Author: Njeri Maina

Facing family gaslighting during the festive season

Reading Time: 3 minutes The holidays are arguably one of the most high-risk times when chronic forms of family gaslighting can occur. Throughout the […]

Discover your happiness formula

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is happiness? Why are we always looking for happiness? Why are there so many films and books dedicated to […]

Urban refugees narrate their battle with mental health issues

Reading Time: 5 minutes “There is comfort that comes in knowing where home is, and who home is,” Camilla the Poet says. Those words, […]

Love is still love by any other name

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hugs. Calls. Silence. These are seemingly conflicting words that somehow express love. Physical touch or even lack thereof can be […]

Kiss that girl, but don’t keep your hopes high

Reading Time: 2 minutes If you have ever thought of dating a girl, and you are a girl, this is the big sign you […]

Child emotional abuse harmful

Reading Time: 4 minutes Many adults in Kenya argue that they grew in abusive households, yet their parents do not want to acknowledge this. […]

Is it time to rethink abortion?

Reading Time: 2 minutes I started writing this after I saw the raging debate in the West about whether a woman should have agency […]

Why women must divorce sex from sentiment

Reading Time: 2 minutes Women are socialised to view sex appeal as the main goal of being a grown-up. You will often find teens […]