Q. Are you a worrier and if so how do you manage that?
A. Yes I am a worrier, I always have been. Since I was a little girl I have suffered from panic attacks. Anything and everything could set me off like a scary movie for example. I worry and then I think if it’s nothing that you can change at that moment or ever then I realize it and move on, but it takes a little while.
Q. Are you settling for less than what you are worth and capable of?
A. When I was a child I never wanted to have kids, I wanted a career and that was it but I had my first child in my teens and that made me change my thinking. After that I just wanted to be a mother so we had another 2 children. If I still want the career I can still have it so yes I feel I am living my worth and I feel fulfilled.
Q. What is your biggest struggle in life? What do you struggle with the most?
A. At this point in time I am not struggling with anything, life is good.
Q. When things don’t go the way you want them to go, how do you handle the disappointment?
A. I probably talk it out with my husband. Once I have talked to him about it he helps me to understand things from the other person’s perspective and I feel better. Often we can be one eyed and a third parties opinion can be really helpful.
Q. What brings you the most joy in your life?
A. My husband and my 3 beautiful children definitely bring me the most joy.
Q. If your partner could ask you to start doing one thing to make them happier, what do you think that would be?
A. More sex definitely, wouldn’t it be the same for every man.
Q. If you could change something in your life right now, what would it be?
A. I would like to move into a bigger house in a different suburb, for better schools and more things for the kids to do.
Q. What is the most valuable lesson you have learnt in your life?
A. From becoming a mother I have learnt that you can take others advice but you are always going to learn by your own mistakes. When you are a first time mum people always want to give you advice and that advice may work for them and their kids but it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to work for me and my kids. Everyone does things differently and they can all be right in their own way.
Q. What is your biggest downfall or the one thing you could change that would make you a better person right now?
A. I could consider myself more and take more time out for me. It is always about the kids and I never really think of myself.
Married with 3 young children