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In Western worlds, divorce is very common, as a matter of fact, it happens almost everyday. Two people decide to come together and take a vow to share the rest of their lives together, forever. Both after a while for one reason or the other they want out and want to go their seperate ways; sometimes not even considering the fact they children are involved. Some of them go into marriage and come out quickly why others stay together for 10 years and more before they decide they want out.
In Nigeria, we attach importance to keeping our marriage vows and maybe that is why divorce is not so common here but it does happen, yes, Nigerians do divorce but very insignificant figure. That notwithstanding, not all marriages are rosy but the couples still decide to stick together or more like co-exist. But is it really worth it? why suffer in silence? why not go separate ways like people in the western world and find happiness with someone else? what is stopping us? what are we afraid us? or are we trying to uphold moral values, but don't your happiness count? Your views are welcomed.
It is a normal occurrence that men and women prefer to marry from within their religion circle. Will a marriage work if it happen by natural occurrence that the partners are from different religion groups i.e. Christianity and Islam.
Waiting to have your wise counsels here.
how does a guy ask his girlfriend's parents/father for her hand in marriage?
So men on the forum who are married, how did you ask her parents/father for their daughter? A friend will be asking his girlfriend's dad soon and he needs some ideas. Her parents are Nigerian and they live in Lagos.
Is marriage an obligation?
Even though it seems like marriage is an obligation that we have to fulfill, I personally disagree with every bit of that idea. Maybe I'm wrong and that's why I need to hear from you.
I am a Yoruba guy. All the girls i have had good relationship with are Igbo girls. Well i don't know if my case is extreme but when i tried girls from my side they wind up MESSING UP.
So my question is that do you think inter-tribal marriages/relationship always work?
I need your replies.
Thanks for your replies
Males, whats up with u and ur mothers
Yeah i know ya mama brought you up and all, but do u guys have to bring her into the picture everytime.
Most guys i've met are always like "my mother said i shdnt do this", my mama expects it like this, "mama will tell me when to buy a car" " i'll talk tomy mum abt it ............ its quite discouraging.
Personally, am a real daddy's girl but i consciously try not to bring it into my r/ship or marriage.