Journey to self - Part 2
My mother always used this analogy in the context of marriage, as she encouraged me to get married while I was young and “in full bloom”. I never paid much attention to this but as my sessions with Kola my therapist intensified, I began to see it in another light.
Patriarchy, stereotypes hinder women’s advancement ’
This was the thrust of discussion at a women leaders summit organized by the Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC) with the theme: “Women in the Changing World; Being Bold for Change.”
Self love: The beginning of real love
Ever wondered why men flock to a certain woman even though she’s got nothing on you? Perhaps you yourself are drawn to specific people because they make you feel good, make you laugh or simply being in their presence is uplifting.
Health conditions that cause chronic kidney disease
If you have too much bad cholesterol, it can build up in the vessels that carry blood into and out of your kidneys, and that can affect how well they work. It also makes you more likely to have high blood pressure and diabetes.
IWD - Be bold for change
The observance of the International Women’s Day is a day set aside to honour achievements of women over the years. We are celebrating how far women have come...
Women… Beyond the body parts
With another International Women’s Day gone and done, it is hard not to think about a couple of debates that have taken the social media by storm last week. Debates involving British PM Theresa May...
“Dear women, greater is that which we are called to be than which has held us down from becoming’’ -Enari Ofoegbu, founder
The Confident Woman Network Enari Ofoegbu is an epitome of strength. She is a television content Producer, founder and CEO of SheBossTV, Creative Director of Aria Eden Luxe; a fashion brand...
Though tribe and tongue may differ: Managing diversity in Nigeria
Today, our youth face an uncertain future, one that is marked by the debris of broken dreams, journeys started but not completed or disrupted. We often fear to do something new because it has never been done before.