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Mo wa ko jẹbi – I’m not guilty

Whether you’re a mother or not, I’m sure that you can relate to the statement above. However, there is no denying that elements of guilt intensify more so when you become a mother. 1,054 more words


The Truth

I’m a bitter pill

In a candy wrapper



When it comes to learning about my liver, there’s so much irony with it. I quit smoking and started vaping so that I would live longer for someone. 126 more words

Is Society Pushing Women to Be Promiscuous?

In our society today, it has become acceptable for women to portray themselves as sexual objects that allows many men to treat them as if they are walking billboards promoting sex. 882 more words


10 Things Successful People Never Do Again (2 min read)

 1. Try to be someone they are not.

In everything we do, we have to ask ourselves, “Why am I doing this? Am I suited for it? 492 more words


sounds reasonable

Listen to this broadcast on Radio 4’s Women’s Hour.

That’ll be 12 minutes to hear what “Listener Sue” says about caring for someone with dementia and Parkinsons. 168 more words


A Little Right Of Center

Daily Prompt – Center

My mother used to call people who had emotional problems “a little left of center”. She wasn’t trying to be mean, it was just her way of acknowledging they were different. 403 more words

Mental Illness

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