Shelly Pittoors

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Shed off Shame

II will be shaving my head for mental health awareness, and my mother will be joining with me.

Although this is not the general cause to shave our heads for, its is a cause that we are passionate about. Educating people on mental health awareness is important to us both, as we have also fought with our own mental struggles. The more conversations on this topic surely normalize the conversations, so that less and less people feel the need to hide their truth.
In a metaphoric sense we are releasing ourselves from the image constraints that society places on our image. In this modern day it is our image which transcends all good thoughts towards ourselves, forsaking what really matters. Our physical appearance, our clear mind and our health should all be aligned. 
The hair that we shave will also be donated to a good cause, contributing towards making wigs for those in need. We must donate no less than 35.5cm, that's 14inches. So if you are wondering the amount to donate then either $1 for every inch or centimeter that we are donating. 

I hope that you will support us in our efforts to bring awareness on topics that matter.

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Thank you everyone who has taken the time to read, share, listen and hopefully you have learned something valuable. 
I am deeply grateful today that I got to be on the part of the journey with Jordan to hopefully 🤞🏼 make a difference to someone. 
Thanks to my beautiful daughter, I am constantly learning about something. She is the kindest and most loving human I know. And for that I am eternally grateful. 
She helps me to remember that life has joy 🤩 sparked through it. We just hopefully start seeing and appreciating more moments. 

Check out a couple photos below ⬇️ 

Update lol 😂

So this event has been a very interesting journey for me. I’m not a fan of social media. So entertaining this platform has aggravated my mental health issues. Funny not funny. 
My personal journey has included attempted suicide more than once unfortunately.
Many years of therapy and losing many friends over the years. Not a lot of people have stuck by me. Jordan has. Thankfully ❤️‍🩹💝🎁

Gratefully I’m still here on this life’s journey. It does get better with loving support. 

I’m finding better language around my history. Learning not to take everything so personal, that’s hard, but nevertheless learning and wanting to continue to learn. I can’t do that by myself. I don’t always want to pay for it either. And I don’t want my beautiful daughter to feel responsible to be that person all the time. 

My daughter, beautiful Jordan, has never had very short hair, so this is massive for her. And to top it off, she’s doing so in favour of supporting her mentally challenged mother 🙃🥹❤️‍🩹

I’m very blessed. White Ribbon Australia through 1800RESPESCT have helped me navigate some extremely difficult times lately. Please show you read and pay attention around you. 

Let’s help everyone 🎁❤️‍🩹💝🙏🏼

Thank you 😊

Thank you for all the support for Jordan and I. I’m touched by your kindness. ❤️‍🩹🙏🏼

S.O.S. Shed Off Shame

I’m joining Jordan in this endeavour to help open conversations with those who are ‘crying out to be heard’, ‘no one knows how I feel’, ‘no one would like me if they knew…’, to name a few ways  of thinking un- healthily. Shame appears as ‘not good enough’, I don’t matter’, unworthy, unvalued, bad or deficient, broken…etc. 

We all sometimes need help navigating through life’s many challenges. I know I definitely did, (and still do).  Loads of it. And I was pretty good at pretending I had it all together when really I did NOT. 

I have spent many years hiding in shame from my feelings, thoughts and all the things that happened to me. As I come from a family that also has had generations of crap that had not been addressed, I am learning how to navigate these important things about life as an adult.

I currently have a regular appointment with a professional to help me with everything. This will be long term for me. I’m grateful that when things are too much or too hard to navigate I can use 1800RESPECT for assistance. White Ribbon supports this hotline and I am so grateful for their help and kindness. 

I feel privileged that I am able to heal along with my daughter. Her compassion for me has helped me be more compassionate to myself. I’m honoured that she likes me even when I’m dealing with things I’m still needing to learn about. 

Please support us through our fundraising efforts to bring awareness and create a space for compassionate change . We invite you to open up your heart and hold space for those around us who are needing to learn how to have a voice. 
We ALL MATTER. Let’s help others that were often not listened to, be HEARD, so that shame doesn’t make us hide,  isolate, increase our already un-healthy thinking; but increase our connections and deepen our conversations . We can support healing for each other. 

Thank you to my Sponsors


Georgina Llanes


Reghan Ottenson


Daniel T


Stanley Longworth

Kick ass Shelly!


Marlon Malic


Inna Maniaval

Thanks for raising such a wonderful, kind, generous and positive daughter!


Daniella Hernandez

I love you honey. You got this! Xx


Sammy And Nathan


Tony Mihaljevic


Steven Dewey


Trscey Mcalpine



Proud of you and looking forward to seeing it all off


Kristi Wade





Go girls!!!!


Anthony Bava


Kendall Harvey







Alexandra Miller-woods

A cause close to my heart. Thank you for both for opening the conversation x


Jason Pepene

Well done to you and Jordan!



Thank you for doing this !!!


Drift Ishter

So proud to know you babes!


Jenna Formby

Go Shelly! What a courageous way to raise awareness and support charity. ❤️


Ali Beltran



Congrats – what a great achievement, ladies! 🎉👏 It accentuates your natural beauty.



You are amazinv