Myalgia: Living with Chronic Pain

I’ve been living with chronic pain since being diagnosed with Chronic Myalgia in 2014, and if I must be quite honest, my life has never been the same again. Living with chronic pain makes day-to-day life really difficult. The pain has taken over every single part of my life, from tidying up, to cooking, to […]

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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 Plight Of Our Mothers

By Eunice Aber I sat in the doctor’s room, awestruck with a mixture of wonder and sadness. Part of me was numb with shock, the other part had to be conscious as I listened to and translated the distress of the women that walked into the room. I had brought my aunt to the local hospital. […]

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The Force From Within

By Eunice Aber This week caught me thinking about a topic that keeps mulling in my mind time and again. It is quite an interesting one and probably something I shouldn’t be thinking about this early. But being a woman and also a thinker, this can’t escape the faculties of my mind. The topic is […]

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It’s Okay To Hate Your Period

By Mako Muzenda I’m one of the unfortunate women cursed with a hellish period. Every month, I go through the same routine: throwing up every few hours or so, feeling like my uterus is getting gut-punched, and living in the constant fear that I’m leaking and the whole world will see red dripping down my […]

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