How to Thrive in a Multicultural Relationship

The story of our meeting is as nothing either one of us would have envisioned as children, even young adults. I won’t bore you with insignificant details at this time, but at the core of our relationship stands two individuals from completely different backgrounds. I am Guyanese and Segun, Nigerian. I know, two individuals fromContinue reading “How to Thrive in a Multicultural Relationship”

Marriage In The Black Community

I was scrolling through my phone and paused for a moment when I saw a beautiful picture of my parents. For their last wedding anniversary, I organized a photo shoot with a local photographer. The essence of these photos highlighted a lifetime of love, but more so, a lifetime of challenges, trials, victories, failures, argument,Continue reading “Marriage In The Black Community”

Is It OK To Hide Your Past?

Thats it, my friends. My desire for this week’s blog posts are questions based. I have been thinking of general things about life. One of the questions I have wondered is this- Should we hide our past? Often we are proud to share our happiness and victories, but for some reason, we hesitate to shareContinue reading “Is It OK To Hide Your Past?”

The Religion of Love..

For God so love the world, He gave us His only begotten son, that whosoever believes in him shall not perish, but have everlasting life- John 3:16 From a young age, I learnt that the ultimate love, is the love shown by God. It was the act of sacrifice that reinforced the depth of HisContinue reading “The Religion of Love..”

Love, Really?- The Science of Love

You’re walking through the grocery store aisle and walk past a handsome young man, immediately you are drawn to him. Your eyes interlock and BAM, you’re in love (HAHA). That’s how quickly it happens. Well, my friends, there is much more to love than cross the eyes. The idea of love has been sensationalized. OftenContinue reading “Love, Really?- The Science of Love”