My Parents (Audio Blog)

Hey everyone, I’m a bit low on “mood” (which you will hear), but I’ll let the audio to the talking. Link to original post: My Parents

Berry – The Future Black Parents

Make sure to follow the Berry Instagram Page for upcoming posts.   https://www.instagram.com/berry.dates/ I’ve talked about this in some sort of way in my “African Parents &…” (read them here: African Parents & Reputation, African Parents & Comparison, African Parents & Entitlement, African Parents & Communication). But now I want to talk about us, the future generation. I was…

African Parents & Communication

Decided to pick this back up for my new post, and who knows how many of these I will do because there are so many elements to African Parents. But as the title suggests, today I will be talking about African Parents & Communication. I think every single African child (or most) can relate to…

Day 32 – What Things Have You Learned From Your Parents

Weeeeelllllllll…if anything, I’ve learned what not to do. The basic stuff like feeding and clothing is a default action, so it shouldn’t be something to learn, it’s a given. But all the other important stuff, I can honestly say there is not one thing I can take from my parents and say “You know I…

African Parents & Entitlement

This is more so for ethnic parents, but I just wanted to stick with the theme of this series lol. Jokes aside though, this subject is kind of touchy, so I’m going to try and word everything carefully, and hopefully, I don’t come off as a prick! But seriously though. African parents will be the…

African Parents & Comparison

I didn’t expect to be writing the second part so soon, but this one here is one of the most annoying ones out of all of them because COMPARISON IS NOT MOTIVATION! From as early as I can remember this has been the norm for me. “X Y Z is doing this” “Look at what…

African Parents & Reputation

I’ve been wanting to write about this for honestly God knows how long, but better late than never isn’t it. I was initially going to talk about this subject as a whole, but honestly, this post would have been way too long with too many emotional turns. No one wants to read a uni dissertation…

My Parents

(I had to change and delete some things from this post from the time I actually wrote it [it’s been on draft for a while] because I’m not as “in the same state of mind” as I was when I wrote it then). The thing that “inspired” me to write this post was my Mum…