20th October 2020
  • 9:11 pm Through the Eyes of Ides Ofune – Women Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Motherhood and Higher Education
  • 12:31 pm PhD Researcher Oladapo Ajayi is improving the lives of underserved children through his NGO AfRII
  • 7:30 am The Rising Cost of Private Schools in Nigeria
  • 2:42 pm Meet Lawrence Okon Founder of Read Empire with the aim of alleviating poverty among young graduates
  • 4:58 pm Prevention is Better than Rehabilitation says 24 Year Old Adebimpe Adebara Founder of Piece of my Heart Foundation
  • 3:48 pm Read about how Pamela Stephen established Fortress Foundation to help teenagers overcome sexual abuse
Godbless Akaighe

As a Doctoral Researcher in the area of ‘Dark Personality Traits’ and having had the opportunity to serve as a ‘Child Pastor’ for 20 years, I combine theoretical understanding and practical experience of child psychology to discuss the childhood roots of narcissism. Narcissism is defined as a personality trait or disorder that everything a person […]

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Emmanuel Etti

Anger is a healthy emotion. It’s normal and neither good nor bad. It’s a healthy emotion as any other because it conveys a message, telling you that a situation is upsetting, unjust or threatening. It becomes unhealthy or a problem when you express it in a way that hurt others. Simply put, anger is a […]

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Godbless Akaighe

How do you let go of past hurts and move on? This is a question many of us ask ourselves each time we experience heartache or emotional pain. Holding on to the past can be a conscious and cognitive decision just as letting go and moving forward. This article is divided into three sections. First, […]

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Sheryl Sandberg

I got to know about the Book, “Lean In” by Sheryl Sandberg after reading Michelle Obama’s memoire “Becoming”. In it, Michelle alluded to the fact that it’s not always possible for women to “lean in”. I had come across this phrase several times and became curious as to what it really meant. I decided to […]

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Covid-19 working mothers

Last week, I had a very good conversation with a mother on the implications of covid-19 on her family. According to her, the compulsory COVID-19 lockdown has made her realise the critical need to spend more time on her children’s academic work. This does not mean that she did not take this task seriously before […]

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