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PCOSPunk

Blaming a disease on my poor personal choices is dumb- so I’m here to take responsibility for the body I chose and I’m here to make it better

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Favorite Health Food: Almonds

My Preferred Method of Exercise: Walking

My Weight Loss Program: I don't follow a program

My Diet Plan: KetoDiet

Fitness/Exercise Apps: MyFitnessPal

Fitness Devices: I don't use a device

TIME PERIOD: All 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
-0.6% Since last weigh-in-1.8 lbs
-0.6% 1-Month Change-1.8 lbs
-1% Lifetime Change-2.8 lbs

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PCOSPunk

03/17/2019 9:53PM in FATGIRLFEDUP'S MARCHING INTO YOUR BEST SELF - via iPhone
Hi, I’m brand new here and could not be more pumped to do this. I was one of the youngest people in the US diagnosed with PCOS at the age of 8. It’s been 16 years since that diagnoses and I’ve finally decided to stop using my disease as an excuse to neglect my body and my health. I want to be proud of my body and proud of my life- my weight is not PCOS’ fault- it’s mine. At 8 years old I was absolutely horrified by my stretch marks that gave me curves and was miserably embarrassed when I had my first period at 9 because of PCOS. However, beyond those trivial things, every binge session, weekend on the couch, and time I’ve turned down activities because they were “too much exercise” was a choice. It wasn’t PCOS’ fault! It’s long overdue to hold myself accountable for myself in every part of my life.

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Jessie V.

Good for you! And hugs, that must have been tough for little you. Good luck-you’ve got this!

Shellie

Good for you. Mindset is EVERYTHING. Take responsibility and make those changes!