So I made a comment on a post about a woman who was married but lonely, in a private group which I wouldn’t mention because the group is private, and this comment garnered over 100 likes within a 12-hour window. 100+ likes, I think the last I just checked, it was already over 120 and it really touched me because I’ve always had this in mind, I always knew this was a situation but I didn’t realize that some people were just waiting for someone to see it say so that they could agree, they could say yeah, so someone
You often find people everyday living lives that are not theirs and they tell you they’re packaging right? So Packaging and living a fake life, how do you draw the line? Some people genuinely don’t understand how to draw the line, they don’t understand when you’re actually packaging and when you’re actually living a fake life. So if you fall into the group where you’re not exactly sure how to package yourself without appearing fake, then you definitely should watch this video or listen to this podcast or read this blog post, to get clarified.
Do you think Polygamy is the solution to cheating disasters in marriage? Several men clamoured for polygamy when the news of a side chic Chidimma murdering her billionaire benefactor broke the internet. Will polygamy reduce the occurrences of the side chic – Sugar Daddy trends like that of Chidimma and the billionaire disaster?
Me I think cheating spouses will keep cheating even with 300 wives and 700 concubines. I also hope polygamy clamourers are ready to be one of the husbands of one woman. Don’t you think women would like the flavour too? Very interesting.
See my exchange with a Facebook commenter on this side chic and sugar daddy
Can you count how many times you’ve come across such social posts asking “Would you like to be richer than your husband?” We’re currently in an era where every gender is chasing the paper. So how do you feel when you see such questions being posed to women? What’s your take?
So it’s been Father’s Day for a while now and this must be the hottest Father’s Day on the internet. Like everywhere is bursting gbas gbos. What is happening Nigerians? Wawuu. Everybody seems to have their own version of how father’s day should be celebrated. On this episode, we discuss the controversies surrounding Father’s Day celebration. Once again you’re welcome to my podcast. It’s still me Emmanuella and this is the Sister Say What? Podcast. Like say what? Like what are you saying?😂 I’m glad to have you on here.
Would you kiss and tell? Have you kissed and told before? Have you been told on? Watching the #bbnaijareunion. What did you think about the BBNaija Reunion actions & reactions? Were you comfortable with the fights? Would you have acted differently?
If I got a $$ every time I heard that women don’t like to spend their own money😂! Is it true or false? What do you think? When women work and earn money, where do their money go? Do women like to spend their money? Or do women prefer to spend their man’s money? And why so anyway? This isn’t about vanity, it’s about reality. Budgeting and all that follows women’s money. So on this episode of Sister Say What? Podcast, we’ll compare the list of needs of men and women? Do you see the result?😁 Let’s know if you’ll leave this episode thinking the same way!
I remember growing up thinking marriage was an easy-peasy; I mean it had to be easy for everyone to be talking about it the way they were.
It’s hard not to think like that when you grow up in Nigeria; like everyone is literally talking about marriage.
Does the dream of these young girls go farther than ‘Get married to a rich, handsome man and have a bunch of kids?’
“We expect women to work like they don’t have children and raise children as if they don’t work.” This is the origin of the mummy’s guilt. You are made to feel guilty for working (and not spending all day with your kids) and still feel guilty for not working” How often do you feel the pangs of Mummy’s Guilt? In this episode, I discuss how to relieve yourself of undue pressure as a working mom and overcome your mummy’s guilt.