Congratulations Nina Amirah for acing the panel interviews and being awarded : Aspiring Gen Scholarship 2019 For demonstrating Respect, Resilience and Excellence particularly Resilience. You have matured wisely beyond your age having gone through your parents divorce, your mum being diagnosed with a chronic illness and losing her job, being strapped for money at a time when you needed it most, being under financial assistance … Continue reading Don’t ever think you are doomed for life.
As I reflect back on 2018, as a working mother of three striving to find that perfect balance in life, I realize there’s no such thing as a perfect balance. Things will get topsy turvy, things will make you break out of sanity, things will go haywire. I’ve had my dose of panic attacks and anxiety when things go wrong. I’ve learnt to let go … Continue reading Goodbye 2018. Hello 2019!
Motherhood, in my opinion, is one of the most difficult jobs to successfully manoeuvre through, especially here in this busy, bustling, competitive, fast-paced city. Anybody who has been a mother for a day can already experience that motherhood isn’t easy, what more being a single mother. It’s not uncommon for us mothers to stretch ourselves too thin and to push ourselves to the breaking point. … Continue reading It is OK to show our Kids we aren’t Perfect
Maternal behaviors that shape a daughter in their absence. By : Peg Streep Source: Photograph by abeer_almshrafi. Copyright free. Pixabay. In his novel Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy observed that “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way;” nonetheless amid the differences, there are broad commonalities. That’s true of unloving mothers too, even though there are observable differences in how they … Continue reading Five Things an Unloving Mother Never Does