Ways to Cope When a Loved One Dies

At some point in life, everyone loses someone they love. This is one of the most difficult life events imaginable. You need to be able to cope in a way that’s healthy, even if it’s painful. In the direct aftermath, allow yourself to work through your emotions. … More Ways to Cope When a Loved One Dies

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Making the Most of Family Occasions

Except you are trying to freeze time, put that device down. Do not forget to talk about how much you have missed everyone. Remember the hug you wish you could give your mum when you last talked with her over the phone, go ahead and give her a warm hug. Be there, in those rare moments, be there. … More Making the Most of Family Occasions

Teenage Pregnancy 

Surround yourself with people who love you and can relate to your life. Join a teens parent group too and seek out a mentor. Having a baby is not a death sentence for your future, you can still be what you want to be. Fine, it won’t be easy and convenient for you, but when it feels uneasy, just look up to God and his unconditional love. He’s got your back always. … More Teenage Pregnancy 

How To Handle Your Siblings When Your Parents Are Not at Home

I know how tiring and annoying this can be, especially with siblings who always want the things your parents have asked you not to take or use. On the other hand, babysitting or caring for your siblings can be a sense of responsibility for you, thereby preparing you for leadership positions in camp meetings, hostels or maybe higher institution. … More How To Handle Your Siblings When Your Parents Are Not at Home

Honour Your Father

Yesterday was Father’s Day celebration, and I realized what it means to honour a father; what it means to make your father proud. I have once written about my dad, I mentioned that he was not the man I thought he was. He wanted the best for me and did his best to make me … More Honour Your Father