“My Ex-husband Has Never Seen Or Called Our Daughter” — Uche Ogbodo

Actress, Uche Ogbodo in a new interview with NET TV, spoke about her upcoming movie, Stolen Vow, a movie which talks about the evils of domestic violence.

When asked if it was inspired by her life, she said she could relate to the main character. She also disclosed that her ex-husband to whom she was married to for just about a month is yet to see their three year old daughter.

Speaking on her inspiration, she said;

On a really bad day, my motivation is my daughter. She’s my strength .I think God blessed me with that little girl.When I look at her or she looks at me when I’m feeling down,I remember why I’m here. So I have to survive and succeed so she can succeed.

On her baby daddy’s relationship with their daughter, she said;

He’s not ready to meet her yet. I think. Maybe he has his own reasons or demons.He doesn’t call, hasn’t met her. I’m sure when he’s ready.

On the type of man she wants, she said;

A God fearing ,supportive man.A man who can n

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Why You’re NOT Crazy For Wanting To Save Your Marriage After He Cheats

 

 


Isn’t amazing how you’ve always told your friends that you’d never accept anyone who’s cheated on you?

You always said: “He cheats, he’s out!”

Yet, here you are hurting, confused, but still loving him after he cheated.

First, you thought about who he was with and what they’d done together. Then, you kept asking yourself, how could he do that to me?

It’s not like the love was rushing back in right away. First the pain, then the anger. But in the end, you decided that you didn’t want to lose him.

The bigger problem, though, is that you haven’t qu

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3 Pieces Of Advice For New Husbands That’ll Keep Your Marriage Alive

Here are some suggestions that will make your marriage better, and might even get you a little more sex, which is why married men basically do anything.

 

1. Never volunteer to “help” with the dishes or any other home-based activity.

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The very concept of you “helping” implies that it’s her job and you are magnanimously giving of your precious time, which you could be using to upgrade your fantasy team or secretly view online porn, to help her do her job.

Don’t help. Just do it.

Take the attitude that they have in the military – if it’s walking, salute

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