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  1. This is the realest issue affecting many relationships today. One of the most unattractive trait in anyone is insecurity. Sauti Sol, got me on here! Wish the video showcased many other insecurities along with body and looks.

    This is the realest issue affecting many relationships today. One of the most unattractive trait in anyone is insecurity. Sauti Sol, got me on here! Wish the video showcased many other insecurities along with body and looks.

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  2. I would not have a vasectomy although I’m not against it. I am trying to picture sex without the ejaculation and the sensation of sperm leaving my body and it does not seem real at all. Even if this is reversible and is a better option when taking part in the family planning burden, I think we needRead more

    I would not have a vasectomy although I’m not against it. I am trying to picture sex without the ejaculation and the sensation of sperm leaving my body and it does not seem real at all.

    Even if this is reversible and is a better option when taking part in the family planning burden, I think we need to do better. It is a good idea but let’s come up with alternatives that men can happily embrace instead of forcing one solution into our life.

    As a man, I also want a family planning solution that I can easily take like p2 or the coil or patches etc. Trust me, the fear of having a kid when you aren’t ready or getting a disease is there but we just don’t have a desired solution.

    Let’s get back to the drawing board instead of bashing men.

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  3. I read an article by Huff Post that talked about how suffering and struggle are emotional addictions as strong as addictions to alcohol, nicotine and drugs. The only difference is that emotional addictions are created by our internal emotional states rather than external substances introduced to theRead more

    I read an article by Huff Post that talked about how suffering and struggle are emotional addictions as strong as addictions to alcohol, nicotine and drugs. The only difference is that emotional addictions are created by our internal emotional states rather than external substances introduced to the body.

    So if you notice a pattern in your life of struggle and suffering from one issue to another with little respite in between there’s a great chance you have an emotional addiction.

    Every emotion, either positive or negative, is a blend of chemicals (neurotransmitters and hormones) that our brain instantly produces in response to thoughts. This cocktail circulates throughout the body producing corresponding sensations that are felt at both the psychological and physical levels. The chemistry of emotion is very addictive, if repeated frequently over a long period of time.

    There is nothing wrong with feeling negative emotions such as frustration, anger, impatience, judgment, anxiety or even getting depressed once in a while. We are humans after all, and these emotions are part of the human experience, enriching it and teaching us something about ourselves and others. The key here is to process them quickly to remove their chemistry from the body, before they become a craving-driven habit.

    The rehab process is very simple and yet hard to follow as it requires consistency over time (which is a weak spot for many of us). You can read about it here:

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/are-you-addicted-to-suffe_b_9744416

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  4. Are blind people directly or indirectly tackling blindness in Africa?

    Are blind people directly or indirectly tackling blindness in Africa?

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  5. Black women are beautiful but they are also the ones affected the most by colorism. Men on the other hand are on the lead when it comes to “Yello Yello” preference. If only we knew how many white people would die to be black, we would love our melanin more that we do now.

    Black women are beautiful but they are also the ones affected the most by colorism. Men on the other hand are on the lead when it comes to “Yello Yello” preference. If only we knew how many white people would die to be black, we would love our melanin more that we do now.

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