Self-love is the love of self or having regards for your own happiness. It is the belief you hold that you are a valuable and worthy person. It makes you to be realistic and honest about your strengths and weaknesses. Self-love is not vanity, it is not selfishness rather self-love is the greatest love of all because you can’t give out what you have not. To genuinely love another you first need to love yourself, self-love mean more of caring about yourself and taking responsibility of yourself because if you don’t take care of yourself who will? Self-love has nothing to do with pride, arrogance or egocentrism. Someone who practices self-love will not: – Smoke once he learn that smoking is harmful to his health – Commit suicide nor even consider the thought of harming himself – Sleep with every Tom, Dick or Harry that comes his way because such will be harmful to his relationship – Cheat people because it is going to kill your self-image When you really love yourself you will not need a gospel preacher to tell you to do what’s right because all you will desire is to do what will promote your good self […]


Anger is a feeling, a strong unhappy feeling of being treated unfairly. It is an uncomfortable feeling where by one can be unable to relax. Anger being a feeling can be controlled, you can choose to control your feeling or allow your feeling control you. The way someone responds to anger is all about the person’s mindset, the person’s environment and the person’s sense of reasoning in respect to maturity and level of exposure. It takes maturity for a husband to understand that when his wife calls him an idiot that the wife is equally calling herself an idiot for marrying an idiot because is only an idiot that will get married to an idiot. It also takes a higher level of exposure to understand that the illiterate bus conductor who calls you Ode for not alighting fast from his bus did so because he has been eaten up by frustration, so turning back to give him back his dose only denote that you down grade yourself to his level of frustration or you step up to a higher level of maturity and move on as the name calling Ode did not add nor remove any value from your personality. […]


  Temperament is the combination of traits one inherited from one’s parents. Some said it can be found in the mind or emotional center. There are basically four types of temperaments- though there can be other types which are called brands of temperament and they are gotten from the combination of one or more of the major four, there are twelve brands of temperaments but it will be enlisted on the next article. No single individual is fully characterized by just one of the temperament, an individual can possess two or more of the temperament depending on the family background, environment or level of education and association. Below in enlisted the major four, their strengths and weaknesses. SANGUINE– Mr. sanguine is a super extrovert, outgoing, responsive, warm and friendly, talkative, enthusiastic, compassionate, he knows how to make everyone around him feel important. One major characteristics of this man is that his mouth enters a room or a compound before his body, before you see him he has seen you, he can easily be noticed or recognized, before you introduce him he has already introduced himself. Weakness– lacks discipline, emotionally unstable, unproductive, egocentric, and so hyperbolic or exaggerates too much. Choleric– […]