Every next level of your life will require a new version of yourself. Old ways of doing things will never bring progress. I have came across an interesting reading which I would love to share with you. Tips to become a better person 1. Challenge yourself Always challenge what you know and do. if you [...]
Human beings complete each others. You may have the next greatest solution to eradicate poverty wherever you are. As for the young generation, you have been given the opportunities to turn any kind of dream into reality. The technology era has brought countless opportunities which are just waiting to be taken. You have the capacity [...]
Problems are part of life cycle. At some point, we have all encounter problems, the ones we create ourselves, the ones they put us in and the ones inherit from previous generations. In order to evolve and move forward, it is important to face your problems and solve them. If you have been avoiding or [...]
February has come, it is this time of the year where love is commercialize. What better than talking about relationships? What importance do you give to your relationships?Take some time to think about it. Humans were not created to live in isolation you surely have any kind of relationships In every relationships, you have a [...]
The month where love is commercialized has finally arrived: February. Relationships has always been part of human beings lives. To be fulfill, people usually tend to believe that they have to find a better half and have the perfect relationship. People are going extra miles to find the perfect match and have the happily ever [...]
It is still August and we are still Unlearning here on Budding Regardless and on today’s episode I collaborated with my super cool mother on What Black Parents Need to Unlearn. If you missed out on the previous episodes of this series you can check them out whenever you get a chance –Episode 1andEpisode 2.
Why did I decide to tackle things specifically ‘black’ parents need to unlearn? Mainly because it is black parents who struggle a lot with letting the past go and letting their children be themselves completely. Black parents seem to find it slightly difficult to understand that their children are living in a totally different era than them and in as much as it was a mission once upon a time, I have finally gotten my mother to understand this and it as made my life so much easier and ‘free’.
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