Unconditionally Her

 

UNTOLD and Cadenshae are partnering together to showcase a diverse collection of women who speak from the heart about motherhood, women empowerment and societal pressures. By sharing our stories with each other, we give validation to our fears and vulnerabilities from a voice that can be heard outside our thoughts.   Our stories come from courage and expose the veil of self-doubt to speak our truths in a world that is still, prone to silence. When we use our voices, we share collective experiences that can create unity, which brings us closer together, transforming fears into acceptance and validation.

Are you a woman with an UNTOLD story?  Maybe you’re a struggling mom, or perhaps a woman shattering the glass ceiling.  Whoever you are, there’s hope and inspiration for others in your journey.  Share your story today.

For more women-inspired content, we invite you to join our Unconditionally Her community at UnconditionallyHer.com.   For more information on our friends at Cadenshae, visit them at Cadenshae.com.

Unconditionally Her.  Unconditionally You.  Send us your story today!

 

  • In September 2018, I had my first positive pregnancy test. A few short weeks later I saw a tiny heartbeat on a screen and knew with every fiber of my being that I was now a mother. I spent my pregnancy eagerly awaiting the birth...

  • When my daughter was 2 months old, my husband got out of the only job he knew for 10 years, the military. Job security, health insurance, and the life we knew as a couple. We were offered jobs closer to my family so we had...

  • The day I found out I was pregnant I was ecstatic, both positive pregnancy tests. My first pregnancy was no walk in the park. I threw up every day, even with medications. At 12 weeks had some bleeding but an ultrasound confirmed the baby was...

  • When I was 5 months pregnant with my second child, I experienced a pain like no other. At first, I thought it was tooth pain – as I had just been to the dentist to get a full check-up and some work done. I went...

  • Burdened with a mother’s guilt, she carries this weight heavily on her shoulders. As a single parent who works shift work, she can’t always be with her little boy and that tears at her heart. She wonders like we all do, “Am I doing enough?...

  • Postnatal depression (PND) or postnatal anxiety (PNA) does not discriminate. It can hit any mother at any time, no matter their personality type or background, so I’ve now learnt. Women who have never struggled with anxiety or depression can be cut down at the knees...

  • In 2011, according to the Center’s for Disease Control and Prevention 20,593 women in the United States were diagnosed with ovarian cancer. This is important because in October 2011, I was one of those women diagnosed. Unfortunately, 14,346 women in the US died, only 30% survived. My...

  • I’ve spent the last 8 years of my life chasing the American Dream. I’m incredibly grateful for the company that I’ve built and the lifestyle that it has given me. But recently I realized that I have spent so much time working that life has...

  • Dear Mom, I see you, and you’re doing great. No really, you are. I see you rocking your baby girl back to sleep at 4am, you’ve already been up three times overnight, and although you hug her close, I know you’re praying she goes down soon...

  • Dear Diary, I am a non-traditional student, I am a US Army veteran, I am a wife, and I am a mother. I am currently a senior at MTSU studying Photography. It has been tough to be a parent, spouse, and a student full-time, then...

  • Being diagnosed with breast cancer, having a bi-lateral mastectomy, dealing with the emotional trauma of telling my kids I had cancer to facing the psychological scars of survivor’s guilt has been part of my 2nd act. But when it comes to breast cancer I’m not...

  • She was simply enjoying a meal in the Oberor Hotel’s Tiffin Restaurant when two young men armed with AK-47’s began shooting. The date was November 26, 2008. Linda Ragsdale was on a meditation retreat. It was a time of learning, renewing and finding the treasured space of inner...

  • I have continuously suffered with infertility but through it all we have only been able to have Rayna, our rainbow baby. It has taken me a very long time to be able to tell our story, but it is ours and even though it is rough...

  • I have learned to accept people. People I know – who I thought would be by my side 100% of the way and then they disappeared – was it fear of the unknown or what they have known others to go through… was it too...

  • PURPOSE. It’s something that we are all pursuing. To walk in the true meaning of our existence. Allow me to take you on a journey about how my purpose was confirmed through my cancer diagnosis. I’d been battling acid reflux for a few years and...