3 Things I Learnt From My Patient

As Christians, we all need to be transparent to God, he knows us and sees us always. We should always involve God in the things we do, steps we want to make and the desires of our heart. … More 3 Things I Learnt From My Patient

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Letting Go of 2018

It is just a few hours into the new year, and you can still make it count. All you need to do is make a list of the goals you could not achieve in this year, the mistakes you made and how you should have been better. After doing this, write on a new page how you intend to handle them in the new year. … More Letting Go of 2018

Lessons From 2018: Daring and Fruitful

2018 started out with no fairy tale dreams or resolution, it started with a made up mind to act on deliberation and accountability. I wish we all could put an end to this year, so I can take a peep into 2019, and see what the new year has for me. This post is meant to keep you in a self-reflective mode; at least by doing that, you will know how perfect or almost perfect your year could have been … More Lessons From 2018: Daring and Fruitful

Why You Fail Your Mathematics Exams

When a child fails a particular subject, after receiving a sharp rebuke from parents, they end their encouragement with, “maybe you are not just excellent in this subject and can be better in another subject”. I have discovered that words like this, do not only make the child accept failure as a way of life but also deprives the child of knowing his/her real challenge. … More Why You Fail Your Mathematics Exams

Writing to Heal

A larger percentage of these teenagers become a shadow of themselves, struggle with voices in their head, pictures in their mind and questions on their lips. Writing has been found to be more than just an art, but also an art of healing.
As a writer, you are not only given the opportunity to heal your broken spirit, but also the world of tens and hundreds around you … More Writing to Heal

Stress: A Way of Life Or Fact of Life?

Are there really people who live a stress-free life?

I am not sure of the answer to give since stress is relative. Each day comes with its task, and to solve each day’s puzzle, we need to make use of our mental health, psychology, emotional intelligence and a lot more.

To know if stress is a way of life or a fact of life is simple. You just need to see the distinction between a way of life and a fact of life. … More Stress: A Way of Life Or Fact of Life?