In 2013, my sisters told me that they have PCOS and that it’s hereditary. I looked up symptoms and surprise–it explains alot of my “unwomanly” struggles. (There’s so much that comes with it and I am only going to touch on a few things.)

I joined a Facebook support group for those with PCOS. I didn’t have health insurance (My insurance kicks in next year–so please don’t give me a speech.) and couldn’t make it to the doc to figure all this out. My depression/anxiety got really bad and I was trying to find a way to deal with it. Unknown to me until this year–it’s part of PCOS. Continue reading “PCOS”

Christmas Spirit

Made it through a week. It may seem silly thatĀ this week would mean so much. But, in all honesty, it does.

This is the first week I don’t remember shaking when the boys came home. I don’t remember shaking on my way to work. I don’t remember being super nauseous and having to force myself to eat.

Perhaps it is because I had a stupid cold–no energy available to go anywhere else and the people that bother me at work weren’t there (probably not it).

Don’t get me wrong, I am stillĀ exhausted. Continue reading “Christmas Spirit”