Sharing lessons learned in life

A platform to learn, grow and teach life lessons

Welcome to duppydom where we share and learn lessons of life. duppydom is a place for you if you have valuable life lessons, stories or story based learning to teach. You are also at the right spot if you want to learn from others. Start learning and find the answer you seek, or become a teacher and share your first life lesson stories here!


Digital storytelling, telling stories in an online world

“duppy” is a Jamaican slang word for ghost. duppydom is a platform to share your experience by telling stories, sharing stories and others learning from your lessons of life. Learning from others is a primary learning source and yet so many of our stories remain untold. Share your lessons in life and let the world learn from you!

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So Many Other People Do - Why Can’t I have The Life I Want?

Do you feel like you are not living the life you want? Does it seem like every other person around you is living their dream life? It’s your life, so why does it seem like you are not in control? If you are still reading this article, then the assumption is that you are ready, willing and able to ...

Being Single and Feeling Isolated During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is already here. It is the time most people spend the entire year looking forward to. It is easy to understand why it is one of the best periods of the year - people finally can switch their focus from work and other stressful activities to more relaxing activities like sharing st ...

Think Before You Speak - It Could Sound Racist!

Bet we’ve all, at some point in time, thought, “How I wish I had not said that”. We’ve all had that “oops moment” after saying something hurtful. We’ve found ourselves telling stories which we originally thought were innocuous just to realize later they had different implications. Some ...