I Was Jealous of My Married Friends

Photo Cred: Psychology Today I have been single for about 7 years now. In that time I have been fellowshipping at the same Church. This means that I have been part of the youth group at my church for about 6-and-a-half years and have made many acquaintances and friends, especially because I’m a very sociable … Continue reading I Was Jealous of My Married Friends

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4 Truths That Helped Me to Break Through Abuse

I recently stumbled upon an (allegedly) old song of Alicia Keys’ called ‘Brand New Me’. For about 2 weeks straight this was my daily anthem! This song speaks so truly to a journey that I believe many women walk. One that I am starting to see more and more black African women (bAw) begin to … Continue reading 4 Truths That Helped Me to Break Through Abuse

WOMEN’S DAY POST: The Self-Sacrificing bAw

Photo Cred: Pinterest This post is written ahead of the Women’s Day that we will be celebrating this month. One of my greatest passions lies in women and their growth and empowerment. Over the past few months, I have spoken to 4 different black African women (bAw) who have expressed how they support and take … Continue reading WOMEN’S DAY POST: The Self-Sacrificing bAw

4 Vital Steps in Overcoming People-Pleasing

Hello, my name is Sonia Dube and I’m a recovering people-pleaser. Ouch. That really stings for me to admit but the truth is the truth. For most of my life I have struggled with this innate desire to make others around me happy at the cost of my own joy or comfort. It started from … Continue reading 4 Vital Steps in Overcoming People-Pleasing

Guest Post – Suits: A Heart Problem by Bridget Gwanzura

At the beginning of the year my prayer was “Lord refine my character”. I knew I wanted to change my character and wanted a change in my life and for God to take control. However, what I did not know was that through this prayer the Lord would reveal to me who I really am, … Continue reading Guest Post – Suits: A Heart Problem by Bridget Gwanzura