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olufemi wrote at 2012-10-26 05:27:26
Both of you needs to understand that marriage and dating are different stages in life.

Dont read too much meaning into what is happening but fine a way to get enough materials to help out.

Sometimes it takes some months to blend together. But make sure you always do your best to make your marriage work.

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