOREWORD: If you’ve read the three-chaptered Kito story – WE ARE HERE: THE ATTACK, THE HUNT, THE RETRIBUTION – then you would be familiar with who this next ally is.

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TODAY IS THAT DAY

I am in my room upstairs. The semester is just beginning and the hostel is eerily quiet because many students are yet to resume. It is raining outside and the

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FOR THE LOVE OF A MAN

Four years ago, I was supposed to be married to this man who was out to his family, was very serious about settling down and was Canadian Nigerian. He was

Dear KD 24 Comments

Dear KD: I Love “Love” But I Do Not Know How To Get It

I have been in 3 relationships, so to speak. The first was between 2012/2013. I was 19 years old then, and he was an older man. It was an abusive

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A Mother’s Choice To Love

In a Facebook update, Bunmi Tella talks about the woman she was as a born-again Christian and the woman she later chose to be. Check on it. * When I

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The Lie Of “I Love You”

You know what I don’t understand? Guys who are such pathological liars, they lie even when they don’t have to. How is it that you know someone, you both hook

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Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 18)

LESSON 18 From the chapter, ‘I Can Still Love More’, NT has this to say: “I believe everyone can love many people during their lives. I have loved three people

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Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 12)

[Click here for LESSON 11] LESSON 12 From the chapter, ‘When I Die, I Just Want To Be Remembered’, PD has this to say: “The best thing about being in