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  1. My short answer is that you need to do it gradually from pre-teens as they get into teens. Also do it appropriately in a way they can relate and learn. Also, VERY important - a FATHER figure is needed. This does not have to be the biological father if he is not there but a STRONG father figure (maleRead more

    My short answer is that you need to do it gradually from pre-teens as they get into teens. Also do it appropriately in a way they can relate and learn. Also, VERY important – a FATHER figure is needed. This does not have to be the biological father if he is not there but a STRONG father figure (male). Many women make the mistake of thinking that they can play both roles of mother and father – they can not.
    For more if interested check up my YouTube channel where I also share content on ‘Personal Growth & Development’: https://www.youtube.com/@munuku

    Peace.

    RM

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    I consider myself a Philosopher who also happens to be African:-) More about where I work (that is a manifestation of my life philosophy):

    I consider myself a Philosopher who also happens to be African:-)
    More about where I work (that is a manifestation of my life philosophy):

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  3. Sadly tribe and money rule the day here... Kenya is yet to reach that point where service and integrity are greater considerations in choosing leaders. Maybe in 100 years time.

    Sadly tribe and money rule the day here… Kenya is yet to reach that point where service and integrity are greater considerations in choosing leaders. Maybe in 100 years time.

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  4. Very true. We must remember though that no one was born an adult. It is in those formative years as kids where elders/parents/guardians are critical in guiding us to adulthood. The expectations you spoke of and the value of friendship are best instilled early in life. About misunderstanding that's nRead more

    Very true. We must remember though that no one was born an adult. It is in those formative years as kids where elders/parents/guardians are critical in guiding us to adulthood. The expectations you spoke of and the value of friendship are best instilled early in life. About misunderstanding that’s normal in all relationships let alone romantic ones. However, some deal breakers go without saying I.e. abuse, lack of respect, etc.
    If interested in more about that watch my short video “5 signs to walk away from a relationship”: https://youtu.be/gLsl6_rmizk

    At the end of the day, we must remember that our happiness is our responsibility, not our partner’s.

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