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“Crying isn’t a sign of weakness. It’s a sign of having tried too hard to be strong for too long”


Hello everyone! Hope the week is treating you well?

Blogging for me has never just been about fashion and style. Unfortunately, have been struggling to add other niche to my blog without confusing my audience.  I realized there’s no perfect way to go about it.  For you all to get to know me better have decided to add this page where i blog about life experiences, relationships, stories and inspirational posts. Don’t worry it will definitely come with style posts as usual. COOL? Please let me know.

I can’t help but notice how improved my make-up skills have been in the past years, and no i wasn’t taught how to make-up. lolz!

NOW! There’s no doubt i am the reincarnation of my grandmother. She was a loving woman and i was so fond of her when she was still alive. My mum tells me she loved me the most and also pampered me in a way that no one ever makes me cry or dared to try, she would beat my oppressor with rebuke.

Little things get me teared up this day and i wonder maybe because my grandmother didn’t allow me cry much when i was a child. Little things like watching a romantic scene in a movie, seeing a beggar on the road, seeing a disadvantage person pass by and lots others. I feel its pretty normal. Sometimes, i am crying not just over something i just saw or felt but everything that has happened since the last time that i cried. Crying to me is not immature as people would think, the context needs to be appreciated and the nature of conflict needs to be explained. Crying to me is a normal response to feeling of grief, stress, sadness, loneliness and care as in my case and isn’t something anyone should be ashamed of or guilty about, nor is it a reaction to which the other party should be blamed.

I for one, expects people to be able to control their emotions, but, sometimes an exception should be made.

Crying is triggered by a heightened emotional state and sometimes it is so difficult to manage for even the most emotionally intelligent person. I am not talking about the “crocodile tears”.

We need to respect facts that crying is natural, helpful, healing, cathartic and a form of communication, and as such it should be allowed no matter the scene, situation, time or place.

Do you see yourself crying at little things? Do you know someone who cries a lot? Drop your comment on the box bellow.

Until next time…AM LEE.




HELLO LOVELIES! My name is Lydia Ekeng and I am a Nigerian. I am a scientist, a seamstress and a lover of fashion. I am inspired by myself( when I say myself I mean my passion for fashion) and everything I see around me. I love to dress up and I am here to show us how to look stylish with what is already in our closet and what we can afford. STAY WITH ME... LOVE YOU.


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