Discussing topical issues for women in cross-cultural and inter-continental relationships

Posts from the ‘My daughter said…’ category

That f’ word

My daughter has a friend across the road who has a bit of a different upbringing – more lackadaisical in terms of discipline (non-existent may be…

Dressing Up

So in Ghana it is most common for people to buy cloth and have clothing made.  The fabrics are more cultural, interesting, vibrant and the cotton…

The Rants of a Ghanaian!

The "Rants" expressed are my own, and generally unpopular with others.


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EC Ideas

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Toni Tapp Coutts

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Ms. Ladybug and her Layers

Seeking the new me.

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Vulnerability is the new strength

In the Sisterhood

Here, there, everywhere

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Untangling the Tangles

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