Let’s Talk: Signs Of A Toxic Parent

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Let’s Talk: Signs Of A Toxic Parent

Thoughts on the Joker Movie

Yesterday, almost exactly two years on from the day I saw the first movie, I watched the Joker movie again. And of course it was just as gripping, just as stark, just as troubling as the first movie. The alternative storyline created by Todd Phillips and animated by Joaquin Phoenix’s excellent performance has not lost […]

Thoughts on the Joker Movie

Let’s Talk: Mental Health Challenges And Support

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Let’s Talk: Mental Health Challenges And Support

Let’s Talk: 5 Tips To Help You Balance School + Work As A Student Creative

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The Girl With Rainbow Braids

Anire’s parents had her and decided they wouldn’t have another child. One was enough. Too preoccupied with climbing the corporate ladder, she was left with helps who were changed by their whims, till she got to primary three, and they declared she was too big for them. “You can read storybooks and eat cornflakes and fruit before we come back,” dad said that day.

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Is It Concern or Body Shaming?

This post is inspired by a WhatsApp status my friend made a couple weeks ago with the question: “Is there a difference between body shaming and asking someone to work out/eat healthier because the person is overweight?” We had a short discussion about it, and decided we’d write about it. We’re both master procrastinators, so, I’m only getting to it now.

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Deathbed: A Short Story

The mother was surrounded by friends in the living room. The ragged sound of her sobs wound down the hallway, crawled along the doorframe and bounced off the white tiles to my ears. They were more wretched than the breathing of the child. They sliced my soul. They were cold fingers clutching my heart.

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