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
If people really knew what a hustle can be. A real-life hustle on the streets; no job, no ‘connected relatives’, no cents for a meal but just you against the odds then they wouldn’t be laughing at this picture. Waking up to go out and hope lady luck shines on you that day. Living each … Continue reading Thou Should Not Laugh At One’s Hustle.
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.
Sometime in 2020, during one of those (#MeToo campaigns), There was a social media topic about people’s characters. Commonly, such topics involve qualities one looks out for in a partner. Amongst a number of comments on a certain post I can’t seem to find anymore was a comment by Rashida Namulondo, a poet and actress. … Continue reading Of Good Character, Rashida’s Qualities…Of A Perfect Partner
It is always a heated topic between both genders concerning money & how it should be handled. In many societies & relationships, the woman expects the man to foot everything financial. & so in most cases, one of the leading causes of relationship failures is financial understanding (or the lack of it) –provide what. Views … Continue reading On Provision In A Relationship