June 2018

Expecting Mom, Linda Ikeji, Reflects On How Her Life Has Changed So Much In 5 Years

Reflecting on how far she’s come, expecting mum, Linda Ikeji shares a part of her success story in a bid to encourage her fans to hold. Telling them that their lives can change forever in an instant, Linda recalls when she

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Dear MIMsters: Am I Wrong to Ask My Wife to Apologize?

Continued from Part 1 Am I wrong to ask my wife to apologize? When my son turned one, we had a birthday party for him and Janet this time around, ensured that no member of my family and their friends were

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Fran Drescher Educates Us On Cancer Prevention & Early Diagnosis as She Celebrates 18 Years of Being Cancer-free

Yesterday, 22nd of June, Fran Drescher marked the eighteenth anniversary of being cancer-free and she is going to great lengths to keep it that way. Since discovering she had uterine cancer some years ago and going into remission, the 60-year-old glowing

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Georgina Onuoha On Women Faking Unrealistic Body Goals On Social Media

While giving herself a big pat on the back for her slender physic even after having children, the mum-of-two, says one should not be fooled by what they see on social media. She went further to encourage women to hustle

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Dear MIMsters: My Loving Husband Who Can’t Make Love To Me Suggests I Use a Dildo

I am 33, my husband is 40. We are blessed with 2 lovely kids. My husband is such a loving man and a good father to our kids but he cannot make love to me. In 2013, he was diagnosed with

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Through Her Birth Experience, Lifestyle Blogger, Bianca Simone Defines the Strength of a Woman

The strength and uniqueness of a woman can be compared to no other. From menstrual pains to pregnancy and childbirth, diaper changes and sleepless nights, to breastfeeding and post natal blues, only a woman can handle all these and more. A

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John Cena’s Vow to Undo Vasectomy Shows How Far a Man Can Go For the Woman He Loves

John Cena who had a vasectomy is ready to start a family. The wrestler agreed to make a life-changing decision to save his relationship with Nikki Bella in the midseason finale of E!’s Total Bellas. The couple split in April just weeks before what

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Irene Nwachukwu Says Dangote’s New Son In-Law, Jamil Abubakar Is the Father of Her New Born Baby

Aliko Dangote’s new son in-law, Jamil Abubakar, has just been hit with a baby mama scandal! A young woman identified as Irene Chiamaka Nwachukwu, is claiming Jamil Abubakar is the father of her 7-week-old son, adding that he’s trying to silence

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Mary Njoku Raises Awareness About Sexual Harassment in Nigeria Citing a Recent Incidence

Using a recent incidence, she witnessed, Nollywood actress and movie producer, Mary Remmy Njoku  is raising awareness about sexual harassment in her work industry. The mother-of-three and CEO of ROK Studios, said that incident left her perturbed with the urge

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Dear MIMsters: He Pushed Me to This, Now Wants to Deprive Me of My Kids

After doing all these to me, How do I get custody of my kids from my ex? He pushed me to doing this, now, he wants to deprive me of my kids. Hubby and I have been married for 5

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7 Simple Tips to Help Your Child Stop Bed-wetting

Ineh Olisah Your child probably wets the bed because he is a heavy sleeper, has a small urinary bladder which makes it impossible to go all night without urinating, experiences muscle spasms that cause urine to leak, his body secretes inadequate

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Post-partum Depression: Author, Bunmi Laditan Reveals It Took Her 3 Years After Childbirth To Bond With Her Child

Most women grow up dreaming of becoming a mother, but what they don’t expect is the shattering postpartum depression they might suffer after childbirth. Nigerian-American writer/author, Bunmi Laditan shared her personal experience with postnatal depression after birthing her third child and

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Meet Alhaja Alakija, Nigerian Oldest Woman Living With Sickle Cell

A Nigerian woman has become an inspiration to many sickle cell patients. The woman identified as Alhaja Alakija has lived with sickle cell anemia for 94 years. Photos of the woman were shared by a female Nigerian doctor on Twitter.

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Dr David Bawa Reveals Why Women Are at Higher Risk of Contracting STIs

Dr. David Bawa, a physician revealed to Newsmen on Wednesday in Abuja why women are more prone to Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) than men. The Physician says women were more susceptible to infections due to the open structure of their

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Young Dad, Deacon Dolapo, Narrates How His Little Daughter Helped Him Win a Bitter Custody Battle

A Nigerian twitter user Deacon Dolapo @dollycent has narrated how he got to win custody of his 5-year-old daughter, Yetunde Velma after a bitter fight with his baby mama. According to the young father, he got his girlfriend pregnant when he

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Top Questions to Ask Yourself if Your Child is not Obeying Your Rules (Part 1)

Ndidi Adekunle So you’ve tried every discipline style in the books and still, nothing seems to work. You’re in a bit of a panic, as the handwriting is boldly written on the wall that you’d better get a hold on

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At 43, Eva Longoria, Welcomes First Baby | See Photos

Hollywood star of the ‘Desperate Housewives’ fame, Eva Longoria is officially a mama for the first time! The actress and her husband, Jose Bastón welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday, June 19. According to HOLA! USA, which broke the news, the proud parents have

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Why Genetics Professor, Cyril Otoikhian Thinks ”Investing in a sickle celled child is a waste” | Sufferers React

In commemoration of the World Sickle Cell day on June 20th, a professor of Genetics, Cyril Otoikhian, was invited to speak on the ailment and how it can be managed since there is no cure. In a frank but brutal

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5 Ways To Prevent Constipation in Toddlers

Dolapo Marinho A friend once told me a story about how as a toddler, she got such a bad bout of constipation that her mum had to use tweezers to literally unplug her from her ordeal! It became their family

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Mercy Aigbe Reveals How a Prediction By Her Friend That She Would Become A Landlady This Year Came True

Actress and single mother of two, Mercy Aigbe, is now a proud landlady as she just acquired a property in in Lagos. The stylish mother, who left her husband Lanre Gentry over allegations of domestic abuse last year, excitedly shared photos of

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Dear MIMsters: My Wife Says Divorce is Not an Option But Her Attitude Sucks

My wife’s attitude sucks and she keeps threatening me that divorce is not an option for us as Christians. Is she right? Thank you MIS for being a platform for us to tell our stories and get sound counsel, we

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Memoirs of a Mum: ‘Discovering My Middle Child’ – Chinwe Kalu

Chinwe Kalu My third and middle child and second daughter was born with a full mane of hair, the right complexion and I was so excited. She looked right. She was pretty. I loved her as soon as I set eyes

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Ben Ofoedu & Wife, Vanessa Feltz On How Their Weird Marriage Has Worked for 12 Years and Counting

Nigerian born British singer-songwriter, Ben Ofoedu, who is most famous for being the former lead singer of the duo, Phats & Small, has revealed the secret to his successful marriage to wife, Vanessa Feltz. Ben met Vanessa through their mutual friend

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Parenting Gone Wrong! Disturbing Video In Which May D’s Baby Mama Teaches Son to Curse on Him Goes Viral

In celebration of the 2018 Father’s Day, on June 17, 2018, Nigerian R&B singer and song writer, May D released a video of his baby mama, Adebola Olowoporoku, asking his son to curse on him. The controversial video was tagged; “I love

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Moms Who Almost Lost Their Lives During Childbirth Tell Their Harrowing Tales in Honest Confessions

In the distant past, the risk of losing a life during childbirth was pretty high. Advancement in medical practices has contributed to considerably reduce maternal mortality rate in developed countries. Maternal mortality rate in developing countries are still high. Sharing

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