It happened broke down crying. Hard! This is all my fault, you think to yourself. 

You continue to degrade yourself over your goes on for an hour or more.

“I let myself get this way. If I could only lose the weight, I could...get pregnant...feel better...find a partner...feel good about myself.”

“My hair is falling out and my face is breaking out...ugh! Why is there hair growing on my face?! I am so fluffy...I will just be fat forever!”

We all say these things to ourselves, but we would never say them to our best friends. 

We beat ourselves up over a condition that our doctors may not even fully understand, much less ourselves.

Your right...Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is tough! It is not fair! 

Damn straight it is not, but why is that your fault? Why do you say those mean things to yourself? IT IS NOT YOUR FAULT! 

Ladies, it is time to stop shaming ourselves over this condition! 

Would you believe me if I told you that PCOS is a condition that once upon a time, served women? 

I am willing to bet this is a hard one for you to believe, but there are some researchers out there that believe this is the case. However, our modern world makes it harder for us cysters to receive the benefits of this condition.

While I will skip this lesson for now...know this is not your fault. 

So let’s address perspective for a bit...This is a bit about my story and my outlook. 

Hopefully it will help you change your mindset, your perspective, and find the light in what may feel like darkness. are so worthy of good health, feeling good in your body, and love! The way the world functions today is not in your control. 

What is in your control? Speaking life over yourself! Learn about your condition. (There are many drivers to PCOS.) Understand that there are some many tools out there for you to use. Getting with your doctor and asking questions to come up with a plan that you both feel good about. (That may also include finding a doctor who is willing to work with you as well.)

If you are in need of a community to help you better understand your condition as well as ladies to support you...this community, Thriving with PCOS, is here to serve you. Come join us!

You are worthy, 



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