Share Your Story

Make a difference in someone’s life!

EVERY MOTHER HAS HER STORY TO TELL.

As she grows into her role as a mother, she overcomes challenges, learns important lessons, and gains experience and wisdom that will forever live within her.

However, in our modern, busy, overworked times, women are not mothering in community as was once done long ago in village culture.

Sure, we have email, texts and chat groups. But mothers still find themselves often times lost in overwhelm and anxiety over all the changes they are facing, both within themselves as well as with their little ones.

 

Much of the wisdom shared by mothers has lost its in-person storytelling format and tradition.

There is so much nobody tells you when you become a mother. You’re just figuring it out by trial and error as you go along.

Here is a chance for you to share your story.

And to make a difference in the lives of others at the same time.

Here, you can share a nugget of your experience and motherly wisdom to be passed onto future generations and new mothers.

As a community of mothers and grandmothers, we can help put an end to generational shame, guilt and isolation.

Let us empower ourselves and others!

Together, our book-in-the-making is a living text of encapsulated wisdom and love, and a tribute to all loving mothers… past, present and future.

“For Mothers, By Mothers: Stories & Reflections Of Wisdom From The Journey Of Motherhood”

Being a mother is like being a juggler, but with extra balls to juggle. I’ve always considered myself as a well-grounded person, able to keep “all the balls in the air.” But becoming a mother tripled, even quadrupled the number of balls I had to keep in the air… Maria Jose Leal

Career Mom + Mother of two

There are many transitional aspects of motherhood. You become a new person and you’re figuring out who this new woman is along the way, but especially during the early years of life together… Youmna Tayara

Journalist + Expat Mom, expatmommyangola.blogspot.com

I held my newborn son—he was about three weeks old, as he cried and cried. I shushed, swayed, bounced, and tried to nurse. But nothing worked. I wondered if I would ever get this Mom thing right… Kate Brenton

Polynesian Lomilomi Practitioner, Educator + Writer, wisdomofone.com

How does this work?

Stories are currently being received on a rolling basis.

Once all stories are collected from around the globe, a crowdfunding campaign will be created to support and raise money for the publication costs of the book.

Then, all net proceeds will be directly donated to the fantastic Non Profit, Days For Girls International, who are committed to providing lasting access to feminine hygiene solutions and women’s health education for every girl and woman.

Haven’t heard of them yet?

Get to know them here: daysforgirls.org 

Because it comes down to this…

Your experience matters. It empowers and educates our children. It helps foster within them self worth, confidence, and even leadership. This in turn builds a solid foundation for a better, kinder world for us all.

 

Will you share your story?

Topics include (but are not limited to): Pregnancy, Birth, Transitions, Personal Growth, Healing, Mothering styles, Spiritual awareness, Building confidence, Mother’s Intuition.

You can submit your story in written form or by voice message. Your story will then be transcribed.

Each story needs to include 3 important parts.

Guidelines & story writing tips are provided on the form.

Just click the button below!

* Submissions are due by June 30th

Thank you for helping to make a difference!

Love & Gratitude,

Tisha Lin

Creator + Founder

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