My post today is about celebrating and appreciating those young women around us, who are doing great things, women who are shinning their light on the world, women who are breaking the glass ceiling. Initially, I wanted to do ten women but the time frame
Sex education is not a strong point for African Parents, Many of us, young adults still find it difficult to discuss relationship problems with our parents, even very serious problems, can’t be discussed with our parents.
The crickets have begun to sing and the clouds are now a thick blanket of darkness. It would have been a perfectly peaceful and quiet night if not for the loud snoring of my father. Whenever my father began to snore, nothing in the world could wake him up from his slumber; it was time, it was now or never!
if I hated you I would have stripped you of your title and disinherited you a long time ago or I would have simply had you drowned the minute you were born. But you are my daughter and I love you. And do you honestly want the truth? If you can’t let go of the past then you have no future.”
A couple of days ago, I read a post about the misconception Non Africans have about African women and how they think we don’t have hair and so we buy human hair. You should read it, it’s an amazing post click here to read.