Why I Love Women

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March 09, 2014

I love women.

There, I've said it.

Women have shaped my life and I am proud to be bringing up a little girl who will undoubtedly be my most favourite woman of all.

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Don't get me wrong, I love men too! My dad, my husband, my brother in laws, my cousins and my male friends are all top shelf specimens and I feel really fortunate to have them in my life.

I 'get' men and was always a bit of a tomboy growing up. I liked to surf, get up to mischief and wasn't much into hair and make-up etc. so I slotted in quite nicely with the male persuasion and found them easier to relate to.

I think I also garnered quite a bit of confidence being around guys a lot. They didn't question their worth and if they felt unsure about something, they certainly didn't let on. They just tried anything. Acted first and thought later so there was no second guessing themselves. That fearlessness rubbed off on me and I always did what I wanted and spoke my mind just like my guy friends which was not always met with the same acceptance. As the years have rolled on, I have lost a lot of that and I don't believe it's just because I'm older and wiser. I think, as most of us do, I lost bits of myself along the way with each new experience and each new decision that had to be made.

So back to the women in my life. They are family and they are friends, but it's only since about my mid 20's that I realised that not only are the women in my life beyond precious but they are people I. Can. Just. Not. Do. Without.

They amaze me, inspire me, encourage me, love me, hold me, listen to me, cherish me, make me laugh, make me cry and make me glad that I am one of them.

You see, I think women are the most amazing creatures on earth.

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We grow humans inside of us.

We make the food to feed these mini humans.

We can cry at the drop of a hat even if it's for a picture, a person we will never know, a line in a song, an old photograph or the injustice on the news.

We can hold a child on one hip while talking on the phone to our mum and placing an order on the internet all at the same time.

We FEEL things. Whether we get a woo woo feeling of something not quite right with our sister or friend, so we call them and lo and behold, they needed to talk or we run to the room of our child as we just felt them get cold and pull a blanket up on them as they sleep.

We can laugh and laugh to the point of hysteria at the smallest things. Even wet our pants but keep on laughing as we will not let go of the joy we are currently feeling (plus most of us are manically tired) 😉

We can think ahead and organise our life and the lives of those around us for the next decade.

We know the preferred brand of ANYTHING to buy the people we live with as well as their preferred food/clothing/toy/tv show/music/book/drink/mug/hat/shoes/movie/song/holiday destination......

So who cares if we don't know the exact direction our car is in the Westfield shopping centre car park or if looking at a map the right way round is classed as an achievement...we are too busy thinking about the next 3 meals we have to cook, what to send our aunt for her birthday and possibly how to achieve world peace.

Who cares if we analyse things to the point of madness only to second guess ourselves and start all over again....we are a very thorough bunch!

Who cares if we are never quite happy with our appearance, our weight, our career, our achievements...surely that means we just aspire to greatness in every avenue of life? 😉

Who cares if we are unstable, hormone imbalanced, swinging temperamental crazies? If our reproductive hormones weren't constantly fluctuating wouldn't that mean we couldn't grow us a human if we wanted to? Or search our souls and make some major changes once a month just to feel right again?

 

Ok...but now for the bone to pick with the female race....

So we are these indisputably amazing beings with so much to offer everyone around us and we find it quite hard to like or even love ourselves.

We also judge ourselves and others too harshly.

These are the biggest flaws I can see in women. I deal with women all day, every day in my business and the most common thread of concern is a lack of confidence in themselves and their choices and also how they talk about themselves.

Please don't think I'm pointing a finger only at you reading this because that big ol' finger is pointed squarely at myself also.    

I am starting to like myself more and more and my confidence has always been high whether that's just me or due to the people I hung around as I was growing up but... present one of my decisions to me on a silver platter and I will undoubtedly hear my own voice in my head saying 'Why Did You Do That?' 

I think maybe that a lot of us women are control freaks...and so when something happens that is outside of our control (and let's face it, that's pretty much EVERYTHING) we react and then we.....judge.

I know I need to relax more and let go more and I bet a lot of people reading this feel the same.

So to all the women reading this I would like to point out that you are the most amazing, incredible, fabulous, multi-tasking, caring, loving, all seeing being but you have to learn to treat yourself with the love and respect you deserve as so many women before you have fought to get you here.

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Nothing has been as easy for a woman as it has been for a man and that is just birth lottery but I believe that is what makes us so great. We strive, we conquer our own boundaries, we love, we break and we have most definitely come out on top as far as lottery stakes go.

If you doubt your decisions or yourself, please work on that and be confident in the fact that no matter where you are placed in your family whether it's daughter, mother, aunt, friend, sister, I bet you are the glue holding the family or friendship circle together.

That in itself is irreplaceable and if you were looking at you from where I am, you would love everything about you.

The best way to learn to love yourself more, is spend some time with yourself with loving thoughts. I think it's hard to just sit down and look at ourselves and say I love you to the mirror but having time set aside morning and night and putting some of that love that is going into everyone else back into you is a very good idea.

There are lots of ways to give back to yourself but you may not be able to get a massage/pedicure/girls weekend/yoga class in on a daily basis! That's why you need to create a routine at home so that love is channeled towards you, by you, daily. Do this in the ways you know fill your cup and fit them in every day and then things like a massage/pedicure/girls night/yoga class will just be a lovely extra top-up.

Give yourself more time to fall in love with yourself. After all, you will be by your own side for the rest of your life so nurturing that relationship is pretty important!

If you are after any ideas on giving back to yourself and creating a love filled, nurturing routine for yourself at home, have a look at the Gift Ideas and Package Deals section in my shop containing  products that I have put together for women who need to look after themselves a bit more.

 

Yours in Health,

 

Alisha xx


90 Responses

Belinda
Belinda

March 15, 2014

My mum. Currently helping me out everyday while I recover from a second c section. Cleaning, washing and helping look after my daughter, (first born and another woman in the making I could never live without!)

Moa
Moa

March 16, 2014

My mum, daughter, sister, they are all the best in many different and lovely ways. X

Megan
Megan

March 15, 2014

I am incredibly blessed to have the most supportive Mum, she has been there for us in too many ways to count over the years. And I definitely could not live without my 3 gorgeous daughters, the joy they bring to my world is incredible

Jodie Cook
Jodie Cook

March 15, 2014

I cannot live without my angel daughter who amazes me every since day. My mother is so special to me and I am thankful for her guidance and love <3

Michelle
Michelle

March 15, 2014

My mama – if I could be half as strong as her I wound be a happy woman! X

Amelia
Amelia

March 15, 2014

My Mum, my beautiful best friend, and my mama tribe xx

Justine Salanitri
Justine Salanitri

March 15, 2014

The two women I can’t do without are my mum and my best friend of 24 years Georgie. They are the people that get me, they listen to my rants, they make me smile when nothing else can and I love them to bits!!

Jennie
Jennie

March 15, 2014

My mum, daughter and best friend!

Shae
Shae

March 15, 2014

I am lucky to have many great and amazing woman in my life. I could never live without my daughter. She is my life xx

Mel
Mel

March 15, 2014

Is cannot live with my three gorgeous daughters, my eldest is my step daughter , who is such an amazing young a lady and has taught me so much on how to truly truly love , I love her like my own daughter and thank her every day for letting me….. The next is my amazing little 9year old , she is my a amazing little surprise and she has been the dream child of a lifetime , she brings so much joy to my life and I love every day that she is here. the last women that rocks my life is my little pocket rocket baby girl not quite 2 year old, darling I know I am alive when I am around you, she is hard work. Ut my goodness it is so totally worth it. She has tested every singe, ounce if every single thing I know , totally wrecked my body but gorgeous girl I would do it all again to know you would be in my life …… Love these three girls they will all grow up to be AMAZING

Alison
Alison

March 15, 2014

I love women too! And men and humans in general :) The women I especially love and couldn’t be without are my 2 daughters (and possible third I’m now growing) my Mum, my four sisters and my four very special girl friends – I am very lucky!

Kat Gentle
Kat Gentle

March 15, 2014

I am lucky to have many wonderful women in my life, whether they live near or far, they are always in my heart and only a phone or skype call away. There is no way I could live without my free spirited daughter, she is perfect, full of life, love and joy! My beautiful Mama with the kindest heart! My mischievous little fur kid who runs riot all day but snuggles close at night! My dear mother-in-law and my two bestest friends a girl could ever ask for, neither of which live close but still I would struggle without them in my life! x

Belinda Bekkers
Belinda Bekkers

March 15, 2014

My first comment didn’t post. Let’s see if I can remember what I wrote. My mother (whom I live with while I try to get back on my feet), my tribe of girl friends (whom I don’t get to see very often, but I know are always there for me), my large circle of female relatives (whom I don’t get to see very often, but I know I can always call on if needed), my 3 year-old daughter (whom is quickly growing into a fierce and independent young woman), my doctor (whom is young, vibrant, and constantly a source of inspiration).

Taleen
Taleen

March 15, 2014

I could not live without my mum, my beautiful daughter, and my 83 yr old grandmother xx

Kylie
Kylie

March 15, 2014

I’m going to say my Mother in Law. She looks after our kids while we work and helps us out where ever she can. She is a masseuse, so she fixes my back when ever it’s needed and helped to keep me walking when pregnancy recently took its toll on my body.
The woman has the heart of a saint and helps everyone who needs it :)

Megan Body
Megan Body

March 15, 2014

My mum. It’s not until I became a mother myself that I totally and completely understood everything she ever did for me. I have a higher regard and deeper love for her in this new understanding.

Nicola
Nicola

March 12, 2014

My beautiful mum, my two gorgeous daughters, my lovely sister-in-law and some very special girlfriends who share the highs and lows of everyday life. I am very blessed xxx

Sam
Sam

March 15, 2014

My daughter. Although only 11 she is already turning into an amazing young woman – I admire her fire and defiance, yet her kind sweet nature. I am in awe at how I have managed to help her raise such an amazing young woman.

Jo
Jo

March 15, 2014

I mostly can’t live without my closest friend & my daughter. They fulfill my needs in ways I don’t really understand, but I know I need. xx

Rachel
Rachel

March 12, 2014

Wow…what a great post. There are a great big handful of women in my life that i love being able to phone in, call in or just know they are there. My aunty who fills me with wise, holisitc outlooks for all my spiritual growths. My beautiful daughters who are 5 and 2 and a half who have already taught me so much about life and i am sure i have much more to learn from them. They fill me with love everyday (and my son!). My mum who has impacted my life so much and has made me shape who i am today. My sister who is like a pea in a pod and although we dont see each other much we just get each other.My handful of special girlfriends who have known me forever…nothing to hide but nohting to lose. And last of all my nanna who passed 4 years ago was such a special part of my life who i always think about. xxx

Rae
Rae

March 12, 2014

My daughter, who is a wise old soul in a young body. Everyday I am thankful for the constant joy and inspiration she brings :)

Melissa
Melissa

March 12, 2014

My daughter! She is so much like me and I am determined to make her life better than mine.

Donna
Donna

March 12, 2014

It has to be my sisters. An endless source of inspiration.

Sam
Sam

March 12, 2014

My mother and my best friend have been my rock. I could not thrive without their influence:). I could not live without my strong independent 7 year old daughter :)

Renee Bardetta
Renee Bardetta

March 12, 2014

My mum died when I was younger but I know she is busy being an amazing guardian angel. I have a few women I can’t live without my cousin & my two best friends & my darling daughter xo

Casey
Casey

March 12, 2014

I have so many amazing women in my life, my sister, Nan, aunties, cousins and of course my beauiful Mum, I love that we are all so close and I can’t imagine life without them :)

Elissa
Elissa

March 12, 2014

I can’t live without my mum & my just-turned-7-year-old daughter. Watching her grow and discover and develop .. the most amazing thing ever xx

Kelly
Kelly

March 12, 2014

I can’t live without my mum as she is always there for me whenever I need her. Also my daughters as they always know just what to say or do to put a smile on my face when I am needing it most.

Monique
Monique

March 12, 2014

My mum, my 2 daughters and my oldest friend – I might not see her or even talk to her for months but it doesn’t change our friendship (I have known her since preschool!).

Genevieve
Genevieve

March 12, 2014

Well obviously my mother. She drives me crazy but she is my strength, my salvation and my friend.

Kate Ashby
Kate Ashby

March 12, 2014

I couldn’t live without my girlfriends Sal & Bee. My mum unfortunately wasn’t there for me when I grew up so my girlfriends have been so important.

Jemimah Ivers
Jemimah Ivers

March 12, 2014

The women in my life that I can’t live without would have to be my little girls, I don’t know what I would do without them. Also my Grandmother who has sadly passed away, she was a constant steadying rock in my life and it sadly isn’t the same without her.

Sarah Anwar Ahmed
Sarah Anwar Ahmed

March 12, 2014

I cannot imagine life without my mother, Asma Ahmed. We have our differences (like any healthy mother-daughter should have! Haha) but damn, I love her!

Jennie
Jennie

March 12, 2014

My sister, my best friends (who I also consider sisters, one of whom I have known my whole life, one from high school and one I have only known a few years but we just click) and my young nieces. They have each helped me become the woman I am today, and bring so much joy into my world!

Ann Stray
Ann Stray

March 12, 2014

I couldn’t live without my Mum and my 3 sisters. I don’t get to see them anywhere near enough!!

Eliza
Eliza

March 12, 2014

My mother and my 2 amazing neighbours who are both mothers of babies too. They have been so supportive when I’ve been struggling with new motherhood.

Alison
Alison

March 12, 2014

My mum.
When i was unloveable she still loved me. She has always had my back :)

Alison h
Alison h

March 12, 2014

Can’t live without 1. My mum, 2. My sisters and 3. The women like you, naughty naturopath mum, because without women like you and others alike my world would be dull. You help women and teach women to Achieve their goals and we inspire each other to become better women.

Julia
Julia

March 12, 2014

The wisdom and guidance of my late Gran, I still think of her and what she would do or say because she was, to me, the most incredible woman, caring, generous, gracious, honest and loving, just about every beautiful quality I can think of, my Gran was it!

Theresa
Theresa

March 12, 2014

I love my sister to bits – but she is thousands of miles away in the UK; so the person I would find it hard to live without at present is my very, very dear friend. She is my go-to person in times of joy and in times of sorrow. We talk about everything and advise one another on all manner of topics. She also put me up in her home for 2 months while I waited for my house to be built! I am blessed to have her in my life.

Felicity
Felicity

March 12, 2014

My Mum!

Nadene Owen
Nadene Owen

March 12, 2014

Women who have been through tough, challenging and traumatic situations are women that i can’t live without.
They are inspiring, resilient and make you put things into perspective. Bring you back to earth and remind you of the basic needs we have in life.

Wendy
Wendy

March 11, 2014

I can’t live without my daughter who is ten. I love to teach her new things and enjoy her enthusiasm and eagerness to be like me. Such a massive confidence booster!

Tamara
Tamara

March 11, 2014

Aside from my beautiful 5 week old girl, I would say I couldn’t live without myself. Or rather, couldn’t live without the way I’ve gotten to know myself over the last few months, and particularly since the birth of my daughter. I’ve faced fears I’ve never had before, and found a strength within myself I never knew could have existed. I have a deep trust in my body, and a faith in my intuition. Sure, as a first time mum there are times when I have really no idea what I’m doing, but I know that the decisions I make for my family will be exactly what is right at the time.

Julie Haaksma
Julie Haaksma

March 11, 2014

I can not live with out my Mum, I am her youngest & maybe the most attached to her(of the 3 Children she has). Just a few weeks ago, Mum had to have a minor Day Surgery & an overnight stay. This turned in to 4 nights & my Mum being very ill. When Mum came home, she was still sick & needed constant care. Although she is getting better now, it made me aware that my Mum will be 69yrs old this Xmas Eve & that although I think of her as my Best Friend & feel like she is the same age as me(46), she is not! The thought of her not being there to talk to, to cook for & with, to teach her how to use her Laptop, the Internet & & (most recently) an iPhone – is just unbearable! How the hell am I going to cope without her!?!? I LOVE MY MUM

Louise
Louise

March 11, 2014

My daughter is truly amazing. She’s only 8, but is the smartest, funniest, most caring, supportive female I know. She is stong, courageous and confident. She is also truly beautiful. I’m so proud to call her my daughter, and I am so excited for the limitless possibilities that her future holds.

Amy H
Amy H

March 11, 2014

My dear mum, darling sister and BFF Sarah xxxxxx

Leah
Leah

March 11, 2014

yes girls rule for sure. love the women in my life… all of them for different reasons

Alicia
Alicia

March 11, 2014

I can’t live without my mummy … my role model, my inspiration, my best friend. To have someone you can be 100% yourself with, no judgement, no expectations, just love, understanding, forgiveness & generosity. I only hope one day I can repay her, & I only hope I am half the mummy to my 3 lil treasures that she is to me.

And also women like yourself, Alisha. You give freely of yourself & expect nothing in return. I love following your blogs & Facebook updates. You empower women & it’s wonderful to see. X

Sonia @ Natural New Age Mum
Sonia @ Natural New Age Mum

March 11, 2014

Aww you always write such beautiful posts that make me emotional! Love it. xxx

Bree
Bree

March 11, 2014

My daughter, my mum, my sisters and a gorgeous gaggle of girlfriends from all different areas of my life. This group of amazing women provide me with love, laughter, support, advice and are my go to people for a little bit of sanity (and on the flip side a bit of crazy too!)

Cathy Spaulding
Cathy Spaulding

March 10, 2014

My mum and my amazing girlfriends from school!
Over 20 years ago and they are always an inspiration to me

Kerry Solomon
Kerry Solomon

March 10, 2014

This blog post made me cry Alisha. I love and agree with everything you have said. Women – we sure do rock! The women I could not live without are all in South Africa (where I’m originally from). We moved to Australia 2 years ago and it has been a painful process learning to live without them in my daily life. They are my mum (whom I worked with so I saw her every single day), my soul sister and earth angel Karen and a lady who helped me in my home and looked after my baby when I returned to work and who became a sister to me, Sharon.. I’m so grateful for modern technology which allows me to message, email and skype these 3 beautiful ladies, but no amount of virtual time can make up for real hugs and being in the same room as them. There are days my heart aches so deeply from missing them. I remind myself though that I have 2 future women (my daughters) that occupy the biggest part of my heart.. These 2 beautiful little girls will grow up in this awesome country and hopefully never have to know the pain of missing the women in their lives – and that makes my heartache worth it…

Deb Allford
Deb Allford

March 10, 2014

My daughter. She is only 6 but starting to show herself to me and develop into the woman she will one day become. And I have the incredible privilege of guiding her and supporting her to become the amazing woman I KNOW she will be.

Kirsty
Kirsty

March 10, 2014

My Mum, she’s always been there for me no matter what.. Bad boyfriends, homesick at uni, first house, first child, 6mths of chemo and a move to the other side of the world, she is truly amazing, always guiding without interfering. Something I can only strive for as a mum too. x

Deb
Deb

March 10, 2014

My mum! My two little sisters, best friends and last but definitely not least – my incredible daughter!!!

Shell @ Sew n Sow
Shell @ Sew n Sow

March 09, 2014

Beautiful post Alisha, couldn’t agree more with most of it! I couldn’t live without my Mum, her gentle loving influence & support helps make me who I am. And friends. True friends. They may change over time if we don’t grow in similar ways, but the amazing women Lisa and Amy I wouldn’t want to live without, even though we don’t get to see each other very often anymore.

Katherine Simon
Katherine Simon

March 09, 2014

My girls. My life would suck without them causing some crazy. My mum. I would not be who I am without her. My grandma. She always has a word of wisdom even when you don’t want to hear it. My friends. Cos who doesn’t need them.

Rebecca
Rebecca

March 09, 2014

I could not imagine life without my two daughters, my sister (I have 4, but this one is super special to me), and her daughter. I would likely be a boat without a rudder if they weren’t in my life.

Paula
Paula

March 09, 2014

Apart from an amazing mother and 2 wonderful sisters, I couldn’t live without my best friend who, after losing her grandfather and father, within 6 months if each other, was still the first pesto there for me when I was going through a personal crisis! I would love to win this and be able to give this to her!

Kim
Kim

March 09, 2014

I can’t love without my mother who provides so much support always and also women like you who’s blogs inspire me to be a better, mummy and woman. Xxx

Cherie
Cherie

March 09, 2014

Hi, I have had the honour of growing up with a wonderful woman whom helped shape me my grandmother. She sadly passed in November last year. She was strong, loyal and inspiring to the very end.
Thanks

Brigitte Zappia
Brigitte Zappia

March 09, 2014

First of all my beautiful daughter, she has just turned 13 and we are both working hard every day to embrace the teenage years and keep having fun and loving unconditionally! Also my Girlfriends, these awesome mums are my best friends, we support, counsel, kick each other’s arse, cry, cook and laugh till we cry again. I would be empty without these amazing women by my side.
Thankyou for a beautiful post, loving ourselves and believing we are worthy is a job we need to do put to the top of our lists every day. I so love your blog, recipes, honesty and support for other women you send out to the world every day – thank YOU x

Shannyn
Shannyn

March 09, 2014

I can’t live without my female spiritual teachers and friends. They are resourceful, loving and wise women.

Tessa
Tessa

March 09, 2014

I couldn’t live without my Mum. She means the world to me and understands me like no one else.

Collette
Collette

March 09, 2014

What a great blog!!!!!! You made me laugh & (almost) cry!!!!!! Spot on!!!!!
I agree with you about raising daughters – I am raising 3 & I pray they will become my favourite women …. they certainly are my favourite little ladies at the moment x

Tracy-Anne
Tracy-Anne

March 09, 2014

The strongest woman I know who puts all before herself my mum x

Dominika
Dominika

March 09, 2014

Def my mum, my stepmum and sisters. My dad passed away when I was a child, we were always only women, a big power gang :) I moved here, 15000km away, I haven’t seen them in 4 years and it breaks my heart every day but they are with me and I couldn’t live without them <3

Rebekah
Rebekah

March 09, 2014

I am surrounded by strong women I couldn’t live without!
My mum, my 3 sisters, my 4 daughters, plus a great support network of family friends with woman both younger and older than I who are all amazing women and have helped shape me into the woman I am today;)

Rochelle
Rochelle

March 09, 2014

Can’t live without, my mum, my sis-inlaws, my dear friends! All such special women in my life daily!

Meriem
Meriem

March 09, 2014

I cannot live without my daughter Leyla and my Mum

Ros Guy
Ros Guy

March 09, 2014

My sisters, cousins, daughter in laws, grand daughters are all people I can’t live without.

Naysie
Naysie

March 09, 2014

My Mum, my three sisters and my daughter are the women I would not like to live without, they are my past, present and my future

Vanessa
Vanessa

March 09, 2014

Besides my mum an step beautiful 2 daughters, I have to say my friend Lisa who I have known since grade 2, we call each other “soul sisters” always there for each other no matter what…

hanleuthart@yahoo.com.au
hanleuthart@yahoo.com.au

March 09, 2014

It would have to be myself! My future self whom I constantly look up to & hope to be like – & my past self, for teaching me all those icky valuable life lessons. I am surrounded by males – I have 3 boys – & that is why I would have to answer as I have. My boys make me feel special & important – & everyday I learn from them that I am loveable & loving.

Alicia
Alicia

March 09, 2014

Love your Page & Blog Alisha

Josie
Josie

March 09, 2014

At this moment in my life it would have to be my dear friend Bec. She has helped me more than she will ever know :)

Angela L
Angela L

March 09, 2014

I couldn’t live without my Mum. Love her to bits and wish she lived closer. My sisters are also very important to be… I love our talks and laughs. Now though, I also couldn’t live without my two gorgeous girls. Very precious to me.

Rachael
Rachael

March 09, 2014

My two beautiful daughters and 3 sisters. Strong females who have endured.

Johanna
Johanna

March 09, 2014

I have to say I haven’t had that many women around me since leaving home over ten years ago and now living with my husband and sons. Every day though I feel all the women in my ancestral line here with me, sometimes it’s a call from my mum, a thought about my late grandmothers or just the knowledge of all who have been here before me.

Tay
Tay

March 09, 2014

I can’t live without my Mum and my best friend. <3

They're both always there for me when I need it, encourage me and stick by me no matter what. I truly would be lost without them.

Oh and my dog. If she thinks she human then she totally counts as a woman, right?! ;)

kerry
kerry

March 09, 2014

My lovely friend Amanda is always there for me, and I for her! We have had some adventures that’s for sure :) I would love to win some ABE for her!!

Zoe
Zoe

March 09, 2014

I grew up as a tomboy as well but recently realise more and more how important my mum, sister and cousin are to me. They help me fulfill different emotional and physical needs. I couldn’t live without them!

Brooke Gallagher
Brooke Gallagher

March 09, 2014

My mom, my sisters in law & my girlfriends

Sarah
Sarah

March 09, 2014

Hmm, there is no woman in particular for me. I would love to say my mum, but she passed away. I never thought that I would be able to go on without her, but here I am. So I will say that I can’t live without my daughter (future woman!), because she is my present and my future.

Felicity
Felicity

March 09, 2014

I can’t live without my mum, whom I chat with on the phone every second day, and my bestie with who we share the good and bad past present and future of our lives.

Sam Wesche
Sam Wesche

March 09, 2014

I feel blessed and lucky to have my mumma, the best sister in the world and 2 amazing aunties I could not live without!! Lucky luck woman :)

Meredith
Meredith

March 09, 2014

I can’t live without my Mum…..but honestly, who can? <3

Kathryn
Kathryn

March 09, 2014

I can’t live without our daughter :) she makes me laugh every day, and is an endless source of joy.

Lisa
Lisa

March 09, 2014

My mum, sister and daughters.

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