Really, none by itself is better than the other. Whether you should have a church wedding or a court wedding depends on what you want for your wedding (and what you can afford). That’s a choice many young people who are preparing for a wedding may have to make. And in making that choice, it helps very much when they have adequate information on the options available to them. So, in this blog post, Labone Express brings up the features one can find with each option, to help couples who are planning their weddings decide what they want to have. … Continue reading A Church Wedding or Court Wedding: Which Is Better?
We can be happy everyday, simply by choosing to behave in ways that can bring us happiness—by engaging in activities that psychologists have found to make us happy, daily. Happiness is that positive, good-feeling emotion we know and wish to experience always. Psychologists define it as a mental state that includes three components: feeling positive emotions, feeling satisfied with one’s life and not experiencing negative emotions. Being happy is not a fixed state, but a continuous process of making an effort to enjoy daily pleasurable events, situations, people and objects. Here are some behaviours and activities we can perform, to … Continue reading Simple Ways to be Happy Everyday
A small media company and Joy’s MultiTV brought to television screens, in the year 2012, a grand process of man’s selection of a female partner since the decline of the glory of the arranged marriage. “King” Bomaye, Ghanaian former housemate on Big Bother Africa season 6, camped with 12 nubile women in a mansion located somewhere in the eastern end of the city of Accra, to live together with the ladies for three months and choose a bride from the twelve by the end of the show. They called it I’m in Love with Bomaye. As king, Bomaye slept in … Continue reading Remembering I’m in Love with Bomaye: Finding The Best Bride?
The biggest news about Ghana’s energy crises this weekend is, perhaps, a beautiful open letter supposedly written by luscious actor Lydia Forson to President John Mahama. That letter is a really impressive work when assessed as a literary text. That letter is massively engaging readers’ attention and drawing comments, tweets and retweets for many reasons. I’ve read it; first on Myjoyonline.com on Saturday, almost 24 hours after it was published, then I read it again on GraphicOnline and later on some other newssites. Immediately, I was tempted to write a commentary on the said piece of letter. But wait: one … Continue reading The Lydia Forson Open Letter to President Mahama: A Close Reading
So how was the long awaited Valentine’s day? You got engaged? Or perhaps you renewed your vows with your spouse? Ooops!!! maybe you actually got a new boy or girlfriend? Awwww I’m sure some got broken hearted though. My first broken heart was on 15th February 2004……sobs, sobs….hehehehe!! And how many of you cheated? Yikes!!! So could you go on that blind date? Or just like I did, you were home sleeping and eating. Hehehe!!! No matter how the day went, it is past with memories that would last or fade. It is gone with events that will give us … Continue reading To be Laid or To be Known
The requirements for ordinance marriage in Ghana are quite simple. It is an inexpensive or a very affordable way to marry. First, this form of marriage is made between a man and a woman only. The partners must be 18 years or older and none of the two entering into a marriage by ordinance shall be in any form of marriage with any other person(s). But, there is an exception where the two partners are already married to each other in a customary marriage. This marriage process is one of the institutions we inherited from British colonial administration and still hold … Continue reading The Requirements for Ordinance Marriage in Ghana