A mother shares her story on parenting her child with cerebral palsy and founding a centre to support cerebral palsy children & parents.
Finding out I am pregnant for a third time came with a flood of emotions. I was excited, sad, scared and anxious. Will I miscarry again? Will I have severe hyperemesis again?
It is important that we educate ourselves in knowing our history correctly and educating our kids, ourselves and each other.
Black British Women Activists in UK who changed the course of history and you should know about.
The importance we place on our mental health especially as mothers usually sits quite low on the ever-growing ‘to-do list’ – that is if it even makes the list, now add being a multiple business owner.
According to research, only 0.5% of recorded history is about women’s stories. It is therefore important for the advancement of equity and equality in society to amplify history written by women from the perspective of women.