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7 Lessons Every Woman Can Learn From Michelle Obama

Kafayat Olawale Former first lady of the United States Of America , Michelle Obama continues to enjoy the goodwill of men and women worldwide. This article highlights 7 lessons and strengths of the former first lady that has sustained her

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10 Ways to Improve Your Body Confidence While Losing Baby Weight

Adesua Iyoyojie Many of us believe that weight loss is the answer to many of our problems. We think that when we lose weight we’ll not just feel more confident, but we’ll improve our marriages, be more successful, have more

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15 Keys to Boost Your Child’s Self-Confidence (Part Two)

Adesua Iyoyojie A positive sense of self is one of the greatest gifts you can give your child. In Part One of this topic, we discussed ways to help your child increase their self confidence. Children with high self-esteem feel loved

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15 Keys to Boost Your Child’s Self-Confidence (Part One)

Adesua Iyoyojie My son had a problem interacting with other kids. He said because they were better than him. It affected him academically, to this extent his grades were falling. His self-confidence was at an all time low. Upon investigation

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WATCH: Ayo Fayose’s Sister, Mo Spills on Insecurities About Her Breasts After Having Kids| Advises Women

Mo Fayose aka Abefe Ibadiaran, younger sister of Ekiti State governor, Ayo Fayose, had a video session on her Facebook page yesterday where she spoke about insecurities most women suffer after having kids. According to her, after she had her

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Dear MIMsters: How I Nipped my Abusive Relationship in the Bud

I want to share my story about an abusive relationship I found myself in. I was dating this guy for some months and he was OK until the day he raised his voice at me in public. I told him it should

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5 Reasons To Encourage Your Child

A child who is regularly encouraged to read, write, learn new things or activities, do sports, eat well, behave well and be sociable, or to do anything whatsoever stands a greater chance of becoming more successful, more independent, having a

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