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AM I MY SISTERS KEEPER?

Updated: Oct 21, 2021

The Importance of Sisterhood







As I look at news reports that show thousands of women being killed in the hands of men all over country at a rapid rate. I always think to myself how this could have been prevented. Did they have a woman around them that could have been their saving grace in the darkest time.



A Sisterhood can create strong connections that last forever, whilst also bringing a sense of belonging to people who might feel isolated and alone. Having a sense of belonging is so important to all women and girls, and the acceptance from the group can help individuals show acceptance and growth within themselves.

To each person, Sisterhood may mean something different, however, it encapsulates an unconditional alliance between like-minded individuals who empower and lift one another. At Wife Tribe we aim to strengthen this bond and encourage each other to become part of an everlasting community.


A Sisterhood can help personal wellbeing through female connections that have been scientifically supported to help individuals thrive. Studies have shown that female connections and friendships are likely to decrease one’s stress levels which can ultimately help improve mental health. Another study demonstrated that the number of friends that a woman had was associated with the number of impairments that occurred later in life, as well as impacting the quality of life of an individual. Having a strong Sisterhood can help improve a woman’s life through the strong emotional bonds that are formed.


Finally, as more than just a friendship, a Sisterhood implies that the bond between them is forever and unconditional through all phases of life. A true Sisterhood not only celebrates the happy times but also supports and comforts during tough times. No matter what, a sister is always there for you.


If you haven’t already you can become a part of our Sisterhood. JOIN US

Go to our contact/mentorship section on our website and fill out the form.

We look forward to you becoming a new sister.


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