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Which best describes the type of mother you have?

By CDAV . Created on 09 May, 2019
We all consist of diverse strengths, qualities and personalities. Which of the following best suits the type of attitude/characteristics your mother consists of?
Lifestyle 195 votes | 10 Comments
The perfectionist/over-achiever (always on the go, productive, organised, etc)

The perfectionist/over-achiever (always on the go, productive, organised, etc)

Style Queen (always up to date with the latest trends in fashion, beauty and wellbeing)

Style Queen (always up to date with the latest trends in fashion, beauty and wellbeing)

The Socialite (loves to regularly attend events with friends and family)

The Socialite (loves to regularly attend events with friends and family)

The Free soul (enjoys travelling, self-care and/or flexibility in life)

The Free soul (enjoys travelling, self-care and/or flexibility in life)

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The Free soul (enjoys travelling, self-care and/or flexibility in life)
Lisle said on May 10, 2019
Our mum has been raising 4 kids alone for 12 yes,she recently got diagnosed with cancer,and has damaged three disks in her back.Mum still does the school run and cooks home made meals every night plus does the cleaning but can't stand up for long periods.We love her with all our hearts and we wish things will get easier for all of us in our life together.
Carolina said on May 9, 2019
My Mother unfortunately has passed on to the next World. I wish to honour her by telling in short what a Mother she was:



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shazza said on May 9, 2019
You're missing the none of the above choice...my mum is a real two faced b@#$h and treated me like shit. My younger sister got all her love and attention while I got ignored 😔
The perfectionist/over-achiever (always on the go, productive, organised, etc)
Natasha said on May 9, 2019
Mum is a relaxed down to earth kinda Mum who is easy to talk with, a deep listener, and has a hug that you can just stay in and feel safe and loved.
Andrea said on May 9, 2019
I don't know where to start and frankly I don't think you'd really want to know. Better forgotten!!!!
The Socialite (loves to regularly attend events with friends and family)
Karen said on May 9, 2019
Unfortunately Mum is no longer with me but I hear her laughter ring in my ears and it makes me smile as she was very much a young person at heart and gone too soon, She taught me to cook to sew to play canaster, all at a young age she taught me about gardening about taking care of animals and more significantly she taught me about having compassion even when your life is not great, she was a fighter that had fears a...
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The Free soul (enjoys travelling, self-care and/or flexibility in life)
Rebecca said on May 9, 2019
My Mum is 81 and has had a very full and happy life. She and Dad are still living in their own home, but they now need help with some tasks such as cleaning. She always cooked meals, home made cakes and biscuits and even her own jams. She made clothes via sewing and knitting, and for years has been a devout Christian, and active in her church.
The perfectionist/over-achiever (always on the go, productive, organised, etc)
Wendy said on May 9, 2019
My Mum is 90 now and still living in her own home. She has just hired a gardener in the last few months, instead of doing everything in the yard herself. She has always worked hard and is a great cook, knitter, sewer and crocheter. When we were at school, she was always making things for school fetes and stalls.