My Mo and I – Tola’s Down Syndrome Story

I am honoured to interview a lady I have a lot of respect for. Tola had read some of the stories of the wonderful mums raising children with additional needs featured on the blog and…

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The Re-education of Aunty Lulu…

When The Tutor becomes the pupil Motherhood sure gives parents a lot of new roles, and if you’ve read my book, you will be familiar – as I’m sure you already were, with some of…

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Health Talk With Adeola – Headaches

        Headaches Headaches are very common, it can be mild in the background and not intrusive or can be severe enough to interfere with daily activities. Many people treat themselves with simple painkillers, drinking extra…

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Crushing Stereotypes to Becoming a Greater You

According to the Cambridge Dictionary, a Stereotype is a set idea that people have about what someone or something is like. It is a general belief formed about a particular group of people on the…

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When Enabling Children Goes too Far

The Ivy League Schools Admission Scandal 2019 Most parents out of love for their kids would do almost anything to ensure their progress in life. But where do you draw the line? It’s appaling to…

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