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Navigating love can be challenging, and in spite of ourselves, we often mess up with the ones we love the most, sometimes irrevocably so. Author of the book The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts, Dr. Gary Chapman advocates that all of us have a particular love language, and that understanding whatContinue reading “Love Languages”
They say that “God has a great sense of humour”, but to be honest, these days, I am starting to feel like I don’t get the joke!! For single parents who were already under fire with the challenges of daily life, things have gotten exponentially more difficult, and the light at the end of thisContinue reading “Navigating the Pandemic”
No one tells you this, but parenthood, when done right, is no walk in the park. The position is permanent, full time, unpaid, and gives no vacation or sick days; it requires a multifaceted skill set including care-taking, cooking, cleaning, educating, mentoring, protecting, entertaining, nurturing, disciplining, and overseeing the emotional and physical development of otherContinue reading “Four Tips for When Parenting Gets Tough”
“In the heart of a boy there’s a lion and given a chance he roars effortlessly“ J.W Njoroge- Founder, LeadGlobal Impact (*This is the first of a series of articles that will address the subject: Raising Boys. ) In Kenya, a beautiful country in East Africa, society places a high premium on the boy child.Continue reading “Raising Boys; Then and Now:-“
As far as my application of mathematical principles go, I know that 40 is more than 35 (35% – 9713 of offenders against children were their mothers) which means that the MAIN OFFENDERS of child abuse are relatives or people known to the child victims (and strangers, 24.1% which totals 64.6%) unlike what the author purports his narrative to be. Maybe I need a chart illustration
Living with and caring for a pet as a child can be an incredible learning experience and can help a child form many positive personality traits—I know this from personal experience. When I was 13, I found a sick and crying pup on an empty lot next to our house, and nursing that puppy toContinue reading “The Right Pets”
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