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‘Should I Share My Dark Past with My Spouse?’ Chef Olurin and Tomi Odunsi Discuss on New Episode of “Dear Young Wife”

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On today episode of “Dear Young Wife“, Chef Daniel Olurin and Tomi Odunsi discuss the importance of sharing dark past between spouses and its implications.

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8 Comments

  1. Susie

    January 18, 2017 at 11:40 am

    you didn’t tell him your ‘dark past’ before he married you so that he could decide whether to proceed or not but you want to tell him now, after the marriage. why?

  2. Big Tee

    January 18, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    What is maturity? ….ability to tell the truth while also keeping secrets….. .forget all that “past is past” ish, some secrets cant be told…dats all….

  3. UNCLE GWE GWE GWE

    January 18, 2017 at 12:08 pm

    Dark secret are meant for you, you alone. You are supposed to die with, no ear must hear.

  4. Gbenga

    January 18, 2017 at 12:22 pm

    well said Igwe. ‘Yh, babe, a month to our wedding I shagged this girl n she got pregnant, then she aborted it.’ The omorogun she will use to hammer my face ehn,,,, taking this secret to the grave.

  5. Marian

    January 18, 2017 at 2:28 pm

    It can come back to haunt you and wreck a beautiful thing. I personally think you should share everything before marriage no matter how dark.

    • o

      January 18, 2017 at 6:02 pm

      Everything??? No way. Some ppl will say they don’t mind they want to know everything. Tell them half n they have run off. Some things should be kept secret eg body count. Some guys cant even accept a body count of 3.

  6. Kikelola

    January 18, 2017 at 4:23 pm

    Your spouse isn’t your priest, so I don’t see the point in confessing what’s been done and in the past. Does it accomplish anything? Silly.

  7. Pele

    January 19, 2017 at 9:03 am

    Some women sicken me. You know you have a dark past (for women, it’s majorly an immoral lifestyle) and you wait until you guys are married before telling him. Then when he reacts negatively, you will join the bandwagon of those saying “men are evil”. You will not tell people the truth.

    Why not tell him before he marries you so he can make an informed decision and either choose to go for the girl who has no dark past or choose to stay? How would you feel if after you get married to your prince charming, he now begins to share his dark past e.g. “i have loan of $100m”, “i was a cultist and they are chasing me”, “i have three children with three baby mamas”, “i am impotent”. You’ll be the first to call him “devil”. Hypocrites oshi!

    That’s how i heard of a man who married a lady he felt was a good christian girl in spite of his friend’s warnings to investigate her, only for them to have fertility issues. It was after he insisted on going with her to the doctor that he found out the babe has had multiple abortions. Bro now hates the babe. Onlooker feel the guy is wicked. I’m sure when they ask her, she’ll never say what she did.

    Sometimes, i don’t even pity guys. You friendzone or sisterzone the girl who you know is a good girl because she’s not according to your spec and you chase and marry the hottie who’s “hard to get”. When shits hits the fan and you find out about her “dark” past, you would be feeling betrayed. Mschew!

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