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Parenting, A Deep Responsibilty

Parenting, A Deep Responsibilty

“Yes, I don’t want to be a parent, at least not yet. Parenting is more than just a role or the name, it’s a responsibility”, these were the words of Olakunle, the first child of the Olawales. Olakunle has grown enough to get married and also bear kids but he has refused to do any. […]

Parenting Issues: The Coming Of Age Phase

Parenting Issues: The Coming Of Age Phase

Bringing up a child or children that makes one proud is like winning a trophy for most parents. It is the coveted prize they seek to get at the end of the days of parenting. Doting on one’s children; giving the very best and wanting them to be of good behaviour, definitely seems like a […]

Don’t Be A Helicopter Parent, Learn These Skills

Don’t Be A Helicopter Parent, Learn These Skills

There is no defined technique for parenting. But with the internet, you would easily get tips from “parenting experts” but this can be contradictory sometimes. What you should know is that parenting involves promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social and intellectual development, of a child from birth to adulthood. When a parent is a […]

Daddy and Mummy why are you hoarding beverages?

If while growing up, beverages were hidden by your parents and only brought out on weekends, when it rains, and daddy wants to drink tea, or the pot of stew is under the bed closely monitored by either your dad or mom. If during the festive period, the fried meat or chicken are taken to […]

Honour Your Parents

Honour Your Parents

God has placed honour upon our parents. Gen 20:12,  Deut 5:16, Mat 5:14. It is an emphatic  instruction, whenever you see people struggling in life, one of the root causes of such struggle is dishonour. Dishonour will bring a person into pain, your parents deserve your honour not because they have earned it but because […]

Are You Helping Your Kids With Their Homework?

Are You Helping Your Kids With Their Homework?

It’s said that too much of a good thing is a bad thing, and that undoubtedly applies to homework. While a few after-school assignments can reinforce lessons taught in class, research has shown that middle and high school kids are regularly given unhealthy amounts of homework. As such, they experience increased levels of stress, have a hard […]

How To Involve Your Kids In Your Business

How To Involve Your Kids In Your Business

As an entrepreneur, one of the best things you can do is introduce your kids to your business. Getting your children involved in your business will have benefits beyond giving you something to share or simply allowing you to see more of each other. It can help them develop an entrepreneurial mindset like yours, which […]

How To Protect Your Kid From Fortnight Scams

How To Protect Your Kid From Fortnight Scams

You were just getting used to your kid’s obsession with Fortnite, and now, all you hear about is V-Bucks. V-Bucks, like Robux on Roblox, are Fortnite’s in-game currency. Players use them to buy the fun “skins” (characters and outfits) and “emotes” (those hilarious dances like “Flossing” and “Take the L”) that kids will say they totallyneed to make Fortnite even cooler. For the record: […]

LOUD WHISPERS: In Dire Need Of Scapegoats

LOUD WHISPERS: In Dire Need Of Scapegoats

The tragic story of Ochanya Ogbanje, the thirteen-year-old girl who passed away recently after years of sexual abuse at the hands of her uncle and his son, is something straight out of a Nollywood movie. One of the reasons why Nollywood (whether the English speaking or local language sectors) resonates so well with people in […]

Raising Girls with Confidence

Raising Girls with Confidence

I grew up in a picturesque suburb of New York City. By all outside appearances, I had it together: confident, carefree, and a natural leader.  I went to college, built a high profile career in the media industry, got married, and had children. Then I had a daughter. The second I heard “it’s a girl,” […]

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