Let’s Be Collaborators, Not Competitors!

by: Harriet Connor

As a mum, I know how easy it is to fall into the trap of seeing other mothers as competitors. When we meet another mum, we immediately start making comparisons; we want to know how we “rank” against her in different areas: our parenting, our appearance, our children, our cooking, our job etc.

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Do You Need an Instagram Reality Check?

By: Susan Sohn

Instagram has become the home for visual storytelling for everyone from celebrities, newsrooms and brands, to teens, musicians and anyone with a creative passion. Read more

Busyness is a Bully, Comparison is a Tyrant

By: Sheridan Voysey

Each of our lives is like a pilgrimage. There’s a starting point, a destination, and a journey in between with all sorts of twists, turns, joys and challenges. Read more

Crushing the Curse of Comparison

By: Sabrina Peters

Have you ever found yourself dissatisfied with your own life after looking at the person’s next to you? Read more


5 Ways to Deal With Unhealthy Mum Comparison

By: Amy Van Veen | Focus On The Family

After just one mothers group at a local community centre, new mum Claire* found it too negative an environment to go back.

“I felt like I was back in high school,” she said, adding that everyone seemed to be trying to prove their baby was best, comparing the development of their newborns and sizing up each other’s parenting techniques. Read more

How to be ordinary in an extraordinary world

Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens 2 Teen.

School is a place where kids learn to compare and talent is applauded. But there are three ways ordinary kids can find their extraordinary place in life and be happy with it.

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