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  • Someone asked:
    Evening bro i met a guy on dating site and we share contact from there we get along and he came to my for the first time an we had sex since then whenever he came to my side he always want to have sex with me and since first date sex he change completely he doesn't call me or support me even when i was sick he doesn't check on meor call since i notice that i don't allow him to have sex with me whenever he came to me side but he always mad at me or sometimes he doesn't pick my call for two days and i dont know where he stay or working place but we stay in the state ..... sometime when i ask him for help and he always complain that he dnt have money , he surprise alot of things on my birthday but only sent me 10k as birthday .am not after his money he doesn't make me happy i check his phone he save my number with baby manager and i confront him he said am his manager .have complain so many times that sex is not love but he always promise to change and he doesn't change and his getting worst.... please am confused i don't know wat to do should i leave him and
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Dear [Anonymous],I trust this message finds you in good spirits. I have a question that I'd like to pose: if you were in the shoes of the person you're dating, would you take yourself seriously? Let's delve into this scenario: you meet someone on a dating site and, without much hesitation, you engage in sex on the first date.While physical intimacy isn't inherently wrong, it's crucial to pause and reflect on the message it might convey. By swiftly diving into such intimacy, you inadvertently signal that you're readily accessible. This may not accurately represent who you are, particularly given the limited acquaintance with the person at this early stage.Genuine connections take time to cultivate, requiring a deeper understanding of one another. Demonstrating self-respect and restraint in the initial phases of dating lays the groundwork for mutual respect and comprehension.Rushing into physical desires prematurely can undermine your self-esteem and dignity. Your actions may lead the other person to perceive you as solely seeking casual encounters rather than a meaningful relationship. This perception can significantly influence how they value and regard you within the relationship.It's important to recognize that once someone realizes they can easily attain physical intimacy with you, they may struggle to view you in a serious light. This isn't about playing hard to get, but rather about recognizing your worth and establishing healthy boundaries.Should you find yourself in this situation, it's crucial to reassess your priorities and contemplate what you genuinely seek in a relationship. While some may argue that there's nothing inherently wrong with engaging in sex on a first date, it's vital to acknowledge the potential ramifications, particularly within cultural contexts where it may lead to a loss of respect or value.Irrespective of the outcome, always prioritize your self-worth and integrity. Whether someone chooses to stay or depart, rest assured that you've remained true to your values and honored yourself. As you navigate forward, remember to approach relationships with a sense of self-respect and dignity.To be candid, it's unlikely that something fruitful will emerge from this relationship. My advice would be to consider letting go, as continuing down this path may only lead to further losses in a relationship with an already evident lack of potential. Take time to reflect deeply on this before making a decision. We've offered our sincere advice, and now the choice lies with you.Warm regards, [MY LOVE LIFE AND I]
  • Someone asked:
    Good day bro I met a guy last year September at my PPA it happened that we are serving at the same PPA but he’s A2 am B2 so after 1 week of my resumption to my PPA we started chatting I got all attention from him so after 2weeks he asked me out but he said he has a girlfriend at home but they are not in good times but have liked him already so I accepted to be his girlfriend and we’re cool but he was a jealous type he doesn’t wants to see me with any guy even i don’t have male friends, so we attended the same church and he was a chorister and he knew i can sing so he persuaded me to join choir of which I rejected,so all of a sudden he got close to one girl in the church of which he doesn’t play or talk to any girls in the church before so I was surprised to see him got close to the girl so we started having issues every time because of the lady so during that festive period he travelled to Ekiti because we are from Ekiti but different local government so I didn’t have anyone to play with so three of his friends were around so he has me to go to their house so that I won’t be bored so I do call him whenever I want to go so when I started going there I got close to one of his friends we play and gist together so my boyfriend got back this January and he spent 1 week at my place so during the one week he started acting up of which I asked him countless time he said nothing is wrong that everything is fine till he left my place and he didn’t call nor text so later Sha he went to meet the lady from his church And they started dating so he broke up with through his friends I was close to So the friend now asked me out and I don’t know what to do because i still have feelings for that my ex
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Dear [Anonymous],You've recently parted ways with someone and are considering dating one of their friends without allowing time for reflection. It's important to exercise patience and refrain from rushing into another relationship, especially when there's a possibility of being manipulated or used. Take the time to observe the friend who's expressing interest in you; their motivations might not be genuine, and they could simply be acting on behalf of your ex-partner.Additionally, the fact that your ex-partner swiftly moved on to someone else within the same social circle suggests a lack of maturity and perhaps a lack of sincere feelings for you. Rushing into a relationship with their friend could potentially lead to further heartache and manipulation. It's essential to maintain a friendship with your ex-partner while giving yourself the necessary time and space to evaluate your feelings and intentions.Relationships should not be rushed into, especially when there's a risk of being taken advantage of. Consider waiting until after youth services to reassess the situation and determine if pursuing a relationship with the friend is truly in your best interest. Remember, some individuals may not have genuine intentions and could be using you for their own amusement or convenience.Stay vigilant and prioritize your emotional well-being above all else.Best regards [MY LOVE LIFE AND I]
  • Someone asked:
    Good afternoon,please I have this issue and I would like to get advice from you and those with more experience in relationships matters. I met this beautiful girl, though she looks quite young and younger than the kind of girl, I had consider for a marital journey, but I seem to love her so much from the moment I saw her,I requested for her number and she gave me, we started getting along,however for some times now I had requested to sit out with her or meet somewhere in the city we reside,but she kept making excuses,like, she can't go out looking the way she does, she has not made her hair, she is not looking good and so, I feel she doesn't want me,but she has told me how much she like me and would like us to have a cool relationship. What do you advise because I am confused at this point and don't know if I should continue with her or just let her be and find someone else, I am not the kind of man who would want to keep to girls at a time. Yes, she had told me that she wouldn't want to experience what she had experience in her last relationship, a guy using her and leaving her hurt in tears every time.
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Dear [Anonymous],If a girl starts making these kinds of excuses at the beginning of a relationship, it could be a sign that she may have high expectations. However, if you're financially able to support her, you can continue. But if not, it might be wise to reconsider,(Leave her if you know you're not buoyant enough to meet her needs) as she could indirectly expect a lot from you financially. Many women desire a partner who can provide for them, and while some are upfront about it, others may expect you to understand their situation without explicitly stating it. If you're able to support her financially and believe she genuinely cares for you, giving her a chance might be worthwhile.Best regards [MY LOVE LIFE AND I]
  • Someone asked:
    Hello good morning, I've a challenge in my relationship at the moment. The issue is that,am in the most challenging period in my life concerning everything. I don't have a peace of mind, everything seem to turn on me. While trying to fix one, another emerges. Whenever my lady calls me since we're distanced and we always talk on phone,I find it difficult to flow with her. I explained my condition to her and she's cool. Now,she hanged up call on me when I decided not to repeat myself over again upon saying something that she find it difficult to hear since her side was noisy,and what I said wasn't anything salient. So as I wasn't in the position to repeat myself she hanged up the call on me for asking her to forget what I said since she's demanding I repeat myself and I refused. Meanwhile I told her severally not to do so to me. So as she hanged up the call,she called back again and I also decided not to answer. As she kept calling,I decided to put the phone on flight mode since am rejecting and refusing to answer and she kept calling. For about 4 to 5 days,she hasn't called since I put off the flight mode,and I didn't call either though I forwarded an info to her,she viewed but didn't make a comment. On the eve to her birthday,I called her at 12am to wish her. She only answered on my fifth call and asked me what it's, she's sleeping so tomorrow and again hanged up though she didn't reply I wish her.Please which step should I take any further since she still possess the annoyance I may say, which will suit us both.
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Dear [Anonymous],A woman's reaction to your challenges can reveal her true character. It seems she's become distant since you confided in her about your struggles. Her lack of consistency in communication and avoidance of your calls are clear indicators that her interest may have waned. Many women are hesitant to weather hardships with a partner, and it's wise to recognize when someone isn't fully committed.My advice is to refrain from pressuring her to fulfill the role of a supportive girlfriend if she's unwilling. Focus on resolving your own issues and prioritize your well-being. It appears she's become a source of stress rather than support. If she's not fully invested, it's better to let her go than to cling to a relationship that's causing more harm than good.Imagine if she were your wife; there would be different considerations, but as she's still just a girlfriend, it's essential not to burden yourself unnecessarily. Don't waste energy trying to salvage a relationship with someone who's already uncertain. Take care of yourself first.Best wishes. [MY LOVE LIFE AND I]
  • Someone asked:
    Please i just meet one guy last month, since last month we have been dating i haven’t ask 4 anything, but today he messages me dat he need 3k hope is not dat he wan dey use me as atm How can i test or wat should i do I need advice please
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Dear [Anonymous],As a man in a relationship, being the first to make demands can seem out of place to me. In a healthy dynamic, leading by example is essential. While I wouldn't discourage you from lending him the $3,000 if you can afford it, using this opportunity to test his character might provide valuable insights into who he truly is. However, considering the short duration of your relationship (just a month), such a significant decision might be premature.Even if the situation were reversed, and it was the woman making the request, it's important to acknowledge that both partners should have equal rights in the relationship. However, when such requests come from a man, it might inadvertently convey a lack of self-worth.My advice would be to cautiously consider lending him the money, understanding that it could reveal aspects of his character that you hadn't yet seen. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.Best regards, [ MY LOVE LIFE AND I]
  • Someone asked:
    When I met him, i taught I have found the one,the feelings and the tubes are mutual. He asked the question and yes I accepted only for us to found out that we are both As carriers and can't get married.. the emotional hasn't been easy with us, after disappearing for a month, he came back insisting we go on with the marriage which is our happiness..saying we will fight the genotype of our kids with medical inspection.. please what should I do? I love him dearly and can't get him out of my mind..
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Dear [anonymous],It's essential to find a way to remove him from your thoughts and your life before it's too late, and you regret your actions. Fortunately, you discovered the genotype mismatch early on, unlike some who only find out days before their wedding due to neglecting necessary tests. Early detection is crucial, as it allows for informed decisions.While love is important in a relationship, it doesn't guarantee a successful marriage. Factors like health, genotype compatibility, family dynamics, and others play significant roles. Ignoring these factors could lead to endless regret and tears in the future.Although sickle cell disease (SS) can be managed or treated, the financial burden can be overwhelming. Consider the implications for your future children if the family isn't financially stable. Bringing them into a world of suffering isn't fair to anyone.Ultimately, love should guide your decisions, but not in situations like this. It's important to heed what you already know and avoid becoming a victim of circumstances. Make the choice that will lead to a future without regrets. Starting anew early on is the best course of action for your well-being.Best wishes, [MY LOVE LIFE AND I]
  • Someone asked:
    Did your followers know that you are a pervert?
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Dear Anonymous,*Throughout my time on this podium, I've patiently awaited someone brave enough to point out my flaws and errors. Yet, instead of candid criticism, I've been inundated with insincere praise. I understand that no human can be perfect; we all make mistakes, knowingly or unknowingly. While I won't strive for perfection, I always have valid reasons for my actions. I implore you to be forthright and courageous. Let me know my faults so I can improve, rather than hiding behind vague critiques. Thank you.Sincerely, [MY LOVE LIFE AND I]
  • Someone asked:
    I caught my husband cheating on me with hookup girls, funniest thing is that after I confronted him, he denied it and said it was his friend that needed them(lol, something that was obvious) He changed his password which means he is still doing it because what is he still hiding? so because of that my attraction to him reduced, I avoided having sex with him because of STD's. Sometimes the thought of leaving the marriage comes to my mind....and our marriage is still very young o for this to be happening now.Kindly advise me
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Dear anonymous. I don't say what your husband did is good. In fact, he did worst but do you think leaving your marriage because of that is actually the best thing you can do for yourself? Don't make your matter look like someone who left his country because of rain; is there a place in the world where it does not rain? Like 90% of men nowadays cheat in their marriages, I'm sorry to say that. It's only that some few ones have not been cought. And some that are cought, their partner decided to take them for who they are. If it's just relationship, I can advice you to quit, you can quit but marriage before thinking of quitting you have to think twice. Why don't you think of trying to talk to him if he will change? Just see if he will change and also pray for him to change as well. Don't you think that he has respected the marriage enough that he couldn't come clear to you rather he lied. I'm not taking his side but you have to look at it that way too. If you want to have peace of mind in marriage, the best is not to check your husband's phone at all (because of mental health) He changed his password should not be your problem. if he is always acting good to you all the times why trying to know if he is perfect? Trust matters in a relationship/marriage. If he is not showing you that there are people outside the marriage doing better than you to him, for the sake of peace let him have full control over his phone unless he want you have a Free access to it. He didn't give you problem at all, you're the one who is looking for ways to end your marriage at all cost. Marriage is not relationship, no perfect marriage anywhere it's only if you want us lie to you, you will keep on amending and managing things till it get better. If you leave him there're stil lots of issues ahead that can stil make you regret your actions ... leaving marriage is easy but the outcome is not always easy. For the STD you talked about, just talk to him, let him know that issues like STD is the reason you denied him of sexx, just advice him to go and check himself properly and after let your marriage go back to the way you started. Did you understand that the more you deny him sexx the more the marriage fall apart?... you will let him understand that you can't let him do anything on you until he have a proper check on himself, that is all.
  • Someone asked:
    I am a christain but i masturbate. I will feel bad shortly after the masturbation but i still do it over and over. How do i stop?
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Stopping masturbation can be challenging, but here are some tips that might help: 1. Understand your triggers: Identify situations or feelings that lead you to masturbate, and try to avoid or manage them differently. 2. Stay busy: Engage in activities that keep your mind and body occupied, such as exercise, hobbies, or spending time with friends and family. 3. Find healthy outlets: Redirect your energy into productive or enjoyable activities, like pursuing a passion, learning something new, or volunteering. 4. Seek support: Consider talking to a therapist or joining a support group where you can discuss your struggles and receive guidance from others who are going through similar experiences. Just as you are doing now. 5. Practice self-compassion: Be patient and kind to yourself throughout the process. It's okay to slip up occasionally; what matters is that you keep trying to make positive changes. 7. Stop doing: stop watching porn, delete bookmarks of porn sites, delete their downloaded videos on your phone. Stop joining groups that is meant for porn. 8. Find good friends. Your friends can actually help you stop it by keeping your company and rubbing minds together. 9. Look for entertainment: listen to good music, play video games, read books that can help your situation including story book, do exercises and lots of things that will always entertain and get you busy almost all the times. 10. Pray and fast about it: Anything that we believe God for he can do it so pray very well about it and ask for some spiritual acceptance from people of God. Remember, breaking any habit takes time and effort, so be persistent and don't get discouraged if progress is slow.
  • Someone asked:
    Before getting married to my husband, we love each other so much and we are always intimate then after1 year and some month of marriage,my urge for sex drop and I don’t even get wet again unlike before, we are yet to give birth and my husband has been taking it a bit personal now, please what can I do, is it a medical problem or what, please I need your advice on what to do
    • mylovelifeandi replied:
      Sorry about that Madam. All is well but the only advice I can give you now is to seek a medical advice you really need a medical attention. No point to be panicking, all what you need for now is medical attention, so help yourself to do the normal thing .. and as for your husband who's trying to take it up with you .. it's normal for him to do that just because he is human, if you are in his shoe, yours might be worst than him but just try to always calm him whenever he want to take it up next time and let him know that he also should be the one to help you out in the process of going to the hospital to look for solution.