Scarred

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Tears roll down her cheeks as she wished in her little mind that she could help in this situation. She was scared and all she has is just the tears rolling down her cheeks. She has been pleading but he is too busy to hear her tiny voice. She wishes that it was just a nightmare.She can’t believe that the man she calls Daddy is hitting the woman who has always been by her side and told her jokes after school. He is beating her Mommy. She is struggling for her life on the floor as he holds her thro...


It's just a color!

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Age three to six is a very critical stage in the life of a child which also signifies their early childhood or pre-school years. This is a very important time for them because they are so curious about things around them. Their brains are developing rapidly and myelination is taking place. At this stage, they are so agile and learn information fast. They also tend to copy adults even without knowing the meaning of what they are saying or doing. This is why it is important to be careful what we t...


A Battle with my Mind

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Being fit seems to be the new cool. Everyone wants to be fit, which is good if not for anything other reason than to be healthy. We all love those abs and so most people take their time to go to the gym rooms. Snaps and Instagram stories are filled with people sweating it out in the gym regardless of gender which is amazing. They are being admired and encouraged to some extent depending on the gender.I love seeing people who work out and I feel amazed, especially when I see those who lift weight...


African Americans Should Not Be Blamed

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We live in a world where, like robots we have been trained to practice hate, discrimination, and stereotype people. It is either stereotyping or discrimination against a particular gender, or religion, sexual preferences, or race. If all these were to be settled, we would probably still find something to hate each other about, maybe height or fingers.I am from Nigeria in West Africa, where we don’t have racial issues or racial discrimination. While I was growing up we were taught to believe that...


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