We also delve in to treatment for mental illnesses and we try to find the answer to the questions “Ok, so I’ve been diagnosed, what now?” and “Does therapy really work?”
We talk about her favorite things about being a mom and some of the real challenges about being a mom that, perhaps, we as societies, don’t talk about enough. I hope you find this informative.
With that said, in this video I’m talking about love (as I always do) but I’m giving a little insight as to why I speak about it so much, with such great urgency and with so much conviction. I also share a little bit about the loved ones I’ve lost, whose lives and actions made me more convicted in my stance and perspective.
This is a conversation I had with Dr. Alex Ilunga. In it, I ask him a few questions about different personality traits, personality disorders, and mental health in general, from a medical doctor’s point of view.
In this conversation, the owners of Tololi (a Namibian Online Store) and Shiwa | The Baker, Fillemon Nangolo and Shiwomeho Kalla, respectively, talk to me about the hurdles and victories of entrepreneurship in Namibia. It’s great motivation if you’re on the fence about taking tat leap!
Perhaps, in a subconscious act of protest against myself and my social conditioning, I have chosen to not see my hair as something I struggle with. Perhaps I have decided to reject the narrative that maintaining my afro is an unnecessary form of self-punishment. Perhaps it’s just my hair. It’s not difficult; it just is… and I love it.
I’ve quickly come to realize that my favourite thing about these interviews is the fact that I get to introduce the people who impact my life, with you all. It’s starting to feel a little like I’m sharing the gifts (these amazing people) that God has given me, with the rest of the world.
This is a conversation with my brother, Nangolo Ashipala where we talk about the lessons, we’ve learned about managing our personal finances, what works for us and what, from our experiences, we would pass on to the next person.
This is a conversation, my friend Naphtali Chipasha and I discuss fatherhood and what it’s like to be a father in Namibia. This conversation stems from a letter I wrote to the newspaper a few years ago. Here is the link to the article on my blog https://ndapewoshaliwrites.com/2016/01/18/are-you-a-father/ You can learn more about the Fatherhood…
Applaud A Fish for Swimming – The importance of giving positive feedback and constructive criticism. Here is the link to the article on my blog https://ndapewoshaliwrites.com/2020/0… I hope you enjoy it. You can watch the video here Please subscribe and turn on your notifications. Also, please follow my blog http://www.ndapewoshaliwrites.com and on Instagram and Twitter…