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  • As the weeks roll along, I settle back into my old pattern, at least whatever that pattern was before Dili came into my life four years ago. I redecorate my apartment, rediscover my love for good food and fine […]

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    • Mrs A replied 1 week ago

      Wow! Finally, Ezi got her man back

    • Folly replied 1 week ago

      We thank God oh! Please no more heartbreaks…

    • Oh wow! This is so beautiful! Congratulations Ezioma and Dili, your love story is both beautiful and scary and sad! Wish you all the happiness you desire!

  • Ebere almost makes me not feel Dili’s absence, as she takes care of me almost as delicately and intimately as he did. Almost. Nothing is quite like the magical time I spent with Dili as he nursed me back to h […]

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    Even though it has been termed the invisible disease, the celebrities that will be mentioned in this article are bringing it to everyone’s consciousness.

    Some of these celebs have lived through the wo […]

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    It was a bit of a letdown when a doctor told me that the anteverted uterus was common…very common in fact. I have one. And that meant that lots of women with that shape of womb conceive and carry babies to te […]

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  • I make my way to the living room early the next morning, where I find Dili asleep on the couch. The TV is still on, and I know he must have slept off accidentally. Even with all my doubts and reservations about […]

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    • Thank God Seth didn’t get dragged into your confusion. I hoe you listened to Ebere, some home truth there, summary of this all is esteem issues. Sadly, you’ve hurt Dili so much…..@ezioma I hope you make amends.

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    Growing up, and all through school, I always wanted to be a career woman. I wanted to wear a suit to work, and attend board meetings, submit reports, and work my way up. One time, I did a summer job at an […]

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  • My recovery after this 5th session proves more difficult than previous ones. Even after the nausea abates, the pain persists and I find myself so weak that I can not even get out of bed. I find myself relying on […]

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    • Bos replied 2 weeks ago

      Come on Ezi, you can not keep using Seth for rebound….. Allow yourself be loved!!

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    This breast business is making me go down memory lane a lot, but it’s all well and good, as it serves purpose. Back in the University, I had a course mate, Folashade, who disappeared for some weeks, while sc […]

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  • I regain consciousness in what I figure is a hospital bed, but I am too sedated to open my eyes. I can hear Dili’s prayers as he sits beside my bed, and the doctors and nurses as they hover around i […]

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    • Our very deepest sympathies for your loss, Karina! May the Good Lord bless you with the courage and fortitude to bear this loss :hug: :heart:

    • Bos replied 2 weeks ago

      May her soul rest in peace, May the good Lord comfort you all….. :hugs:

  • I am given a small break before starting chemotherapy, and I savour every moment of it, spending all my time thinking and meditating…and preparing myself for what lies ahead of me. Several times, I wake up in t […]

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  • Sitting in Naomi’s office the following day, it almost feels like I’m having an out of body experience as the words ‘lumpectomy’, ‘mastectomy’, ‘chemotherapy’ and ‘radiation’ keep flying about. I look at her as sh […]

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    • Bos replied 1 month ago

      Don’t do this alone @Ezi, you have wonderful friends who love you even if you do not want to involve family.

  • Still sitting in the diner, I am catapulted all the way back to 2005…when I got the worst phone call I’d ever received in my life. It was from our family doctor, Dr. Kowano. I’d almost not taken the call, as that […]

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  • Moving to the University town of Durham is everything I hope it will be. Seth receives me like a queen and I am touched to find he has already made room for me in his lovely residential quarters; personalized […]

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    • Onyeka left you ohhhhhhh!!!!!! :haha: She thought with her head Dili not her heart……
      God knows the thought of Onyeka leaving Dili for a richer man was on my mind for a long time…..I kept laughing when i saw comments blaming Ezi and feeling bad for Onyeka….I could smell her “must get to the top” attitude….

      @ezioma you are a fighter, Cancer will not kill you. You still have to marry Dili remember? Let’s have the tests and take it from there. :good:

  • I had watched as she calmly said, “ I thank God that I’m pregnant now, and that it was with this clinic. But right now, our relationship has ended. I need to move on.”

    My first reaction was, “Better stay! T […]

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  • I eventually find my way to my bed, and I do not get up from there for the next few days. I ignore my ringing phone and only venture out of bed for urgent toilet breaks. I do not eat, I do not sleep, I don’t even […]

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    • Am not surprised that I don’t feel any form of empathy for Ezi, cos i see no reason you should cry over someone who wasnt in love with you in the first place. Dili was only being possessive of you, and a lot of time we ladies mistake that for love,( I once did that) he could have chosen you over Onyeka if he actually loved you. The fèeling wasnt mutual. I only hope you find true love. Even if Dili comes back sef, it’ll feel like being a second fiddle. Abeg, you’ve come too far for that.Wish you much lover though

    • Enjoy the Rebound Ezi, sometimes it does lead us back to the ONE…..I’m a helpless romantic, I know you will still end up with Dili…… 😉

  • As Onyeka’s voice trails off, Dili and I stand there in silence. After a few minutes, as if on cue, we both retreat to our separate bedrooms, neither of us saying a word.

    What more is there to say, r […]

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  • And so marks the beginning of the second phase of our relationship, Dili and I. Maybe because we are both aware of everything truly at stake…and the limited time we have together…we both enter it with eve […]

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    • This story is really getting me worked up now… These are the kind of things that make people say ‘women are the weaker sex’.. Ezi should have sent this guy packing since! by now she may have found someone else…

    • :haha: The party is sooo over, the cheek of her, she plans to stay with Sis Ezioma….. Oh dear, this story is just beginning….. Don’t worry @Ezioma i believe her visit will be the end of them.

    • Awww Ezi!
      I am so sorry

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    Just last week, my neighbour delivered a beautiful baby boy, after having had two girls, and the cheer was deafening. You know that kind that just tells you there is something different about this baby, […]

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  • Sleep eludes me all night. All I can think of is how my dream, my perfect dream, has been shattered to a million little pieces.

    I am still lying in bed, wide awake, at about 5am when there is a knock on my […]

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    • Ezi I don’t understand the title,topic or is it definition of this thing you call love ooo. Meanwhile Oga Okwudilichukwu, you can’t have woman, cos you have another woman, but you’re still forming Voltron on top of her matter when it comes to other men, Ayam,seriously not understanding

    • Sigh!!!! This thing called sex… 🤦🏾‍♀️

    • Completely agree. He is only staying with Onyeka for the sense of duty and because he doesn’t want to be like his father. Best forget duty and follow the heart…….

  • Ijeoma knew it was getting to the last of her eggs, but she did not know she was down to the very last one. Her mind churned, as the doctor told her they were down to the last embryo, and asked if she wanted to go […]

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