If you need support on a challenging issue happening in your life where you don’t want to be identified, we offer a FREE service to post anonymously on behalf of the members of the North Shore Mums Facebook page.
With thousands of members in our online community, we receive a huge number of anonymous post requests, so we do need to be selective about the posts that we choose to publish and we also suggest other options for support.
We will only post things that are sensitive in nature (for example, early pregnancy, mental illness, relationship issues), but not the ones that contain information that most of us that most of us have to deal with (such as toilet training, child sleep issues).
We will not post any medical questions that can be answered by a discussion with your GP. If in doubt, ALWAYS see a doctor.
Search the group first!
Before submitting a request for an anonymous post, we would ask you use the ‘search’ function in the North Shore Mums Facebook group. From a desktop, click on the magnifying glass and type the keyword. Many questions have already been asked before!
Ask a friend
If you’ve got a good friend who you trust, you could also ask them to post a question on your behalf.
We also have a list of free hotline support lines who can provide help. Click here to see the list.
If you are in an abusive relationship and want help to leave, read this practical, no nonsense, step-by-step guide.
Anonymous posts will only be posted between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
In order to us to verify that you are a genuine member of North Shore Mums, you must use your real name and valid email address when submitting your question. If we are unable to ascertain that you are a member, we will not post the question. Please be assured that all posts are treated with discretion.
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