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Marry Today, Divorce Tomorrow: Judges Who Ruled To Break Marriages

Married recently and want out? You can start processing your divorce papers today, thanks to a court ruling that has nullified a law that...

10 Simple But Very Effective Actions That Build a Blissful Marriage

There are many areas of focus that can enhance a marriage/relationship, help it to remain strong and help it to get back on track when it has become distant/difficult. Sometimes couples feel that things are not right between them, they wonder what is wrong and what they can do?

7 Things To Do When a Woman Is Emotionally Detached From You

Most men are usually lost when it comes to dealing with a recoiled wife. Men have such fragile feet when it comes to walking on eggshells. Many choose to stay out in the bar, run away, than confront the problem.

Anything For ‘My Ride or Die’

You should be best friends with your significant other but there are things that you don’t consider worthy of your partner knowing

Should KRA Start Taxing Dowry Payments in Kenya?

Kenya Revenue Authority doesn’t just wake up one morning and increase tax on beer, impose a tax on dowry or reduce excise on water.

Marriage Protects Aging Couples from Dementia

Marriage protects couples from developing mental inability in old age

Maasai traditional wedding remains a jewel

The Maasai community is renowned the world over for its culture. The Maasai culture is unique and very interesting and attracts many peoples, both...

Is Dennis Okari set to remarry after splitting with Betty Kyalo?

The Nairobian has revealed that Okari recently tied the knot in a traditional wedding in Ukambani firming up what Sunday Nation's Talk of Town reported two months ago

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Perfectionism: Are You a Perfectionist?

Perfectionism can be defined as the propensity to think and believe that anything short of perfect is an abject failure while having concerns over mistakes and subjecting oneself to harsh and critical self-evaluations when the output fails to produce sought-after satisfaction and excellence. Am I a perfectionist?

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