Afro-Carribean Health Summit -19th April -Aberdeen, UK

A warm invitation to all Afro-Carribeans in UK and abroad to attend a health summit – the first of its kind. It will be a great educational event for all attendees. For Healthcare professionals, this will count towards your Continuous Professional Development (CPD). Its Easter weekend so what better time than this to visit lovelyContinue reading “Afro-Carribean Health Summit -19th April -Aberdeen, UK”

Contraception- to ignore it or tackle it…that is the question!

Its one of those issues that confront women at one time of their lives or another. It just wont go away! Atleast not while sex continues 😉 Many ignore it at their peril. Others barely tolerate it as a necessary evil. Where do you stand? Consider my discussion with Amina below (name changed to protectContinue reading “Contraception- to ignore it or tackle it…that is the question!”

A challenge to All Women of Child Bearing Age.

I live in UK so as expected, my findings on abortion in black women are based on UK figures. But this news was a confirmation to me that abortion rates are high among black women even in the US! Consider the news below: “Data from the New York City Department of Health and Mental HygieneContinue reading “A challenge to All Women of Child Bearing Age.”

Part 5: A Survivor of Sexual Abuse – Nina Ndubuisi.

Not all survivors of sexual abuse show their emotions outwardly. On the one hand, some may appear calm and unaffected by the assault; on the other hand, some survivors become hyper-sexual or promiscuous following sexual attacks—sometimes as a way to reassert a measure of control over their sexual relations (I think this is more me).Continue reading “Part 5: A Survivor of Sexual Abuse – Nina Ndubuisi.”

Part 4: A survivor of Sexual Abuse -Nina Ndubuisi.

  The next morning “aunty” came into my room to wake me up to get me ready for school, that night unknowingly I had wet my bed and “aunty” had slapped me round the head for wetting the bed, I went into the bathroom and brushed my teeth, I sat on the toilet to doContinue reading “Part 4: A survivor of Sexual Abuse -Nina Ndubuisi.”

Part 3: A survivor of Sexual Abuse – Nina Ndubuisi.

As we celebrate the International Women’s Day, we want to remember the real heroes, women all over the world who have gone through tough times and yet hold their head high. Women who refused to bow under incredible pressure and instead determined to make something of their lives despite the odds. On this day, weContinue reading “Part 3: A survivor of Sexual Abuse – Nina Ndubuisi.”

Part 2: A survivor of Sexual Abuse – Nina Ndubuisi.

As we celebrate the International Women’s Day, we want to remember the real heroes, women all over the world who have gone through tough times and yet hold their head high. Women who refused to bow under incredible pressure and instead determined to make something of their lives despite the odds. On this day, weContinue reading “Part 2: A survivor of Sexual Abuse – Nina Ndubuisi.”

A survivor of Sexual Abuse – Nina Ndubuisi -Part 1

As we celebrate the International Women’s Day, we want to remember the real heroes, women all over the world who have gone through tough times and yet hold their head high. Women who refused to bow under incredible pressure and instead determined to make something of their lives despite the odds. On this day, weContinue reading “A survivor of Sexual Abuse – Nina Ndubuisi -Part 1”

“Understanding Contraception” is Amazon’s Best-seller in three categories!!!

Have you read ”Understanding Contraception”? Hear what others are saying about the new book ”Understanding Contraception: A guide for Black Ladies” Get informed and have a laugh along the way! ”Understanding Contraception” is Amazon’s Bestseller in three categories!!! WOW!! It is such an interesting, easy read and funny book too. I see this book placed inContinue reading ““Understanding Contraception” is Amazon’s Best-seller in three categories!!!”