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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Motivation, Not Self-Pity.
Paying Your Dues.
Being Comfortable Doing Nothing.
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Sharing Your True Feelings with Your Parents Without Alienating Yourself

Parents are normally the first people we meet when we take our first breaths. Although we tend to spend a huge portion of our childhood with them, we frequently realize that it is easier for us to share our experiences with friends or other family members, even when we have a great relationship with ...

Lessons from Successful People and How it Will Improve Your Self-Confidence

Do you ever wake up in the morning having a strong positive feeling about yourself? When that happens, it just seems as though most things go your way that day, or you simply do not give much importance to the few things that do not. Unfortunately, there are also days when you wake up feeling less s ...

Why Sharing Stories of Bereavement is Important

Losing a loved one is probably the most tragic event in anyone’s life. Being able to cope with that loss can sometimes be even more difficult. Even though we know death is a natural phenomenon, we always find ourselves ill-prepared when losing someone we love. We feel so much pain, emptiness, guil ...