Women & Children

Stop Putting Pressure On Your Children

When it comes to raising children, stereotypical pressure abounds in every nook and cranny of the world, but they are most common here in Nigeria among parents. Let’s start from when the child is born, a child of 3 ideally should still be with the mother, playing with toys, trying to explore his or her curiosity, and may be starting kindergarten at 4 or 5, but you find out that a 3 year old is already in school trying to read and write, struggling with the pen and paper as the teacher holds his hands for him or her to write properly, hitting him gently on the back if he doesn’t write well.

Women & Children

When the Abuser is a Victim by LOLO CY

As a fast paced teenager, I got myself in a relationship where I believed we loved each other, and to express our love for each other, my boyfriend would propose we have sexual intercourse but it was not something I believed I was ready for. So he came with an idea that we just play it out, as clueless teenagers we would get in position and have what people call dry sex; all the sexual activities just with no penetration.