Facebook can be a blessing or a curse. You can find anything on it, funny videos, cute videos, poems, quotes, recipes, clothing, friends, family, you can even find heart break on it. Sometimes if you are lucky you can find articles that can change how you feel and think.
Since you all know I have PCOS, something you don’t know is that it’s been really hard for me to come out and say it, it’s hard for me to even talk about it. I am getting better, with support from my family, some friends, and a community I found on Facebook. It’s hard to talk about it because of everything I’m dealing with, all the side effect, the fact that I may or may not be able to have children. The fact that if/when I do find a boyfriend or fall in love what will the guy think, will he find me unattractive, will he stick around, will he love me even when he realizes all my side effects. Will he want to be with me knowing all of this?
Dealing with these things going through my mind the past couple of months, I came across an article on Facebook by Thought Catalog. It’s about loving a women with PCOS. It talks about all of my insecurities and what the guy will have to do and deal with. Reading the article was like I wrote it. It felt like it was me talking. This article was exactly what I needed to read, and I’ll be seeing if my boyfriend will read it also.
I attached the article below. I suggest giving it a read or sharing it.