So when I heard this story it struck me that we rarely hear the voice of the bereaved Husband but the stories of bereaved Wives have been well documented. It’s heartbreaking how he has to go through the loss of the woman he loved with added antagonism from her family. Please read Chibuikes story (real name withheld ). Continue reading “A Rush Of Blood To Her Head”
So November is here and right on cue Igbo men around the world are triggered because “Onwa December e rugo“.
This basically means in plain English that the month of December is here again.
A lot of us think depression is constant crying or a perpetual feeling of sadness or even a constant state of dressing in black. It’s numbness , a constant hollow feeling and the crazy thing is that nobody ever tells you that this emptiness weighs the most.
Ever heard of ‘WIFEY OLYMPICS’? B, OG and the guest of the week Terver discuss this and explain the symptoms and it’s physical manifestations! Join the conversation using #utmtpodcast, like, comment and share with friends!!!
Sunday evening and I’m scrolling through my twitter feed as usual. Weather was as hot as hell and I needed a distraction from the heat.
Next thing, I see one of my followers tweeting about a suicide occurring right in front of her.I dwell on her tweet for a few seconds and keep it moving.
I’m the typical Daddy’s Girl….
Which one are you?!
How many of us can boast of a beautiful forever after mother-daughter or father-daughter relationship? For me growing up was a sweet and sour experience. As a girl that grew up with her dad, I had the best years ever as the “spoilt little daddy’s girl“. We had and still have the best relationship, he was and is still the total package of “famother”. I may have outgrown his laps but definitely not his heart, he loves, adores, and is always there to hug me; I got the hugging bug from him, I can hug the entire universe.