“I just need closure.” These words are way too familiar to anyone who's gone through a bad breakup. As you spend your first newly single days sobbing and bouncing back and forth between “I can do better” and “I’ll be alone forever,” it seems like the best way to make the pain stop—stat.
There is a recent video on social media platform in which a Ghanaian showbiz woman in an interview with a popular international journalist is heard as saying Ghana is a very difficult place to live and a woman has to give sex to men so that she can take care of her needs.
The first time I thought about my own wedding was after I graduated business school. I’d just turned 30, and figured that I should start thinking about marriage. I had a boyfriend at the time, a nice guy who I liked a lot but didn’t love. Still, alone in my bedroom, I started visiting a wedding website to look at wedding gowns and bridesmaids dresses.
Is honesty really always the best policy when it comes to your relationship? It turns out, telling the truth all the time isn't all it's cracked up to be—specially when it comes to keeping the peace with your spouse.
What does nobody like at the moment? Facebook! Ol’ Marky Zuckerberg has gone from being the toast of the town to whatever the opposite of toast is. Eggs. He’s the eggs of the town, refusing to talk to MPs, addressing as little of the Cambridge Analytica controversy as he can, and generally not doing much to stop the tide of people closing down their Facebook accounts.
So there you are, settling into your stride about halfway through a run when a sudden pain punches you square in the chest. As the feeling tightens, you clutch your collar in a panic. Is it a totally random heart attack?
Human nature is negatively biased, selfish and competitive. We fight for what we want, when and how we want it. If our needs are not met, we tend to blame it on others, especially our lovers who are closest to us.