About

This is a blog specifically set out to answer  young Ugandan people’s social questions including interpersonal relationships, culture, trends, and the ever-growing threats of drugs and violence in our land. It is an open-minded blog that will discuss every topic from leadership to marriage.

The author of this blog is a Christian and draws most if not all her knowledge and understanding from the Bible and from God. She is a Psychology major who believes that this is an avenue for change in a country where fast development is also leading to a fast changing culture that absorbs everything good and bad with no reservations.

The categories discussed here include but are not limited to:

  1. Abuse & Addiction
  2. Anxiety
  3. Mental & Emotional Health Issues
  4. Family & Relationships (Parenting, Childhood,
  5. Job & Career
  6. Stress & Trauma
  7. Eating Disorders
  8. Diet & Nutrition
  9. Spirituality

Please feel free to leave a question on the Questions Page. Don’t forget to state your age and place of domicile and be as detailed as you can. Or e-mail the author at simplicitystreetblog@gmail.com with your questions.

Your identity, if you would like for your identity to remain unknown, please say so. This blog takes questions from all people of all ages so please keep it clean and decent at all times.

Shalom!

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey, great idea this.. This is something that has been nagging at me for some time now…. Why do high school and university students(both sexes) (in Uganda)always seem to fear unplanned for pregnancies instead of Aids? Aids is a secondary issue when they find out they have impregnanted someone or are pregnant… it really bothers me that with all the publicity and openness about Aids, this generation stilll dont fear for their lives…

  2. Hey, great idea this.. This is something that has been nagging at me for some time now…. Why do high school and university students(both sexes) (in Uganda)always seem to fear unplanned for pregnancies instead of Aids? Aids is a secondary issue when they find out they have impregnanted someone or are pregnant… it really bothers me that with all the publicity and openness about Aids, this generation still dont fear for their lives…

    • Thanks for passing by bEsilent… there is a subscribe to this blog option as well so we can do the stalking for you šŸ™‚ Pass the word round and send your friends in for a visit. ShaloM!

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