A Mile in Someone Else’s Shoes

Image source Oftentimes our default mode is our selfish mode Sometimes we stay in our own little bubbles of comfort and stay away from what we are unfamiliar with. It’s natural. After all, we are humans and we naturally gravitate towards what makes us feel secure. We tend to overdo it and dismiss behaviours and opinions we struggle to understand…

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Learning To Push Through The Pains

It’s never easy to push through the pain. A woman in labour would not dream of having another baby when contractions continue to become stronger, longer and closer together, and her cervix dilates to seven (7) centimetres.

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MY EX & HIS WIFE ARE DRINKING HATER-AID WITH ICE || LIFE IS HARD BUT EASY

HAPPY BELATED MOTHER’S DAY TO MY FOLLOWERS AND DAILY VIEWERS, BEING A MOTHER IS THE BEST JOB I’VE EVER HAD!! Hey, you’ll how was your weekend? I had the best Mother’s Day in 16 years, why? because it was the first of many mother’s days with MY DAVID and my daughter. My daughter works the weekends normally and on this…

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PTSD & FEAR GOES HAND N HAND | LIFE IS HARD BUT EASY

I apologize for not posting as of late, it’s been quite crazy for me, I have many things on my plate right now like upcoming wedding plans, an upcoming marriage, learning how to be in a relationship after 12 years of being single, my child’s father and his MOUTH ALL ON ME, all in her face and me trying not…

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Finding a Lifeline in Fitness

We all have those special things that we do that get us through the hard times. The special things that are our ways of self-care that combat the doubt and depression. Music, cooking, drawing, getting outdoors, writing… etc. For myself personally, and I know for a lot of people as well, my main way to combat stress, fatigue, depression, (the…

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When Life Happens…

Life is, after all, full of uncertainties and risks. You never know when things change even though they appear to be constant. And this is my story, writing out loud. I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome when it was too late. It’s the thing that affects your ability to effectively socialize and communicate. A very rare disorder. I’ve suffered too…

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WHEN SORRY IS NOT AN APOLOGY | Featured Post

When you hear someone say “I’m sorry” do you automatically think that they are apologizing for having done something wrong? Does the meaning of what they said to depend on the context of the situation? When I’ve done something wrong I do say I’m sorry, but I also say that when I haven’t done anything wrong at all. Take for…

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TO BE BLACK IS ONE THING. TO BE A BLACK WOMAN IS ANOTHER | Featured Post

In these changing times where women are constantly slaving to break down societal discrepancies, it is important to be realistic about a few things and be able to come to terms with the fact that just as Rome was not built in a day, change is also an arduous gradual journey. It is time for Black Women to know their…

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Put Yourself First

  It’s okay to find someone attractive and not approaching them. It’s okay to stay online night long and not chatting with anyone. It’s okay to ask for suggestions and not considering them. It’s totally okay to present yourself as if you don’t care about anything and still examining everything to its minute detail. There isn’t always a reason for…

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Lost but finally found | Featured Post

“I lost myself in the process” There are a lot of people asking me why I’m always happy and looks like I don’t carry any burden in life. But honestly, they don’t know how much I’m trying right now to save myself. They don’t have any idea how many times I cried in silence and the only witness to that…

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