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  1. My Story: I went through menopause at 27

    Carolyne Nyambura Ng’ang’ a, 34, quit her job to help women deal with menopause.

  2. The joys and lows of motherhood during pandemic

    To all mothers out there, just breathe.

  3. Losing mum, finding myself

    Lizzy Ogot, 20, writes about how she found herself after losing the most important person in her life

  4. Raising modern teenagers is no walk in the park for parents

    Parents no longer have the time nor the skills to prepare their teenage children for life as an adult.

  5. Legal Aid: My university deregistered me

    It took me 17 years to complete my Master's degree.

  6. Legal Aid: Are WhatsApp summons valid in court?

    A party can be served with suit papers through several means.

  7. Legal Aid: I want to adopt a child who lives with me

    While it is advantageous you stay with child, the law may seek to determine your other capacities to protect the child from likely harm.

  8. ‘I’m a chronic depression survivor’

    “I was struggling at school, and had esteem issues since my mum kept comparing me to my cousin which made me feel unwanted,” Faith recalls.

  9. Legal Aid: I lost my birth certificate; now I might lose my scholarship

    Your situation presents several issues to be canvassed, but not all are legal in nature.

  10. How to be a house husband

    The new position weighed heavily on me. According to my culture, it’s the man who leaves for work in the morning.

  11. Virus travel bans separate families even as lockdowns ease

    "I talked to her helpers, and one of them said 'I think she's holding on, to see you one more time.' That was hard to hear."

  12. Legal Aid: Help me get my daughter back

    The law is clear. A child has the right to enjoy protection and parental care from both parents, notwithstanding their marital status.

  13. Mum stories: My mother and I started off as strangers

    'When I told her my story, she decided to help me.'

  14. Daddy Diaries: Community Parenting

    We love our children so much that we see enemies in those who point out faults in them