Questions

Anonymous
Need a little bit of guidance please. I’m a solo mum to two children. The youngest being 8 months. I’m stuck in a crossroad and I do not know what to do. Prior to having the youngest, I had been studying a double degree (2yrs of 5.5 yrs) AND love the industry I picked BUT I am not sure if it’s...
Anonymous
SID - Autistic, depression/anxiety/cptsd/dysthymia (possibly others) Tw - self harm (cutting) . . . . . . . . . . Lately my son has been asking about things that lead into my history of self harming (in particular cutting). Usually I’m pretty happy to talk about whatever, whenever... but this one I...
Are you a Mumma bear nurse? I am in stage 2 of my diploma of nursing and struggling. The assignment work load i have no issues, I study at night so don't get home till 10 pm which tired me out. But what I am struggling with is the feeling I won't be good enough. Every week the more we learn the...
Anonymous
Hi Sisterhood! I currently a stay at home mum with my 3 little ones. Once they start kindy and school I am keen to get back into the workforce. I am quite interested in becoming a financial counselor and wondered if anyone is in this field, how they enjoy it, study options etc. I am a qualified...
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Contraceptives. Long question!!! Okay so, way back when I was on the pill and had our first child... I was told the pill can lesson my 'acne' along with you can skip a period if inconvenient. So after my first bubba, albeit 13 years ago ( conceived on the pill) I never had the pill again. I was...
Anonymous
Hey mums I am starting to prepare myself for "the talk" with my daughter who is 9 yrs old. What are some good (preferably modern) books for me to read myself and for me to read with her? Do you have any LGTBQ+ book suggestions as well? Thank you in advance
Anonymous
Hi there mums, I have a 9yr old daughter and an 8yr old daughter, my partner also has a 10yr old daughter. At what age do you think it would be best to start teaching the girls about the changes that will happen to their bodies as they grow older? When the changes do happen, how do you stop the...
Anonymous
Hey sisters. Just after some advice on how to study to become a midwife as a single mum of 2. Is it possible to do with not much support? How did you make it work with study and children at home? How hard core is the attendance and training? Is it hard to pay back the hecs debt? How long does it to...
Anonymous
Any Youth Workers out there with advice? I am wanting to start studying again, but I need to study something that is 1- a certification will help me get a job and 2-work for my family I want to study youth work and have done in the past, but I am worried this work will not work with my family as I...
Anonymous
Just wondering if anyone likes their job? I’m a wife and mum of three with a mortgage and all that. I’ve been a nurse for 15 years, straight out of Highschool to uni. I’ve worked in different areas, I’m just finding lately (the last couple of years!) that I can’t stand going to work. I’m...