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Kick PCOS in the Teeth and Celebrate the Woman Within

Yesterday was not a good day for me. For some reason I just woke up down and as hubby says, I “lost my spark”. Even things that normally brighten my day weren’t helping yesterday. By the time 3 o’clock rolled round, things hadn’t gotten any better and I was just as miserable.

Sometimes PCOS just plain sucks!

You see, sometimes PCOS just plain sucks (well, most of the time it does!) and some days it’s easier to cope with than others. Yesterday was a downer day I guess.
Kick PCOS in the TeethI really feel that PCOS impacts on the core of who we are as women. Our bodies don’t do what they were designed to do and we have little control over what is going on. The extra weight and unwanted hair growth makes us feel anything but feminine.

But, it’s time to fight back and celebrate the woman within! You know what I did at 3:30 yesterday afternoon? I started over and took some time for Tarryn. I had a long shower, straightened my hair, put some fresh clothes and make up on. It didn’t completely resolve my blues but I felt so much better for it.

It is sometimes the small victories that matter when thinking positive about how PCOS can make us feel.

So, here is my challenge to you: Today, kick PCOS in the teeth and nurture your womanhood and femininity. Do something that’s just for you, that will make you feel every bit of the woman you are.

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Tarryn Poulton

Tarryn Poulton

Tarryn Poulton is a PN1 Certified Nutrition Coach and PCOS expert who has been a leader in the online PCOS space for over 8 years. Tarryn has the support of leading clinicians from around the world who support her scientific approach to understanding and talking about PCOS this includes all medical journals and ongoing research. You can read more about Tarryn and the team here.

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  1. Dear Tarryn,
    you’ re such an inspiring role model! I am honestly a little bit of a drama queen in my everyday life-drama queen being an euphemism- but there are moments when I find in myself the strength that makes you get up, treat yourself to a home-spa day and try to feel beautiful again! May I propose a PCOS-gals diary where each one of us describes the ways in which she managed to overcome the blues and feel feminine again..? Just a thought!
    I wish you the best and when having days like that remember that you inspire and help a lot of us! And for that you truly are beautiful!

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