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On International Day of the Girl Child, themed “With Her: A skilled Girl Force”

On International Day of the Girl Child, themed “With Her: A skilled Girl Force” I write this letter of encouragement to you girl child. You can do it, don’t be afraid!!!

If you think your MAN or PARENTS/GUARDINAS will support and finance you, how about if they get injured worse still if they die today what are you going to do? Will it be the death of you as well? Continue reading On International Day of the Girl Child, themed “With Her: A skilled Girl Force”

World Mental Health Day – 2018

Know this for sure, the person who has the ability to hurt you the most is someone who is very close to you. That is why I encourage you to leave room. #self-care

As we remember world health mental day I take this moment to remind you that, 'God blessed them and said to them, "Be fruitful and increase in number, fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and over every living creature that moves on the ground' Genesis 1:28. Continue reading World Mental Health Day – 2018

Relationship Goals

#sunday #reflection #respect

Giving honour where it’s due. A wife/women/girlfriend/partner is not a slave or housemaid.

There is an old traditional narrative that is sang across the world or cultures on a woman’s place being the kitchen. Today I take time to reflect on this narrative and appreciate all the men who are changing this narrative to better not just their homes, wives, relationships but their lifestyles too. Continue reading Relationship Goals

Why it is important for parents to say sorry too

As it is said, ‘charity begins at home.’ Parents and guardians teach the young ones from as early as they can speak to say the words sorry, because they know the importance of that word. Personally I feel that the word SORRY brings healing. Sorry is a very profound and important word. I cannot even begin to imagine or explain of how many people old and young, generation from generation who are waiting patiently on that five letter word to begin to heal. Continue reading Why it is important for parents to say sorry too