Unfortunately in our society not all people have a good network round them. Our ‘old style” village no longer exists. I wanted to create a space where people could feel safe to ask all sorts of questions – Judgement free.
Some questions may sound “out there” or ”Silly” to some, but who are we to judge. We have all been in situations in our lives we are not proud of or may not want to share with anyone for fear of being judged. So the imperfect mum facebook is especially designed for that very reason.
As they say “you cannot know someone or judge someone until you have walked a mile in their shoes”
This is place where all woman are accepted and encouraged to be the best they could possibly be. “Judgement Free”.
Our behaviour within this sisterhood can contribute positively to creating a beautiful and harmonious community in which we can all be inspired. However, when behaviour is inappropriate or dysfunctional it can have serious implications on us all.
This applies to all Imperfect Mum’s and relates to the behaviour of our community towards each other. Our sisterhood commits to encouraging a safe, supportive and and non-judgemental advice and environment.
Equality and Justice
People are to be treated fairly. In a just community all people should be treated with Respect. Respect that empowers others.
Respect on the basis of which individuals become members of our community and accept their social responsibilities to behave with integrity.
For example, dealing with disagreements by reasonable manner rather than by using language (word and tone) that have the effect of attacking or demeaning the questioner.
I will uphold this culture. No-one will be put down or made to feel inadequate on The Imperfect Mum.
I would like to finish with a picture.. The picture that I imagine.. I like to think of us all sitting around a camp fire. Sharing advice, love light and laughter.. This is an image that comes to my mind often..
You are all my friends, sure I have not met you, but I do care about you, and I thank you for trusting in this sisterhood and in this culture..