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writer, blogger at Home Talks, Heir Of God
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Home Talks 14h
Replying to @EshoKemi
Thank you, Ejiro
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Home Talks 14h
If you put your kids above your spouse, the moment you become empty nesters, your marriage has ended. You and your spouse will just be living as flat mates. It won't be easy to create a balance particularly when the kids are young, but… via
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Home Talks Apr 24
I know we can easily chorus the answer. It’s the wife and immediate family before any other now. Our words are very swift to respond, but our actions are too slow to correspond. Read more on the blog.
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Home Talks Apr 23
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Home Talks Apr 23
It’s been a really long day. What did you achieve? Was reading the latest post on Home Talks part of it? It’s not too late you know. 🥰🥰
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Adeliyi Tolulope Emmanuel Apr 23
An appreciative person not only recognizes good, but he puts his thoughts of appreciation into written and spoken words. He thus gives expression to his appreciation and in so doing gladdens the hearts of all those with whom he comes into contact.
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Home Talks Apr 23
Alert alert! If you haven’t read the latest post on the blog, I don’t know if you’re doing the right thing, but I’m not offended. It’s not too late to read. See you on the blog in the comment section. Love, Home Talks.
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Home Talks Apr 22
Honeymoon: a phase or forever? What do you think? Read here and drop your comment on the blog. Waiting to hear from you.
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Home Talks Apr 22
Don’t be pressured to making honeymoon more of a rite if the above is what it will eventually become. ‘honeymooning’ should be more of a mind thing. You should always have the mindset that your marriage would be a lifetime honeymoon against all odds.
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Home Talks Apr 21
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Home Talks Apr 17
While I wait, I’ll wait for the day of our joining; A day I’ve always loved and longed for; Walking down the aisle, smiling in your face; To begin our journey to eternal paradise Read more on the blog.
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Home Talks Apr 16
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Home Talks Apr 16
When last? • • So, Shamseddin Giwa shared a post on when last a man (husband) played, complemented and made his wife feel special. I’m sure he’s going to do a follow up post for women,…
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Home Talks Apr 16
The fact that you are saddled with a lot of responsibility, and you do have a lot on your plate does not give you room to be slack when it comes to your career. By career, I mean whatever your hands find to do, which we are admonished to do whole heartedly
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Home Talks Apr 14
THE MARRIED WOMAN’S LIFE IN 4 PHASES
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Home Talks Apr 13
The Bible says, “children, obey your parents. Honour your father and mother so that your days may be long.’ Have you forgotten what the Bible says? “But the same Bible also says, ‘parents should not provoke their children to wrath.
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Home Talks Apr 13
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Home Talks Apr 11
AND PROVOKE NOT YOUR CHILDREN TO WRATH
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Home Talks Apr 11
Don’t get caught up in the maze of whose blueprint to follow. No two marriages can ever be the same See this.
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