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Weight-lifting rescued me from alcoholism
By Lucy Maroncha - 3 months ago


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I made a promise to myself after losing my son: Christine Mutola
By Lucy Maroncha - 1 year ago


Several times, I have toyed with the idea of starting a children's home where I would take this child
My sister’s episode came sharply to my mind and I exclaimed, “I refuse to die like my sister!”
Was I indeed too harsh on them or did I discriminate against them in favour of their brothers?
We have never fought over anything over the years. Though people may call us insane, from my intellectual eye, I notice even the elders who stood to condemn us admire our relationship.
The doctor delivered the news so nonchalantly like he didn’t understand the anguish I had already gone through
Don’t judge me just yet; you can never understand the slavery drugs gets someone into unless you have been there yourself. My entry into drug-abuse was gradual: I started sniffing glue when I was a girl. I am the fifth born among nine siblings and we all grew up in Kawangware slums. I loathed school although, at the back of my mind, I always thought I would be a teacher one day.