Happily, ever after, is a great myth. It is actually said that a relationship that has no issues to fight about is a false. Something underlying must be wrong with the couple. Normal people can’t just be agreeing about everything & anything & all that’s because we’re both different & these differences have to cause … Continue reading Let Them Go…If You Love Them
If there is no one in our circles who criticizes us for some of the moves we make then we definitely need a new set of friends or family. Sometimes we tend to keep silent when our friends are going astray just because we want to keep the friendship as we fear the other person … Continue reading What Type Of Friends We Really Need
Gender-Based Violence. We have created a hopeless situation by mistreating people majorly according to their sex/ gender, socially, emotionally, physically, and psychologically. The 2016 Uganda Demographic and Health Survey revealed that up to 22% of women aged 15 to 49 in the country had experienced some form of sexual violence. The report also revealed that … Continue reading Day 9 of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021 Gender-Based Violence. How We Can Stop It.
When a breakup occurs, usually, every one of the affected parties will play the victim card. Even the clearly guilty bustard will try to get people in their favor so that they’re not looked at with an evil eye for breaking the vows, promises & or anything the relationship stood for. When we are breaking … Continue reading Day Seven of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. Break Up Blues. Is It Always Their Fault?
Day 6 here and I about the body-shaming character of our society. She was a young, small, beautiful girl. Very happy in her petit form. Everyone called her a model. She flaunted and celebrated life in her slimness. To the nursery school, she went, fat people were bullied. All sorts of names were thrown at … Continue reading Day Six of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. Body-Shaming & Stereotyping