Life challenges cannot be escaped but it can be fought and can be won. But when self esteem is low, it makes us think about our lives in a negative way and this makes us lose life challenges without even trying – but that’s too much burden for one person to bear… … More Low Self Esteem: the Enemy of a Brilliant Mind
Friends have expectations of what they expect us to achieve. The society and social media has put pressure on us to ‘become’, but we can still control the effect of all this on us.
If you take the wrong step or move to ‘become’ when you are not ready, you would have yourself to blame for the consequences! … More The Pressure of Becoming in the World Today
Yes, you’ve seen these people at their best and worst moments: you’ve seen them laugh and cry. You’ve seen them pull of their shirts when there’s heat. You’ve seen them confused. Maybe you’ve even seen them snore or fart!
But you should learn to ignore their weakness/humanity. Learn to respect their ingenuity, strengths, and wisdom. Learn to submit to them and get things solved.
That solution or improvement you desire in your career, relationship, spiritual growth, attitude, behavior/habit and so on may just be around you. That friend of yours whom you laugh together all the time may have the solution. Your boyfriend/girlfriend may know the way out. That lady/guy who is younger than you may know just what you need. … More The Cost of Familiarity
Now, I know we’re in the ‘jet age’ and we feel practices like this is old school, but that’s not true. we mustn’t allow borrowed culture deprive us of our common sense/morals. … More Respect is Indeed Reciprocal
Most teenagers, young adults, undergraduates can, at some point, attest to having a hard time trying to play the role of parents and also playing the role of a teenage child at the same time. Remember you don’t have to struggle through this. Take the right steps and learn to look up to the right people to learn from them. This self-parenting is a journey that we must learn to scale through. … More Adulthood and Self – Parenting
Hello baby girl, It’s such a pleasure to have lived your life so far. It is a special one. Here are some tips I’ve gathered for you from this point in your life. I really would do anything to actually have it delivered to you from here. Anyway, here you go: 1. Perfectionism is a … More A Letter To My Teenage Self: 20 Things I Know You Need | by Jane Kareem
Sometime ago, my baby brother brought this Math problem to my mum and when she had difficulties figuring out the answers, I remember him asking with a puzzled look on his face,”how can you not know when you are old?” Haha yeah right. This brings us to the five Myths about Adulthood: … More 5 Myths About Being an Adult.
When I call your name, I hear echoes of it several times, it scares me, then I run out embracing adulthood. Still imbalanced between responsibilities and growth. Why do I have so many responsibilities as a young adult? Why do everyone around look up to me for something? I was tired of being scolded and corrected, forgetting that I am an adult, I figured out I could be happy like I was with you. … More Letter to My Childhood