Day 11: Why do you believe you have the illness? Bad luck? A higher power? Or something else?
It's truly my belief that everyone has a cross to bare. For me, I have several all under the umbrella of PCOS. Even my thyroid condition is a manifestation of the PCOS.
I could get angry and think I'm cursed or being punished, but that's just silly.
This is my challenge, this is something that has happened that is not my fault.
I can't change my genetics. I can't change the diagnosis either.
What I can do is pay attention to my body.
I can talk to my doctors about anything I'm experiencing.
I can network with other women and voice my concerns.
I can remain well educated and well versed and keep up on the latest research.
I can fight back by making healthy choices for my life.
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