Tell Your Story
Sharing your story is a courageous act of self-love. Your words could be the push another women needs to walk away from an unhealthy relationship. Your self-love journey could inspire another sister to follow a different life path.
Each month, we feature a sister’s story on our blog. We support our storytellers at every step of the process - from crafting your first draft, to being on call the moment your story goes live. If you’d like to step up and be featured, we'd love to hear from you!
Becoming a mother has opened my eyes up to the importance of self-love. Mirroring self-love to Tay is hugely important to me.
Today, I embrace my life as it is. I’m learning that self-love isn’t always fun but it is empowering.
I am a true believer that everything happens for a reason. I believe I was meant to go through what I did - in order to learn and grow from it.
I had always assumed that self-love was something that other women and girls were born with.
Love yourself enough to set boundaries that will attract the love and respect you deserve.
Mum, when I've fought some of my toughest battles, you were always my guiding light. I know that I am a warrior, because I am cut from the same cloth as you.
I’m a very proud Mum of a incredibly confident, self-assured, kind and funny young lady who has overcome difficulties with strength.
Self-love to me is everything and is ever growing. It means doing what is best for you.
I believe in prioritising your own needs and looking after your holistic health. That's how you bring the best version of yourself to any of your relationships.
Self-love is important to me. I want to make a change. I want to be a voice for women and men because we all need to help each other.
It is noticeable when someone has a strong love for themselves, it radiates through them and it makes them so much more confident.
My story has shaped me into this confident, courageous and happy woman. I am proud that I have the courage to share my story.
We all have pasts, we all have previous relationships, previous mistakes, but that doesn’t have to define what love means for you now.