EXTENDED FAMILY MATTERS
Come let's join together and talk about the peculiar problems of Nigerian extended families and how we can manage our relationships for our peace of mind. This is an issue that adds stress to our already busy lives, so talking and sharing about experiences and triumphs should help reduce the stress.
Free Drinks on the houseNow I caught your attention, come on we all have in-laws whether they are good or bad, come join this group lets discuss how we can manage our in-laws effectively so that things like high blood pressure, stress and wrinkles from excess frown or even excess fake smiles will stay away from us. Your inspiring in-law stories may help the next villager or social circler (is that a word?).Thursday, 16 February 2012 by tthewiz
IN-LAW WAHALA! what you sow, you will reap.@Alexa, forgot about the male in-laws issue. It is true, a lot of men would rather wait for their brother or sister to die before they show their ugly sides. I have some like that and these ones are my own uncles or should I say vultures:)Last replied by tthewiz on Friday, 24 February 2012
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