We are a registered Foundation in Kenya our goal is to create safe spaces for youth and women and link them to services.
We have created this platform to talk about Mental Health, Sexual Reproductive Health, Life Skills, Relationships [Dating, Courtship, Love, Marriage, Parenting, Separation, Break Ups, Baby-mama/Daddy, The Chase and all matters of the heart].
We also do forums; offer Life Skills Training, Life Coaching and Psychological Counseling services.
I hold the opinion that women are a complex species and are faced with challenges and issues that may normally not appear as such. So I have done my own analysis and realized that, every women in a certain point in life will struggle with these items. They are not all life threatening but,
‘The only thing I wantfrom my husband is his love. I don’t
care about his money or even the fridge that is full of food in the house,’
wept a woman to her friends. I was seated with them on the same table at a
“Ken doesn’t care or even have time for me; he never notices me or
even consults me in anything. Like the other day he just walked in with a brand
new green carpet. Who buys a green carpet in a house that the walls are painted
blue and the sofas are red which he also bought
Relationships take work
to flourish. The excitement is highest at the beginning and often wilts out.
Preserving the spark after the honeymoon period may require deliberate effort. Here are three things to
avoid, to save your relationship from an early death: 1)Poor Communication Communication not only
covers what you feel or what you need but also, your relationship expectations. When you get into a
relationship, express your intentions and expectations to avoid disappointment
if not met. Practice a culture of