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Secret 1
Everyone you marry has a weakness. Only God does not have a weakness. So if you focus on your spouse's weakness you can't get the best out of his strength.
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Secret 2
Everyone has a dark history. No one is an angel. When you get married or you want to get married stop digging into someone's past. What matters most is the present life of your partner. Old things have passed away. Forgive and forget. Focus on the present and the future.
Less human

Secret 3
Every marriage has its own challenges. Marriage is not a bed of roses. Every good marriage has gone through its own test of blazing fire. True love proves in times of challenges.  Fight for your marriage. Make up your mind to stay with your spouse in times of need. Remember the vow For better for worse. In sickness and in health be there.Justychidd is one

Secret 4
Every marriage has different levels of success. Don't compare your marriage with any one else. We can never be equal. Some will be far, some …
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Manners in Children

From the little we young adult have been able to deduce and work on it and has proven to have a point and work, here are few keys that will help INSPIRE MANNERS IN CHILDREN.Love?

When it comes to children, its a total job all together, mums are adorable and available to put kids at rest and show, teach them the role to follow. Time

1.When entering the house greet your children or even hug them. This should help develop their sense of love and self worth. Nigeria

2.Be good to your neighbours and never backbite. Never speak ill of other drivers when on the road. Your children would listen, absorb and emulate. Children

3.When calling your parents, encourage your children to speak to them. When visiting your parents take your children with you. The more they see you take care of your parents the more they will learn to take care of you. Less human

4.When driving them to school, don't always play albums or cds in the car. Rather, tell them some motivational stories yourself. This w…

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Where Is Your Brother?

As children, we grew up loving to see people around us. In fact, nothing gave us more joy, like having our siblings, cousins, friends and neighbours around.
My blog is a year older

Our parents had little or nothing, but our glow, strength and wealth was in relationships, especially families. The joys and memories of holidays and celebrations remain fresh and evergreen in many hearts.   Mute2

We would usually lose sleep to happiness during such seasons. It was always a delight to see siblings, cousins, nieces, nephews, uncles, aunties, grannies, etc.
We shared everything in common. We ate from the same plates, shared the same cups, bathed together, slept on the same mats, and even covered with the same sheets at night. We accompanied each other everywhere, including the toilet.
One's fight was everyone's fight. One's victory was everyone's victory. Goal

Sadly, as we began to grow up, we began to grow apart. We began to raise fences over our once u…

Justychidd is 1(one)

Happy new month guys

It’s been great with you guys all the way,
Its official, JUSTYCHIDIDY'S BLOG is One ,it's been a year since I started blogging, am glad you are stalking me, keep it up, I must confess I enjoy it, continue.

 Guys I really do appreciate the effort you take dropping by, visiting and reading my posts, you also drop remarkable comments and I feel grateful,thankful and happy to see those comments, I pray that you get your heart desires. Mute2

For today’s post am going to be encouraging you, I just want you to know that Our greatest weakness lies in giving up, yes dear, its true

It’s the beginning of the month and if you haven’t started saving, its not too late

If you haven’t started any of the to-do-list you have stated , its not too late

If you haven’t started morning or night devotion, its still not too late

If you haven’t started taking out time to read news, books, article anything educative in a …

MUTE 2(here is a story)

La-Kesh: you will die a virgin, lol

In love with no leg
Lissa:With all pleasure (smiling more)

Kesh: Am sure, you are not serious? Am on my way now, see you soon.

(she dropped her phone as she continued to watch the tutorials on her iPad )

 Mrs Betty, her ever loving and beautiful client was already there waiting for her, she always comes to Melissa's studio to do her makeup whenever she was to attend an event or any other occasion.

She has come as usual to makeup, they are both starring at the mirror as lissa makes her up, she finally finished.

Mrs Betty: (smiling) awwww, this young lady you have done it again, you have turned me to a beautiful lady again, my head tie suit this makeup. I love you for this    Mute1 (here is a story)

Lissa reached out for the printed cards where its already written “do you like this? What do you think?

Mrs Betty: is there anything you do to my face that I do not like? my dear, I love this so much, thanks

Melissa: (she kept smiling at Mrs Betty)

MUTE (Here is a story)

A makeup artist whose sole means of communication is only through written words goes by the name Melissa, She is a natural entrepreneur who possesses what Joe Robinson says are the seven traits of successful entrepreneurs: tenacity, passion, tolerance of ambiguity, vision, self-belief, flexibility and defying conventional wisdom.

The simplest way to describe a black woman is that she is a complex and intricate being. She is light brownish in complexion, curvy, tall with curly hair, she is beautiful regardless. She had a sculpted figure. A pair of arched eyebrows looked down on sweeping eyelashes. Her delicate ears framed a button nose. A set of dazzling, angel-white teeth gleamed as she blew gently on her carmine-red fingernails. Her enticing, constellation-blue eyes that gaze and her puffy, heart-shaped lips.

A Love Story difference

She was on her way to the house like every other day, she stepped out of her vehicle and press the key to lock it as she made her way inside the house. A…

Its Mum and Dad's Anniversary

Happy 26th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Ariguzo

Mum and Dad As children, we often take for granted the many years of love and care we received from you. In fact, many of these memories, of our lives, we may not even remember. The sleepless nights, the countless diaper changes, our first steps, our first words… you even taught us how to use a spoon! We won’t say that we never felt grateful or that we never said “thank you” or “we appreciate you”. But we did say those things. However, we haven’t always told you all the things we are grateful for. So, on this 18th wedding anniversary, on behalf of my siblings and I, we would like to share with you, some of the many things we are forever thankful for.

Dear Mom and Daddy,
Thank you for the big things…
Thank you for preparing beautiful, well-balanced meals for us every night.
Thank you for putting clothes on my back and creating a beautiful, loving home for us to live in.

Thank you for though It’s hard in today’s society to find a couple that ha…