"The wifi went down so I called Telstra, while on hold my son got a tummy ache and ran to the toilet and spewed all over the floor, My toddler ran behind him wanting to play in it. I raced to stop him and slipped on the laundry floor that I had managed to flood ...
"I called my husband who literally did not understand, I find a lot of men have single focus, they see what they need to do and they want to get it done, they struggle to comprehend what it’s like to not ever be able to focus on one thing, to have 5 questions or urgent requests hitting you at once and to always be thinking about everything/everyone else.
"He came home and we fought, he couldn’t hear me I couldn’t hear him, he went to his sons room and l just sat on the floor in protest."
Constance said she ended up sitting on the floor in tears unable to cope in that moment in the chaos until her friend Tash walked in.
She wrote: "I got up and did the whole 'I’m fine, I’m fine, seriously, just having a moment.'
"But she didn’t believe me or accept me pushing her away. She made some calls - not the gossip calls, the right calls.
"Since that night, two of my husband's beautiful best friends have not left our house, cooking, working on the garden, patiently playing with kids, calming us all, Tash has organised a cleaner to help me and done Snows make up, loved everyone including me and all this love has rubbed off on my husband and I who will get through this."
Constance said that thanks to Tash she can do her real job right now, which is cuddling her babies while she will work on her relationship with Denim.