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Things i will tell my daughter;Joan Thatiah

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Things I Will tell my daughter…

“Marry a man who makes you feel good about yourself”

“Don’t just, don’t stay for the children”

“Make sure you flaunt your femininity”

Strong and firm on the things that we as women already know but refuse to admit to ourselves.

Into the big things, the small things and the things that today’s young woman never imagines that she will have to deal with.

Book Available in kenya| Online bookstore| Kenya’s leading bookshop|Same-Day book delivery.

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Things I Will tell my daughter…

“Marry a man who makes you feel good about yourself”

“Don’t just, don’t stay for the children”

“Make sure you flaunt your femininity”

Strong and firm on the things that we as women already know but refuse to admit to ourselves.

Into the big things, the small things and the things that today’s young woman never imagines that she will have to deal with.

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