The Silence Pandemic African Women Should Address

There is neither decorum nor honor in silence, I suggest we should know. A whispering voice is better than words never uttered at all. So, having said that, I think it is preposterous to opine that silence will make us feel and look like better women who were better raised in our typical African societies […]

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Dear John

I miss you every single day. I see you in every stranger that I meet. I feel you in every song, the lyrics remind me of our conversations. Sometimes I stop at your scent, with hopes of seeing you. There are days when it’s easier, and those days I tell myself that you are better […]

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The Transfer Of Negative Emotions

By Amandla Karungi I finally understand it, the thing about misplaced anger. Sometimes you want to give someone a verbal thrashing but because you still have to work with them for possibly a long time, or maybe in the spirit of humility, you decide to inhale this person’s persistent annoyances or outright overstepping. A few […]

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