Recovering from Sibling Rivalry

Last week, Lady Jane shared with us some of the reasons why siblings fight as children: Parents Favoritisms Parents pointing out that one child is smarter/better than the other child. Parent’s divorce and settle ondivided custody of the children. Lady J. pointed out that these behaviors can result in “long standing hatred between siblings, which…

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Has Every Unmarried Woman Wasted her Time on Earth?

As a people we glorify marriage and motherhood and have now made this the sole purpose of woman on earth. From when a female child is born, she is wished this by her parents: the son of so and so will marry you. Some go as far as accepting dowry for the baby thereby bequeathing…

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Sibling Rivalry

Good evening once again and welcome to today’s meeting. My name is Jane Ndukwe and our topic for discussion is SIBLING RIVALRY. You might be wondering why I chose this topic. In my sleep, I saw two people fighting and one was trying to strangle the other, which made me to wake up forcefully. I…

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PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE

PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE Good afternoon everyone. First I want to thank you for giving me this opportunity to share with you today, my thoughts and experiences on marriage. I am Lady Jane Ndukwe, Founder, Genuine Womanhood Initiative, a social reform group that aims at promoting true humanity where there’s respect and consideration for one another.…

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SAY NO TO RAPE

RAPE CONTINUES TO BE A MAJOR ISSUE IN THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY; WHOSE FAULT IS IT? Good afternoon Listeners, I am Lady Jane Ndukwe, Director, Genuine Womanhood Initiative and presenter of Etiquette Matters on Coal City FM 92.9. I am here to lend my voice to Coal City Fm’s campaign against rape. The theme, RAPE CONTINUES…

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MENTORSHIP

PREAMBLE Good evening organizers of Spectra 2020, 300L class ESUT Pharmacy, distinguished ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for inviting to this meeting. My name is Lady Jane Ndukwe, Director, Genuine Womanhood Initiative, a social reform group using etiquette, character building and education to promote true humanity. Some of you may have heard me on Coal…

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IS FAMILY STILL IMPORTANT IN TODAY’S WORLD?

TOUCHING LIVES My daughter had a discussion with someone who believed that the family does not play a role in child development. She tried in several ways to highlight the importance of the family, which to her greatest dismay, he found difficult to comprehend. When she shared this with me I wanted to wave it…

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SURVIVING EMOTIONAL SCARS

TOUCHING LIVES Katie Kacvinsky  said, ‘But pain is like water. It finds a way to push through any seal. There’s no way to stop it. Sometimes you have to let yourself sink inside of it before you can learn how to swim to the surface.’ The topic on surviving emotional scars can never be complete…

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TALK TO ME

TOUCHING LIVES This is a story of a student teacher’s experience with a pupil during her four weeks teaching practice in a primary school, where she was assigned to grade one. I walked into the classroom, greeted the teacher, Ms. Thornton and the pupils. I proceeded to reading the children a story. As we all…

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