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The Homemakers !!


A man came home from work and found his 5 children outside, still in their pajamas, playing in the mud, with empty food boxes and wrappers strewn around garden. The door of his wife’s car was open, as was the front door to the house and no sign of the dog. Walking in the door, … Continue reading

A WOMAN IS A MULTIPLIER!!!

A WOMAN IS A MULTIPLIER!!!


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A woman’s enemy is another woman


  For years there has been talk of ‘men keeping women down,’ but is it the bitter truth that women remain their own worst enemies.   “A woman’s enemy is another woman”.  Women are more into counting someone else’s blessings and sorrows rather than focussing on their owns. Also, their  focus is not their own businesses. They keep meddling in issues that do not concern … Continue reading

Signs Of An Abusive Boyfriend


The abusive man: Quickly uses the “L” word. How, you say, is uttering, “I love you” abusive?? While it seems like an idyllic scene from a romantic movie when your new lover uses those oh so sweet words shortly after meeting you, abusive men actually use this technique to “hook you” so that you will … Continue reading

Signs Of A Non-abusive And Unhealthy Boyfriend

Signs Of A Non-abusive And Unhealthy Boyfriend


The non-abusive & unhealthy man: Lacks effort. This type of boyfriend may forget to call you back, forgets your anniversary, your birthday, and the right time to show up for a date. He also may not set aside free time to spend with you-and free time doesn’t mean in front of the television only. Presents … Continue reading

The Looser Boyfriend

The Looser Boyfriend


  A boyfriend is a regular male companion in a romantic and or sexual relationship, although normally not in long-term committed (e.g. marital) relationships, where other titles (e.g. husband, partner) are more commonly used.Ever wondered if the boyfriend paid for many of the dates in the beginning of the relationship, but doesn’t bother at all with dinner/drink costs after a few … Continue reading