Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Naija marriage discussion forum is a place for
Nigerian married and engaged couples who are looking for a
place to share their personal, passionate opinions about issues
that impact marriages in our country.
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Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Post by Bro Kunle Emmanuel » Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:12 am

Naija marriage discussion forum is a place for Nigerian married and engaged couples who are looking for a place to share their personal, passionate opinions about issues that impact marriages in our country.

Many marriages are struggling to survive in the present days and many are falling by the way side. To strengthens and build a lifetime marriage among Nigerian couples in the face of all these challenges are the goals of the forum. Not all marriages fail for the same reason. Nor is there usually one reason for the breakdown of a particular marriage. Nevertheless, we hear some reasons more often than others.

Our areas of discussions will be more on commitment to the marriage,
couple’s marital obligation and satisfaction, poor communication, being attentive to spouse, expectations failure and most important one – sexual intimacy. These and many will be our focus on this forum. Let’s share our deepest feelings, doubts, ideas and celebration of matrimony with others.

While we express our feelings and seek the opinions of naija couples; we should remember that this forum is public. So if you are going to post something negative about your marriage or your spouse, do so in a way that someone who knows you or your spouse cannot determine your identity based on the information you provide. That could be very hurtful to your spouse. So we want you to avoid a hurtful comment that could have been prevented with the right precautions. If you are not married, please be cautious about giving advice unless you have been married in the past.

We are a rich blessed country with different languages, cultures, religions and ethnicity. We must therefore respect one another’s views, be polite, assume good faith and avoid personal attacks.

You are welcome to Nigeria couples forum.

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Re: Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Post by emily6 » Sat Feb 02, 2013 8:09 am

Many people will take LUST for LOVE today & will end up DESTROYING their DESTINY & BUILDING a SHAMEFUL & SORROWFUL future in which there may never be a REMEDY for some, & for some, d REMEDY MAY come but may take TIME & will be with PAINS, TEARS & INTENSIVE FASTING & PRAYERS.

LUST is any expression to an opposite sex which is against the commandments of GOD e.g FORNICATION (popularly referred to as PRE-MARITAL SEX) & ADULTERY.

GOD is LOVE, so, if U want to show LOVE today, PLEASE show GOD and show the type of GOD's LOVE to everybody around you.

GOD BLESS U AS U SHOW CHRIST TO SOMEONE TODAY.

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Re: Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Post by Bro Kunle Emmanuel » Sat Jul 27, 2013 2:13 pm

What is God's view of marriage? God designed marriage to be the closest and best of all human relationships. A man and woman were created to complement one another's physical, spiritual, emotional, and social needs and abilities in the special relationship we call marriage. Their union was to be more than merely a sexual act, it was to be a union of purpose, hearts, and souls. Your selection of a marriage partner must be someone who will complement your needs, and someone whose needs you can joyfully fulfill.
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Re: Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Post by Bro Kunle Emmanuel » Sat Oct 19, 2013 1:03 pm

MARRIAGE TILL DEATH DO US APART.
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Re: Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Post by Bro Kunle Emmanuel » Sat Dec 14, 2013 7:59 pm

A peaceful and happy marriage is never a magic; is all about two correct people in a car, with one driving and the other telling the driver what is on the road-map. However; there is bound to be problems when the two people want to be behind the wheel at a time. A lot of marriages are crashing today as a result of that analogy.

Marriages would have been so beautiful today, if all of us imbibe the old culture into the era of civilization which has unfortunately turned everything upside down.

I am not supporting you calling your husband daddy, instead call him a pet name. When he shares an idea with you, don't dominate the conversation. When he doesn't agree with your idea, you agree with him. And when he fails don't ridicule him.

Please submit but when a man is a bad spender, apply wisdom. When a man is lazy, and still want you to have baby every year, use wisdom. If a man has children outside your marriage, when acquiring properties, please use wisdom.

I will not fail to acknowledge the fact that men have their ego, and when you don't help him nurse that ego, is going to bounce back on you negatively. So wisdom is essential in your submission.
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Post by tamie_33 » Tue May 20, 2014 10:38 am

Thanks for giving us chance to write our views on your Nigerian Marriage Discussion. My marriage is fixed and held on next month, so looking for best event space in nyc. Please give your recommendations.

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Post by andriew25 » Thu Jun 19, 2014 11:30 am

Thanks for sharing your thoughts on Nigerian Marriage!! Yeah wedding involves great commitment between both bride and groom, after marriage Bride and groom are like wheels for each other, like in car if one wheel is failed then we can’t drive it, same is the case with Marriage. So, both partners play an important role.
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Re: Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Post by Bro Kunle Emmanuel » Tue Jun 24, 2014 12:19 pm

TOPIC FOR TODAY - Inability to feed him
A good number of women no longer bother to know how their husband feeds. Madam, because you have ten stewards doesn’t mean you should ignore your husband. You may not always be there to serve him, but please prepare his soup yourself. It’s sad to note that woman now use domestic staff to cover up their inability to cook well. There is a saying in my place,”a mothers food tastes different”.

Your children and husband want to eat mummy’s food.
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Re: Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Post by Bro Kunle Emmanuel » Tue Jun 24, 2014 12:44 pm

Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.
A great marriage is not when the ‘perfect couple’ comes together. It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences.”
A great marriage isn’t something that just happens; it’s something that must be created.
The first to apologize is the bravest. The first to forgive is the strongest. The first to forget is the happiest
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Re: Nigerian Marriage Discussion Forum

Post by Bro Kunle Emmanuel » Mon Jul 06, 2015 11:53 am

Marriage is a Journey not a Destination: Growing in marriage is a lifetime process. Knowing your spouse is a lifetime study. Your marriage is work in progress. God is not finished with your marriage until it perfectly reflects His marriage with His bride, the church. Great marriages are not built overnight. Two unique people who grew up in different places, under different circumstances and from different parents cannot suddenly become one flesh. God said, "The two shall become one flesh." He didn't say, "The two shall suddenly become one flesh." Give God time to perfect the union. Give the Holy Spirit time to transform you and your spouse. The oneness of marriage is a work of a lifetime.
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