Sisterhood Stories Questions
Tuesday, 15 September 2020 - 14:21
My 14 year old has recently shared with me that an old year 6 friend has recently struggled with mental health, self harm and a suicide attempt which landed her in hospital. They attend the same high school, had drifted apart in year 7 but remained fond of one another. The friend reached out to my...
Friday, 4 September 2020 - 23:50
I can have several ripples of excitement and one or two big O’s but then I honestly get tapped out. My partner still has plenty more to give and I feel like I could take more but it’s like “Nope..” done now. Almost feel like a bloke. Any tips on how to stop that? Anyone else experienced it?
Wednesday, 29 July 2020 - 22:02
I’m looking for just some opinions on a situation, I don’t think there’s a right or wrong answer for this one its probably more of a hypothetical than anything, about a month ago I stumbled across a nasty and hurtful message sent last year from an old friend, I’ve never seen this message I just...
Sisterhood Stories Blog Posts
Submitted by The Imperfect Mum on Sat, 07/11/2015 - 10:08.
This Imperfect Mum and her family have been through hell and back in the last 10 years, diagnosis, double lung transplant, cancer in her kidney and liver and her husband beating thyroid cancer. Recently her 7 seater family car was stolen by a gang of teenage thugs who broke into their house while they slept and went on a 7 hour joy ride which ended when they crashed into a family home smashing in...
Submitted by The Imperfect Mum on Thu, 12/06/2014 - 09:45.
Written by a fellow Imperfect Mum Most of us have problems. Some of us are lucky to have family and friends to bounce them off. Some of us don't. It is easy to sit behind a keyboard and judge someone else on what we would have done, how we would have handled it, how well we would have worded our question seeking help. I'm not perfect. I've made mistakes. I've held things in. And sometime I should...
Submitted by The Imperfect Mum on Wed, 04/06/2014 - 12:46.
Video of What Does It Mean To Be An Imperfect Mum? When I first became a Mother it was such a shock to me. I seriously had no idea that I would find it so overwhelming. All I could feel was such a deep dark feeling of anxiousness. I was completely and utterly overwhelmed. I could hear this voice in my head telling me how hopeless I was. This baby deserved so much more, it was like the walls were...