Many people have sought for peace from wrong places such as, under waters, soccerers, witch doctors, false prophets and so many people have ended up stressed and disappointed.
But i have a word of encouragement for you;God is love and his mercies endures for ever. God knows all your well abouts and heis waiting for a place in your heart to help you out of those problems you are facing.
Give God a try and you will see what will happen to your life.
GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO WAIT AND BETTER THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO PERSIST
I love you but God loves you most
- Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, It is the only thing that has ever happened.
- Just because something is easy to measure doesn't mean it's important.
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< Life Skills Development | Unit Two Jump to: navigation, search  Introduction
This unit will cover the content of Human Sexuality and Sexual Health. This topic is more than just sex and having sex; it is part of the physical, psychological and social makeup of an individual. Sexuality is about the person you feel you are as a man or a woman, about your sexual orientation and identity. Human sexuality is a function of one’s whole personality that is life long, beginning from birth. It includes how one feels about oneself as a person; how one feels about being a man or a woman, and how one gets along with members of either gender. Sexuality also includes genital and reproductive health, such as intercourse and child bearing. It is the way one thinks, feels and behaves (UNAIDS, 2004). Human Sexuality and Sexual Health, therefore, is the area dealing with information leading to the building of attitudes, beliefs and values about such topics as identity, body image and gender role, sexual development, reproductive health relationships, and intimacy (SIECUS, 2004).
Information on Human Sexuality and Sexual Health is crucial for preparing children for their lives as adults and parents. It will provide young people with skills such as responding adequately to demands for sexual intercourse or offers of drugs, taking responsible decisions, managing situations of risk, and seeking appropriate health services, counseling and care.