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

Posts tagged ‘sister’

Horizontal Sisterhood – revisited

Here is a post I wrote last June. I am reposting because I am going to be commenting on this situation and what happened since. It’s…


Polygamy in the family – Part 2

Looking at the stats of this site I have seen that my post on polygamy, here, has been one of the most popular. It seems it’s…


Toni on Sisterhood

I have known Toni through NT Arts circles for about 8 years.  We’ve never socialised particularly but have worked together on various Arts projects and with…


Sizeable comments from loved ones

I was pregnant and gave birth to my daughter in Ghana.  I lived in the traditional family house.  It looks like this.I spent my days lying…


Mizy on Sisterhood

Mizy and I met upon my return to Australia from Ghana in 2010.  After getting to know her I was in awe of her strength as…


My wife, Atia, where are you?

I have a friend in Sydney whom I met upon my return from Ghana through a Solomon Islander friend I met at Centrelink whilst contemplating when…



Ayine is my sister. She’s married to a brother of my husband.  A few years ago we didn’t talk much but on my most recent stay…

The Rants of a Ghanaian!

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


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