Man, what a bunch of nutters!!!! 😳 sorry on behalf of Australia Matthew
LOVE LOVE LOVE THESE!!!!!! 😂😂😂
At my favorite cafe in my large regional town, babyccinos are free (simple milk and cocoa dust) and the barista thanks the mums for bringing their business 😊.... therefore most the mums come to their cafe. There is a big outdoor grassy patch and garden so no one else is bothered by all the happy toddlers playing
Good article in this humble midwife’s opinion! Simple and good advice without being alarmist 👍
Hahaha!!!! Definitely Erin’s!!! The rooms are all gorgeous but hers is actually reality!!!! 💕💕
That’s really tough....well written.... I think if I was a Melburnian, I would feel exactly the same way you do, from beginning to the second lockdown to the blurred line. Virtual hugs to you 😔❤️
Gosh that is so terribly sad. What a beautiful smile she had. Sending strength to her family. ❤️
What a star!! What an amazing moment that was!! Made all the more iconic by the fact she carried BOTH flags which by today’s standards is very normal to see but was very brave at that time. Shows her courage and conviction of her values. Bravo Cathy!!! 💛❤️🖤
Sweet Valley High was the BEST .... and Babysitters Club .... oh the memories!!! 💕💕
@mamamia-user-482898552 do you have a year 12 student then? I hope so, given the amount of commentary
Totally agree. Midwives need empathy really. Doesn’t matter as a midwife whether you’ve had children or not, vaginal births or C sections, breastfed or bottlefed.... care and empathy is the thing. Less pre-conceived notions and attitudes is the advantage of being a midwife without children. It’s like saying only a person who’s had cancer can be a good oncology nurse.
Your description of the cloud was fascinating (as a health professional). What a heart wrenching story, thank you for telling it, gives insight into PND. Glad you’re doing better
Working too many hours I think! TAke some time for your own emotional health. You won’t do your family any favours if you burn yourself out.
You’re an early career nurse who has had an awful experience and I really hope that you asked for and received support from senior staff and management ... there should be counselling available for you to help you work through this. Take some time off and consider your options. Talk to an experienced colleague that you trust. All types of healthcare workers are a bit vulnerable to these situations. No it is absolutely not “part of the job” but at the same time it is not realistic to be able to avoid it 100%. If every ED or ward nurse or paramedic quit after a confronting experience we wouldn’t have any at all (of course I don’t know the severity of your assault and I hope you made a police report). One of the beautiful things about the profession of nursing is that there are so many settings and specialties you could work in that would make you feel much safer, than where you were. Rather than throwing all of your training away.