• Mothers

    Mothers are like d warm rays of sunshine on a chilly morning…a cool breeze in a humid afternoon and a soft wrap of breath taking chocolate…The strong bond that holds the family together. I celebrate God for the day he created a woman on the surface of this earth, indeed y’all are a blessing to the world and will always be On this day I can’t help reflecting on all the things you’ve done for everyone around you and especially for we girls, the lessons you’ve taught us over the years.. May the women you all are and the person you’ve made us never diminish. Always put on a smile…

  • International mother’s day – a poem

    I look back to the very first day the word mummy came out of my mouth.. It’s amazing how a blizzful dream can come true and become a reality. A beautiful reality that I can’t even explain. Words aren’t enough to tell you how wonderful you are, I love my life because it gave me you and I love you so much because you are my life. Knowing that you are part of my life makes me feel secure and complete. I feel like i can deal with any obstacle that comes my way as long I have you. My support system, you give me immense courage to believe in…

  • Emotional abuse series part 7 – Dealing with body dysmorphia 2 (a guest post)

    Body Dysmorphic Disorder You avoid mirrors as you’re walking down the mall so that you don’t have to see your huge, nasty arms, under your sweater, in Summer. “Why do they have to be so big, and fat? Why can’t my arms be like most girls, small, and skinny? Now, I will never be able to wear tank tops, or any short shirts.” Some people might think that someone that says the above statement is just exaggerating. However, for that person, it’s VERY real. They don’t have those thoughts, because they want, or need attention, they have those thoughts, because in their eyes, they can only see whats wrong with…

  • Emotional abuse series part 4 – Dealing with body dysmorphia

    Body dysmorphia is a mental illness when one believes a part or parts of their body is ugly or unpleasant to look at due to a perceived flaw. It usually begins from the age of 11-13yrs of age when one begins to get conscious of their appearance.     Now most people don’t realize that constantly pointing out what they perceive as the other person’s bodily flaw will slowly produce a mindset for the person.  I for one have had people point out my weight to me both friends, family and strangers alike and uptill today I get so conscious around people because I feel they are talking about my weight…

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