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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

How safe is cheating with a married person?

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There will be a showdown here

Dating a married person can be heartbreaking and dangerous. Most married people involved in extra-marital affair may be having trouble at home or a similar situation.
Despite the reason, most of them will not leave their partner so easily for their illegitimate lover after having bonded for many years especially when children are in-between. There is a risk of intense pain associated with cheating with a married person if you are also married. Imagine being torn between two lovers.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Rebound Relationship can’t be real

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Emotional pain that comes after break up is not something one can wish for. In a world that true love is hard to come by, millions pass through this every day. As a result some suffer deep depression that degenerates to physical and mental sickness while others may recover quickly and move on.

Thursday, November 20, 2014


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By Chukwuneta Obiageli

Chukwuneta Obiageli

She is what the Lagos based tabloids call a SOCIETY WOMAN, the type that clichés like ‘most society shindigs are incomplete without her in attendance, rumoured to have dated WHO IS WHO IN NIGERIA’.

So this particular caption of her gist (on the front page of a tabloid) screamed ALL MY MARRIED FRIENDS WISH THEY WERE ME or something of that nature. I didn’t doubt that claim for one minute because I have since realised that a lot of the problems that arise in some marriages is as a result of people WISHING TO BE SOMEBODY ELSE …rather than making efforts to work on their REALITY.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Signs it’s your soul mate

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Between soul mates, there must be a strong affinity and shared values with strong emotional bond. They seem to have unfinished business before. Soul mates relationship is an extraordinary mating of two souls.
There may be signs that you have met yours.  What could have been better anyway?
The signs:

Tuesday, November 18, 2014


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By Chukwuneta Obiageli

I am not comfortable when the EQUAL RIGHTS sermon is brought into a relationship/marriage. The old fashioned girl in me sees such as a sermon for the WORK PLACE AND OTHER SOCIAL INTERACTIONS. Marriage is NOT ‘benefits’ to be divided into two equal parts but a COMMITMENT (by two individuals) to become ONE-in every sense of the word. Be careful how you use words that end up entrenching SELFISHNESS in your relationship/marriage.

I will rather preach FAIRNESS when it comes to RELATIONSHIPS/MARRIAGE. Personally, I would desire nothing more from one who sees me as he sees himself, treats me like he would treat himself, sees mine as his’ and his’ as mine. When ‘fairness’ is the bedrock of a marriage/relationship…’rights’ don’t matter. Who drags ‘rights’ with him/herself-anyway?

Friday, October 24, 2014

Get healed fully before getting involved in another relationship

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Are they really together?

One who has gotten out of a toxic relationship should count their blessings that he/she is no longer there. Now it’s the time to heal. You have a probability of getting better or full recovery. Sure, you will deal with all kinds of emotional turbulence on your journey to recovery mostly resulting from unconscious flash backs. Just relax, process through the journey probably with the help of a therapist, you will see yourself recover sooner than ever imagined.

Perhaps, you desire a new and healthy relationship. Probably the ended toxic relationship has robbed you of some pursuits in life. Getting involved in a toxic relationship drains energy and destroys its creative power as well.  To be sure you don’t derail from the process of recovery, avoid the following distractions.