Updated post from 20th September 2020. Growing up, I never thought much about getting married – this was not something I dreamt or wished for. In my mind I was always a career woman and though I would have someone in my life, I never thought about marriage. Coming from the society I grew up … Continue reading Let’s refute some misconceptions about being a single woman!
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Let’s talk about husband material, shall we!
Last week, while browsing social media, I came across a post on twitter I could not ignore, I had to comment. The writer of the post was narrating how he had lost the woman he intended to marry in a road accident. He had the compassion of most people in his comments, unfortunately, he did … Continue reading Let’s talk about husband material, shall we!
Dealing with overbearing people.
When I was twenty years old, I lost my mother to cancer - through my teens, I had witnessed her battle the disease that would eventually steal her from our family. She was a kind person who made an impact on everyone she met and talking to a friend recently, I noticed that I had … Continue reading Dealing with overbearing people.
Why are people so quick to believe bad things they hear about good people?
So, a bit of a story time - a good friend of mine visited me recently; I had not seen her for while and was happy to see her when she dropped over at mine after work. While we were catching up, the discussion moved on to another person we knew whom we had not … Continue reading Why are people so quick to believe bad things they hear about good people?
Has your man been snatched?
First posted 14th Feb 2021 I recently came across a radio show where a woman was narrating how her husband had been snatched by another woman. She was narrating her story on a talk show with mostly women panellists - I was intrigued how they all came to the conclusion that she should not leave … Continue reading Has your man been snatched?
When you see the red flags, run!
A couple of weeks ago, I came across a social media post of an image of a young woman who had swollen lips and eyes due to domestic violence. She had taken one of the images when she was in hospital and there was a video of her distressed in her hospital bed. She stated … Continue reading When you see the red flags, run!
Don’t tell your daughters to find husbands!
Last week, I met up with a friend I had not seen in over twenty years - we had not seen each other since we left the boarding school we both attended in our teens. We had kept in touch over the years but it was great to see each other and catch up on … Continue reading Don’t tell your daughters to find husbands!
Deconstructing my faith – Revoking my church membership!
Part 1 I was born into a Presbyterian family and baptised as a baby - I would later choose to be baptised again in a non denominational church when I was 20, I felt I was old enough to choose my own path and not my parents decision to have me baptised as a baby. … Continue reading Deconstructing my faith – Revoking my church membership!
Why are women held to higher morals than men?
I recently read about a pastor to the stars who had been fired from his position in the church because he had failed on moral grounds. It was further revealed that this pastor had cheated on his wife of seventeen years - the cheating incident was not a one off thing but rather a five … Continue reading Why are women held to higher morals than men?
Should being picked by a man make a woman feel more valued?
I recently read a post on Instagram that got me a bit worried about the current view of romantic relationships from females perspective. The young woman who had posted this offending quote was alluding to the fact that, she was doing more than enough in her relationship and the man for whom she was doing … Continue reading Should being picked by a man make a woman feel more valued?