The death of Dr. Tasila Tembo came as a great shock to almost everyone in Zambia. Her death was gruesome and had lots of citizens sympathising with her family and friends. It is believed that she had been in an abusive relationship with Lt. Nigel for a while and allegedly met her death by his … Continue reading WHY STAY IN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPS??
Hello, lovelies. I have compiled six great healthy and lifestyle quotes by great and wise people of old just for you. There is wisdom in their words; and I hope you see them and develop a wonderful healthy lifestyle for yourself. Happy reading and thank for joining me on Mirrors on this wonderful Tuesday. A … Continue reading Healthy lifestyle messages from the “Great”
Bullying is one of the most common expressions of violence among peers in each and every school globally. The act of bullying another is generally defined as premeditated and intentional aggressive acts carried out by a group or an individual repeatedly and over time against a victim who cannot easily defend him or herself. There … Continue reading Bullying; the kill me slowly phenomenon.
It's alright not to be alright, they sayBut the prejudice in the world says something else about the adage.People live in fear of expressing their pain, because someone out there might not understand and rather throw dirt at them.Depressed and stranded, people wither away into graves dug with love yet, they lived without a soul … Continue reading PoeticThursdays: The Art of Toxic Silence.
Adolescence is a period of preparing for adulthood during which most individuals undergo several key developments in their lives. For instance during adolescence, both male and female children undergo physical and sexual maturation, they feel the need of social and economic independence and the acquisition of a skill; and this is also the time they … Continue reading Adolescent pregnancy in Zambia.
And Jesus entered and passed through Jericho.And, behold, there was a man named Zacchaeus, which was the chief among the publicans, and he was rich.And he sought to see Jesus who he was; and could not for the press, because he was little of stature.And he ran before, and climbed up into a sycomore tree … Continue reading Friday Reminders: The good Sycamore Tree.
What happiness it is when you find a home in a soul. The smile that comes when you know you can count on their call. The relief that settles in your heart when you hear their voice, whispering it's going to be okay. What joy it is to find a soul so kind; their words … Continue reading PoeticThursdays: psalm of gratitude.
It is always a pleasure to interact with you on matters concerning a field that is as intriguing as the mind and helping you understand every word that you are reading. This Wednesday we continue looking at the imposter phenomenon. Last time we had the time to look at what imposter syndrome is and how … Continue reading PSYCHOLOGY WITH MUNA: YES, IMPOSTER SYNDROME IS REAL. PT 2
In third world countries like Zambia, it is risky to rely solely on your full time employment in government or private institutions in that the costs of living are highly expensive with little money to cover it up all as a salary. In as little as ZMK5000 or less as minimum pay, you have to … Continue reading 6 questions with young Enterpreneur, Sarah Muyesanji Banda.
In the world where people are busy chasing material things, financial stability, success in all endeavors and prosperity, it is hard to stop and check how you are doing mentally, emotionally and physically. People wake up at 04am to prepare for work which starts at 06am; working tirelessly and only to get back home late … Continue reading Mental health in the workplace.