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  • “If your wife wears jeans to sleep and causing you emotional abuse its an offence and ...

    Married men who are being denied sex by their jeans-wearing wives have been advised to report their wives to the police.

  • Are you about to walk down the aisle? Don’t do so for these reasons. Wrong intentions become wrong foundations.

    When you come from Africa, you need not to be told how important weddings are here. Your parents can get so involved as though they are the ones walking down the aisle. As if that’s not enough, you can actually lose friends you don’t invite… forever. Yes, you heard me right. Forever!

  • In a certain phase of the lives of most young women, marriage is a priority. While others are overly obsessed with settling down with their special ones, a lot more only want to have a wedding. Marriage may not be such a thing for most young men. On the flip side, however, it’s such a big deal to women.

  • Many Ghanaian young men find it hard to make ends meet. It is also a fact that today there are thousands of unemployed Ghanaians who refuse to start anything on their own but ...

    Written By John Boakey - A recent study shown on Google indicates a rising search for ‘sugar mummies’ in Ghana. According to the study, Ghana ranks third in the rising search for sugar mummies in Africa, behind Nigeria and Kenya.

  • As lovers, we have a duty to whip up the excitement in our relationship. It’s amazing how people make a year’s resolutions without making any for their relationship.

    It’s that time of the year again that we make a long list of promises to ourselves and others. Calling them New Year resolutions, many of these dreams don’t live to see the light of the day because it’s either we don’t have the discipline to see them through or they are just unachievable.

  • By Jeremiah Buabeng - In my short life on earth, I have chalked a few success, made many mistakes, committed sins that should be unpardonable and battled with my own weaknesses. But through all of these, I have acquired a little wisdom about relationships, its power and how to manage them. I present to you 5 principles...

  • It’s always better to lose a man/woman before marriage than after marriage. Both have consequences, but the latter is always more damning.

    “No one ever uses their hard-earned money to marry their enemy” is an Akan proverb that is always worth pondering over by unmarried folks. Otherwise speaking, some couples were great lovers until marriage made them great enemies.

  • When people you are emotionally attached to are emotionally attached to someone else, they give you hints. They leave trails that lead to this person in their past. Amazingly,...

    It is a hell on earth dating someone who is still stuck in their past. No matter how much you help them get over whichever mess their ex created, they will still go back to them when they come back to apologize. Regardless of how good you are to them, they still assume it could have been better with their ex. When a man or woman has still not gotten over another, they presume no one, apart from the said person, is ever good enough.

  • Keeping your relationship (which you’re expecting to lead to the altar) in the closet saves you from a lot of hell. When the unexpected happens, you’re able to manage better.

    Yes! You have found love. You’re so excited about it. You can’t wait to flaunt them to your friends. You can’t wait to let your ex know that you weren’t a piece of good-for-nothing being after all. You want the whole world to know you’ve swept someone off their feet

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