JaneMichael Ekanem: ‘I don’t think anyone should just associate mental illness with spiritual causes.’

JaneMichael Ekanem has distinguished herself as one of Nigeria’s most in-demand fashion expert and creative, with a company that includes the JaneMichael Brand. a fashion enterprise and the JaneMichael Foundation, a recently established not-for-profit organization.

In the year 2020, at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. JaneMichael suffered a mental breakdown. An incident that cost her friends, family, her sense of self, and everything she valued In our conversation with Her. JaneMichael discusses rebuilding her life, her healing journey, and her future plans. Despite all she’s been through, JaneMichael has refused to remain in the shadows of her experience knowing that the world needs more of her light.

#Ride4Autism: Shades of Life Foundation & Cyclotron Advocate for Autism Awareness in Nigeria

As part of its commitment to improving the quality of life of Nigerian families with autistic children, Shades of Life Care Limited, a leading provider of Autism intervention services in Nigeria, partnered with Cyclotron Cycling Development Initiative (Cyclotron) and Shades of Life Care Foundation for an event tagged #Ride4Autism, which took place on Saturday, April 15th, 2023, to commemorate World Autism Awareness Month.

Breaking the Cycle of Self-Doubt: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome in the Workplace

Imposter Syndrome is a common phenomenon that affects individuals from all walks of life, but it is particularly prevalent among women in the workplace. Women are more likely than men to experience feelings of self-doubt and insecurity, which can hold them back from pursuing their goals and achieving their full potential. According to a survey conducted by KPMG, 75% of female executives have experienced imposter syndrome at some point in their careers, compared to 58% of male executives.

A Review of Nikki May’s ‘Wahala’ | Why it is critical to discuss problems with close friends before they escalate.

The book “Wahala,” which means “trouble” in the Nigerian Yoruba language of Nigeria, is an intriguing and enjoyable read that is, in fact, packed with trouble. The narrative explores the highs and lows of a friendship between three mixed-race women who all reside in the United Kingdom and share a variety of experiences in life.