This Divorce is Hard- Calabar Chalk/ Stone


Addiction

We are made of dust so what the heck if we eat dust? No harm right? I’m not so sure about that. It’s like we drink water and bathe with some (lol funny)

From my part of the world, Beautiful Cameroon, pregnant women are popular on eating this chalk and a few not pregnant us too got addicted to it and oh it suits just right you do need to eat as it truly in a weird way satisfies lol #crazysavings

My story on how i got married to this earthy friend. I suffered from nausea and it had an underlying health situation but I didn’t care to know as “calaba” served the need. Coins made the marriage stronger. I kept eating and eating till I was in the theatre for appendicitis and so I could no longer serve the marriage right.

calaba

A divorce was inevitable. I was constantly anaemic. I eat in little portions to keep the union strong but it was killing me softly. So time passed on this necessary evil and then I talked with a Pastor friend and my eyes got clearer on what it truly means to honor God with our body and our body being his temple. I knew my divorce was approved.

I prayed to let go this habit I married that I needed to detox from and yes He sent help for me. It is still a struggle even after the divorce but I’m sure I have help. Now I use my addition as facial mask and not defiling food and so can save my blood.

Do you like me have addictions you battle with?

#addiction, #anemia, #beauty, #calaba-chalk, #calaba-stone, #cameroon, #divorce-2, #family, #food, #god, #inspiration, #life, #love, #pain

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6 thoughts on “This Divorce is Hard- Calabar Chalk/ Stone

  1. I am so struggling with this particular addiction too… Lots of people keep telling me I will get appendicitis…. And I really want to stop but as you said, it’s just really hard.
    Hearing stories of people like you who fought it is inspiring. I hope my Breakthrough comes soon..

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