The subject of today’s Sex Life is a 24-year-old pansexual woman with bipolar disorder and depression. She talks about prefering dry humping, her love for sex leading her to chase orgasms, and the effect of her antidepressants and mood stabilisers on her sex life.
As Nigerian men, talking about our feelings or mental health struggles don’t always come naturally. These Nigerian men have tried therapy, and this is what they had to say.
The subject of today’s What She Said is a 24-year-old woman who talks about studying pharmacy to please her parents, getting withdrawn from school after failing a semester, and finally studying what she wanted.
As Told To Itohan After the HER newsletter went out on Saturday, I got an email back from a woman who wanted to talk to me. She said she lost someone precious to her, and it was all her fault. So, I got her number and we had this conversation on WhatsApp. Names are changed […]
As men, we are under constant and intense pressure to put up a strong front. When we feel overwhelmed, our first instinct is to cover it up or pretend it’s not there. We put up acts to show that we’re strong and this isn’t helped by society telling us at every front to “man up” […]
Her mental health struggles got her kicked out of school
There’s always that one funny friend in the group. There is never a dull moment whenever they are around because they always seem to know the right thing to say and can lighten up every dark moment. If you’re the funny friend, you’ll understand the good side (and the bad side) of being the funny […]
Just continue to pray about it.
We’re not crying, you’re crying!
Mental illness is real and should be addressed NOW!
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