LOOKING for a “better half” consumes a large chunk of many a single person’s time. Many find themselves jumping in and out of relationships, forever on a quest to find a sense of identity and true love, only to be left disappointed once again.
CELEBRATING a post-baby lifestyle, Bahamian entrepreneur Keiani Worrell is using her personal experience as a mother to inspire others.
AS THE scourge of domestic violence spreads and invades our everyday lives, we are not surprised by the new victims, nor are we surprised by the perpetrators.
EVER since she finished college, Chef Alexis Pinder has spent her time exploring new ideas and channelling them into her love for the culinary arts.
WHEN a woman loses sight of her dreams and gets caught up in the ambitions of the man she is with, she is loving too much. When a woman keeps hoping a man will change, even though she knows deep down this transformation will never take place, she is loving too much. When a woman plans her entire existence around the man she is with, she is loving too much. And when a woman holds onto a relationship that is broken and cannot be revived, she is loving too much.
THE key to living the life that you love is developing habits that build your capacity to manage yourself in a changing world.
IN THE Bahamas today you can buy anything you want, from an Uzi to a baby.
GRAND Bahama native Glennett McKinney’s life began spiralling out of control when her marriage ended abruptly. She became a single mother over night and later discovered she had cancer.
The CHAMPS (Chosen, Honoured, Appointed, Motivated, Positive Sisters) organisation recently held a successful book drive event at the Mall at Marathon.
By DR IAN BETHEL BENNET
By MICHELL MILLER
WOMEN are mothers, nurturers, the providers of emotional support. But in trying to tend to the needs of everyone around them, they sometimes forget their own needs.
On August 22, Erin Greene, director of advocacy at SASH Bahamas, a local non-governmental organisation met with US Chargé d’Affaires Lisa Johnson to discuss her recent participation in a US State Department sponsored professional exchange programme “Human Rights for All.”
SUCH insightful statements descend from the House of Assembly! According to parliamentarians, women will sell their citizenship. So, how do the women in Parliament feel about being Jezebels who know no control over their minds or their bodies?
WHAT connects 14 very different Bahamian women from various walks of life is that they have each made a significant impact on society, that they all have a heart for charity and they are participating in a unique fashion fundraiser next month.