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How to Forgive Your Abuser and Reclaim the Power

How to Forgive Your Abuser and Reclaim the Power

By in Abuse, Woman's Challenges | 4 comments

One of the most difficult things to do is forgive someone who hurt you and rip your world apart. Especially when their role is to love you, protect you and care for you. Instead, they inflict your body with physical agony. Moreover, penetrate your heart with pain that hooks itself inside the core of your being.   When forgiveness seems impossible A few years...

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How to Protect Your Heart Against Criticism

How to Protect Your Heart Against Criticism

By in Abuse, Relationships | 0 comments

Let’s be real. Nobody enjoys criticism unless you have a heart of stone. And no doubt, you have a heart made from flesh. So, when someone hurls criticism at you like the tides beating the shore, it hurts. It hurts deep in the core of your heart. Remember this, though… It’s impossible to control the critical words flowing from someone’s mouth towards you....

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Inspiring Women to Discover Their Inner Strength

Inspiring Women to Discover Their Inner Strength

By in Inspiration | 3 comments

Pat is passionate about Inspiring women to reach their full potential. Volunteering and helping others have always been part of her life. She worked as a telephone counsellor for many years in her native town, Durban. Driven and always full of energy, Pat devoted her life to teaching and empowering single and divorced women who have been abused or were struggling...

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3 Ways Writing can Heal Toxic Emotional Pain

3 Ways Writing can Heal Toxic Emotional Pain

By in Abuse, Lifestyle, Woman's Challenges | 0 comments

Did you know writing is a powerful healing therapy and can heal toxic emotional pain? In addition, it’s a potent method for releasing inner pain, frustration, anger and  more. I also think of writing as another means of silent communication. You can write what’s bottled up inside but you don’t have to talk to anyone about it. This technique is beneficial if you’ve...

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Online Dating Tips to Keep You Safe

Online Dating Tips to Keep You Safe

By in Lifestyle, Single Life | 2 comments

What’s your views about online dating? Have you met anyone on an online dating site? I must admit, it’s a quick and easy way to meet a potential partner, and start a relationship.The demands of work, family and other life issues leaves little time to meet a partner. The only spare time left for socialising after a hectic week, are the weekends. But,...

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19 Extraordinary Benefits of Rose Water

19 Extraordinary Benefits of Rose Water

By in Health & Beauty | 5 comments

Summer is just around the corner. While winter demanded us to be extra careful about the moisture, summer usually makes the skin super oily. I wonder why can’t it be more friendly? These weather changes, no matter how challenging, are always super exciting for me and are worth paying heed to. I am a lover of experimenting and trying out different remedies. Figuring...

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Valentine’s Day Verses the Single Woman

Valentine’s Day Verses the Single Woman

By in Inspiration, Single Life | 2 comments

Valentine’s Day is nearly here. How do you feel? Let’s face it – you’re probably not liking this time of year. At the end of the day, Valentine’s Day and the single woman are not best friends, right?  It’s all about couples loving up each other. And who do you have to shower love gifts on you? Your mind is probably working...

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8 Fashion Blunders to Avoid

8 Fashion Blunders to Avoid

By in Lifestyle | 2 comments

Sometimes you end up making a number of fashion blunders that could have been avoided. Below is a list of blunders which you can laugh at or keep in mind. Or both at the same time, to avoid in the future.   Showing off too much You must have heard the saying “Anything in excess is poison”. Same applies to your clothes. If you are showing off too much, it...

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How to Avoid Family Frustration This Christmas

How to Avoid Family Frustration This Christmas

By in Christmas | 2 comments

Are you up for some family frustration this Christmas? Or is it a silly question? Maybe so. But consider this… A melting pot of family members with grumpy, miserable, cynical, impatient and hard to please personalities is sharing the same space. Seated around the Christmas table is a mixture of young and old. Your mum cooked up a Christmas feast. She invited family...

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