Fathers’ Day Reflection: How To Improve Your Relationship With Your Dad

It is midnight and I have been reflecting on this year’s Father’s Day. I got home yesterday morning, and wished my dad a Happy Father’s Day. I really appreciate him and I love him so much, albeit, I once thought he was too hard on I and my siblings. {Read: My Parents Push Me Too … More Fathers’ Day Reflection: How To Improve Your Relationship With Your Dad

How Teenagers Can Cope With Divorced Parents

If you are the first born, and you are in your teenagehood, you should try as much as possible to avoid any of your parents talking bad about the other person before you. You should also learn to shut your siblings up when they talk about the shortcomings of your parents. … More How Teenagers Can Cope With Divorced Parents

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