How to find your tribe of mummy friends and be your authentic self
Everyone deserves the chance to thrive and not just survive and not just live in a state of ‘existence’ regardless of whether you suffer from a chronic illness or pain. You may not be able to affect your illness or condition, but there are lots of things you can do to improve the quality of your life and get the most out of it by employing some simple changes.
Christmas can be one of the most joyous and happy times of the year, especially when you have children. The family traditions, the fun, colour, activities, delicious food and excitement of Santa coming and giving special gifts to those you love. But it can also be one of the hardest times of the year for those suffering from chronic health issue
What happens when that stoic suit of armour starts to get dented, kinked and doubt and fear begin to creep in?
Video diary of major surgery for Endometriosis and Adenomyosis
I am sorry that my illness has impacted some of the most treasured things I have, my friendships.
I am the mum who rocks up to a kid’s party with damp hair. Yep that’s me, the mum who hates being late but somehow in getting everyone else sorted I never have enough time to make sure I am ready. Well that and the fact I barely have enough spoons to make it to a kid’s party let alone blow dry my hair and look like one of those television mums with perfect hair and makeup.