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Hello.. Please I need a serious advice. I am HIV positive and tired of this country. My friends and some of my family members have been advicing me to travel out. My fear is that, I don't know if people living with HIV are being allowed to travel anywhere in the world. I'll appreciate candid advice on what to do. Thank you
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Pls my pals, I have be dating my girlfriend for two years now and till date no sign of pregnancy, we have gone for various tests and scans, yet no result. I am ok to impregnate a woman, but she is not taking in. Now am not happy anymore because time wait for no man, she suggested for u to path ways so dat I can get another girl so dat she will not be waisting my time. Pls I need ur advice now on what to do seriously
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When I signed up for marriage, I didn't sign up for verbal and physical abuse. In addition to the abuse from both mother and son, I had no money to stand on my own. Despite that, I decided to leave for the sake of my life and my 3 children.

I needed my own money so I learnt a bit and started a business. When my family saw what I was going through, they rallied around and supported me however they could. I got into network marketing and I moved from one company to another and started supplies too.

Being a single mother, especially for someone like me, is rather interesting. Some days I’m proud of the courage to choose life and my three children and on other days, I can’t help but notice how people react to me - the woman raising three children alone.

Then of course there’s the issue of money.

When my boy graduated and was set to leave for secondary school this year, I found that my savings could not cover his needs. There are things I will not do for money and in challenging times, these offers come around like they were waiting patiently. I affirmed my decision to stand by my values.

With the resumption date fast approaching, all attempts to raise or even borrow money failed. We hadn’t bought anything yet and my business had just suffered some loss. That's a very scary moment for any parent. You start to feel that you have let your innocent child down; a child who depends on you and trusts you. At a point, I just sat at home and cried because I had run out of options.

Two days to resumption, I had a call from a debtor, and he paid all he owed me. The joy was unexplainable; I cried. I rushed to buy things to prepare my child for school.

God came through! I know He won’t let me regret leaving a harmful situation.
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I meet the love of my life at least I thought every things fine I don't know how things went wrong He called me Olori
I guess distance played a big part but he was my true love one things is that's it's a man choice and funny how it's so easy to let go like women are dispensable
I hope he found his true love cause he tore my heart and I think he gave it back wish you well
Oke Akinola
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I lost my Mom very early in life and my father was barely at home because he works offshore, so I was raised by a stepmother who allowed me to do as I pleased. I took that freedom and indiscipline too far and became wayward when I got into university. At some point, I got an abortion without my father's knowledge and later tested positive for HIV.

Along the line, I met someone who took me in as his daughter. His family began to care for me and tried to get me back on track, but I thought I was too far gone. At this point, it wasn’t just about my health, I wasn't doing well in school either and my dad had no idea.

I was on a five-year course, but at the end of the fifth year, my CGPA was just too poor. There was no point as I was already told I wouldn’t graduate. I couldn't bring myself to tell my father I was about to get kicked out of school. That was when I realized the damage I had done to my life.

I was given the option of transferring to another department to begin afresh rather than leaving school completely. Luckily, I got accepted into the new department. The difficult part was telling my father about it. When I finally told him, he took the news calmly and I’m grateful for that. I have no reason to doubt that my father loves me. I don’t know why I strayed so far.

Now I'm 22 and I'm not playing with this new opportunity; my studies are a priority.

I have still not been able to tell my father about my HIV status but I have been taking my medication religiously and my viral load is low. I don't think I’m bold enough to tell him about it yet.
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