MAHEEDA FEARS FOR HER DAUGHTER’S SAFETY

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This is quite interesting, coming from Maheeda.
Please, you guys should not tell me that you don’t know Maheeda, ?ex-prostitute turned gospel singer! I query the ‘ex-ness’ of the prostitution because she still acts like one.

She’s a fine girl no doubt about it and she wastes no time in flaunting it.

Back to the matter about her being afraid for her daughter…she fears that her dear child may be molested by men of this world. She fears the consequence of her actions may affect her daughter… Before??!

Mscheew! How come she didn’t think about it, or did she miss that part in the bible that talks about ‘the sins of the fathers’? The poor girl will need to work extra hard not to be seen that way or better still dissociate herself from her mother.
If Maheeda is proud of what she’s doing, why is she scared of passing the torch to her daughter? She should have spent more time developing her self-esteem, so that it will run off on her daughter. Now she is afraid…leave story for the gods.

The sad thing is that, she has involved her daughter in the matter by posting her pictures online, now we know the girl. If only she had kept her away from the rubbish she’s been doing. Unfortunately, as the girl gets older and needs a job, when men see her, they will see Maheeda…sad but true.

TORI SPELLING PLANS FOR MORE PLASTIC SURGERY!

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott in 2011

Photo Image: US Magazine

According to US Magazine, Tori Spelling is having self-esteem and confidence issues after her husband, Dean McDermott cheated on her. Therefore she has decided to do some plastic surgeries to boost her spirit.

Well, from where I come from, the day you let your whole life revolve only around your husband, then that’s the beginning of the end of your life!

That’s why I’ll never get tired of telling women to GET A LIFE!

YOU NEED A NEW IMAGE, NOT A NEW SPOUSE!

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Image credit: PsychCentral

Is your marriage becoming boring? Do you feel like your husband may have another ‘love interest’ somewhere else? Do you feel like you do not exist in your husband’s eyes? Do you sense that your marriage may be breaking down? Do you think it’s time to move on?!

So if you are thinking of a separation or a divorce, clear those thoughts! Trust me, the problem may not necessarily be your marriage or your husband (cut the man some slacks). The problem is YOU.

Surprised? I think it’s time for you to change your image (an image of an ageing boring nag). You may be the reason why your marriage be boring. You may be the reason why your husband still works late at night in the so called ‘office’. You may be the reason he finds it hard to pay you a compliment.

YOU ARE DOWNRIGHT BORING. YOU LACK SELF-ESTEEM. YOU LACK CONFIDENCE. YOU DON’T HAVE FRIENDS OR GOOD ONES AT THAT…IN SHORT, MY LOVE, YOU DON’T HAVE A LIFE!

So, instead of hating your husband and your marriage, give a shot at yourself first…I know you can do it! Allow me to give you tips:

1. If you are coming from a bad situation or you think you are still in a bad situation which you can’t possibly change, visit a PSYCHOLOGIST not a PSYCHIATRIST…he or she will help you understand you better.

2. Change your wardrobe…do sexy but not trashy! Please leave your church out of this!

3. You may want to change your ‘friends’…sieve the good from the bad and the ugly! Trust me…it’s all part of the cleaning up. You do not need negative people in your life.

4. Enrol in a course that will increase your financial state…lack of money can cause MAJOR DEPRESSION…I’ve been there. *wink*

5. Don’t kill yourself in housework…do the one your body can manage and leave the rest for whoever is bothered! Mscheew!

6. Start telling yourself positive things. No one will do that for you.

7. Do something crazy that you’ve always wanted to do and probably haunts you like crazy! *wink*

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Photo credit: Pick the Brain

THINGS KIDS SAY TO THEIR PARENTS

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Kids these days are very vocal. Sometimes, you wonder as a parent where they got that from.

A lot of parents are quick to shut them up without actually allowing them to express themselves. I don’t agree that kids should be allowed to go scot-free when they say rude things but we should allow them to finish expressing themselves, then you can use that opportunity to correct and teach them the right things.

Kids are very expressive and innocent beings and so they say it as they feel it or see it. As a parent, don’t be ‘all knowing’ and try and learn from what they say at times.

WHEN YOU ALLOW YOUR KIDS EXPRESS THEMSELVES, YOU HELP DEVELOP THEIR SELF-ESTEEM AND CONFIDENCE.