“The easiest thing to be in the world is you. The most difficult thing to be is what other people want you to be. Don’t let them put you in that position.” … Read More Peel the Mental Makeup 1: Not Everyone Will Love
Without an identity card, freedom is restricted and movement devoid. Bank transactions are minimized: cash withdrawals from third-party’s account, loans, and overdrafts, account registrations, among others. The freedom to drive, school and sail across national borders as well as the opportunity to secure employment in any reputable organization is equally deterred—without a government-issued identity card.… Read More Establishing Your Identity: The prevalence of Identity Crisis Among Today’s Youth
The highest mountain in the world is Everest with about 8,848 meters above sea level. Everest is located at the borderline between Nepal and the Tibet region of China. Due to its height, Everest is as frozen as ice cube at the peak. This is one of the reasons ascension to the summit seems impossible.… Read More The Moment to Ponder: Why Contain Yourself?
It was a nightmare, in a full daylight, in a far South of African region, where it happened. A 25-year-old man allegedly raped a 12-year-old niece and, eventually, got her infected with the deadly HIV virus. According to TODAY news, the poor innocent girl was found with sores and rashes all over her private parts. When… Read More Rape: Why it is Worse Now Than Then.
Credit: Shutterstock Have you been receiving series of spam messages, recently? If yes, then your system or account might be under the hand of hackers. Hackers are some group of unauthorised computer users who violate the online privacy of other users. They would break into accounts, hijack usernames and passport, giving them the opportunity to… Read More 3 Surprising Attitudes that overcomes Depression
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), depression leads to over 800,000 deaths every year, making it the second leading cause of death among 15 to 27-year-olds (Guardian.ng). Numerous studies and clinical reports have been able to prove the underlying cause of depression among young and the middle-aged. The result is quite simple: stress. Stress… Read More 7 Powerful Gimmicks to Avoid Stress In Your Everyday Activities
Do you know that depression only hit you when something great is coming your way? It may sound like a make-believe, but it’s the truth. Cast your mind back to the last [depressive] episode. What did you gain? Weakness, pain, bruises, loneliness and emptiness, sickness and lost—lost of love, intimacy and companionship, isn’t it? You… Read More 5 Things to do When Depression Wrecks You Down
By Beatrice Mokwunye I attended a conference, recently, at the Enterprise Development Center (EDC)–Lekki. During the question and answer session, a woman took the mic and stood up. She asked her question as simple as possible, but she didn’t seem to be satisfied at the level of her brevity. As a result, this lady spent… Read More What it Feels Like to be Depressed
Have you been in a confused state before? Where you had to choose from two or more contrasting activities, ideas, passions and what have you? For instance, you walked into a shoe mart for a pair of shoe. On getting there, “problem burst”–you fell in love with about six pairs of shoe, but you can… Read More 5 Things to Do When Confused