During our journey we’ve been lucky enough to raise awareness within the media on chronic conditions, in particular, Endometriosis, the disease that has most affected our lives. The first step we took in sharing our journey was with Practical Parenting Magazine in a very personal pregnancy story where we almost lost our son. Read more here:
Our first TV interview was a very daunting experience sharing raw and personal details of our battle with Endometriosis and IVF struggles. The response we received as a result was incredible and was one of the reasons behind Whoa Mumma, we realised just how much our story and experience resonated with others and how much we could do to help and inspire others going through a difficult journey with chronic illness and pain.
Watch our story on local current affair show Today Tonight here featuring one of Adelaide’s best Endometriosis Excision Surgeons:
More recently we were interviewed by our local newspaper on Endometriosis and a campaign my husband created called Yellow Beard. He dyed his glorious beard bright yellow to attend a major trade show interstate to raise money and awareness for the disease.
We have done a number of guest blogs to date which we will continue to share.
In Teena’s volunteer role as state co-ordinator for Endometriosis Australia she has written a number of blogs, to read the last one before having a hysterectomy click below:
Pre-op myth busting!
BHND is a blog about embracing the many aspects that make up a woman’s identity. This site is aimed at empowering women to own their identity as women before all else. We were asked to share our unusual journey to parenthood, to read more about our story click on the link below.
An unconventional path to parenthood
Thanks to MyDeal.com.au for sharing our advice on debunking parenting myths. We had the opportunity to share our advice on what we think needs de-bunking. Of course we talked about the myth that you can’t be a good parent if you have a chronic illness and how that couldn’t be further from the truth for most parents with chronic illness or pain.
Make sure you check out their site for loads of other great blogs, stories and advice from everything from fashion, health and fitness, lifetstyle and heaps more.
Want to collaborate?
If you’d like to contact us at Whoa Mumma about a media inquiry or a guest blog please drop us a line on our contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.