Do you feel like a Polycystic Ovary Syndrome failure? Please trust me when I say you are not. Why? Let’s take a look…
If you’ve taken action and are beginning to implement positive lifestyle changes to conquer your PCOS signs and symptoms, a big congratulations! I applaud you. This is not always easy, but every step forward helps. And although you may not see big changes immediately, they are excitingly happening on the inside. They’re getting ready to bust out and show the world what you’ve achieved and are achieving! Just be patient and remember, healing is a process, not an event.
If you haven’t taken action yet, I want you to really ask yourself, what are you waiting for?
There are so many things that can get in the way of our success, but often the uncomfortable truth – the underlying real reason – may be… us. There is no blame here, just a need to identify what it is that may be stopping you. You are not a Polycystic Ovary Syndrome failure at all, but you may be overlooking the key cause of your failure to thrive.
Find somewhere private, safe. Take a piece of paper and a pen. Allow yourself to open your mind, to disconnect with your judging self, and to be truthful, open, honest about what is stopping you.
Ask yourself questions like these (some questions, and their answers, may be confronting):
* Are you taking the steps you need to?
* Are you doing enough to get the results you consciously want?
* If not, why not?
* Is there some benefit to your problem?
i.e. do you subconsciously wish to remain overweight because you feel safer
i.e. do you wish to remain infertile because you are scared of another miscarriage or being a ‘bad’ parent
i.e. by remaining as you are now, you fit in well with your family
I, at times, hear women give me many ‘reasons’ why they can’t make this or that change. I remember talking to someone about simply growing some herbs. I was told they had no space, but even if there is next to no space, you can grow some rosemary (great for oestrogen detoxification!) in a small pot in the kitchen or hung on an outside wall. When I suggested this, I was again meet with an ‘I can’t’ (such a dangerous term). It was then I realised that, for this lovely lady, there was something else going on. Something deeper, something maybe she was not aware of.
So, really try and open up to yourself. It is first awareness and self acceptance of who you are and where you are at (and no matter where this is it is ok, and a perfectly good place to start your journey to success) that is a key to stopping any perceived Polycystic Ovary Syndrome failure.
To better understanding yourself!
From PCOS to perfect health, with love,
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