Let's get the positive vibes flowing by sharing something great about bubhub.
When did bubhub save your bacon?
What's your funniest bubhub moment?
Who has been a massive help to you?
ETA these are just ideas, as long as it positive share whatever.
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03-05-2016 17:43 #1
Last edited by mummymaybe; 03-05-2016 at 18:20.
03-05-2016 17:52 #2
Bubhub has changed my perspective on life, no joke. I am a million times less judgemental after being taught on BH that we do not know what anyone else is going through. I feel like it has made me a nicer person because I don't engage in gossip or b!tch about people; I just deal with first hand information. I guess that comes down to a few members who I can't pinpoint but who continue to drive the message that we all have our own $hit going on and each deal with it differently.
03-05-2016 17:57 #3
I have health anxiety and worry excessively over my kids' health. Instead of letting it build up or go to GP constantly, my posts asking for advice are nearly always met with great advice, some good ideas and reassurance. This supportive bunch saves me from being medicated !!! @J37 often helps out
I really enjoy @delirium posts @Elijahsmum gives good advice also
Last edited by bel2466; 03-05-2016 at 18:02.
03-05-2016 17:59 #4
@JR03 I feel the same way. I find myself stopping and thinking about what's happened to that person that day rather than feeling annoyed.
There are 2 things for me that have made me feel like bubhub is the best community ever.
1) the ladies who helped me fix my Beetroot stained hands minutes before I hosted a dinner party. Salt and lemon juice did the trick.
2) every single person who offered advice support or virtual hugs during our sons diagnosis and stillbirth. These were and still are the darkest days of my life and I couldn't have one it without you all.
03-05-2016 18:00 #5
big shout out to the marvelous March mummies, I've found you ladies amazing. the support and advice and just the ability to vent and have everyone listen has been wonderful. both during pregnancy and after the birth of ds. it's like our own virtual mothers group ☺️
I generally find the hub to be a supportive place. it's a bit of a safe haven away from your real life where, with the benefit of anonymity, you can b.tch and whinge and vent about your real life, ask for advice, or just chat!
03-05-2016 18:03 #6
Bubhub is a fabulously supportive place! It helped me not too feel alone while I struggled with baby-induced sleep deprivation. It's made me belly laugh as we debated sandwich fillings, garys, and the merit of hundreds and thousands.
Heck, I love this place despite the fact that most people probably still think I'm @BettyW! After all, if you have to be mistaken for someone she's a pretty awesome bubhubber to be mistaken for. 😉
03-05-2016 18:06 #7
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03-05-2016 18:07 #8
My funniest moment was the last awards night thread. I was in stitches. @White Mage kept posting these amazing gifs. A close second would be @Tamtam and her post on Degrassi's Gary thread. I read it every few months to cry with laughter.
I just think people don't realise how much their words and actions can lift others. A simple thanking of someone else's post, or some kind supportive words are noticed by people much more than we think.
03-05-2016 18:08 #9
Bubhub in general was amazing when I had my DD. It gave me somewhere to "go" and something to enjoy during the first few newborn weeks. I also found a breastfeeding support thread that was great, helped me so much with understanding the vast expanse of "normal".
There's been no one time it's saved my bacon, but the parenting and general tips I have read along the way are invaluable.
I love that I'm not very active on here, and yet the few times I have engaged with other members I have always been treated well, not like a stranger at all!
03-05-2016 18:09 #10
To EVERYONE who offered support after DS was born and he was crying and I was crazy. I will never forget the day I left my crazy mum's group in tears and posted in BH from the car about how I was feeling. People shared their stories, they offered advice, support, virtual hugs, and private messages.
Now, 18 months on, that seems like a lifetime away but I'll never forget.
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