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Did you know most of us have issues with our adrenal health?⁣ ⁣ Adrenal's love consistency.⁣ ⁣ They love to eat at the same time.⁣ ⁣ They love to sleep at the same time. Exercise at the same time.⁣ ⁣ They love nourishing slow moving exercise like Tai Chi, Qi Gong, meditation, restorative yoga, deep breathing and being present to your body, its needs and wants.⁣ ⁣ Am I hungry now I should eat now.⁣ ⁣ Am I thirsty now I should drink now.⁣ ⁣ Is my body telling me to rest?⁣ ⁣ Mostly we ignore the signals early on until the body screams out in pain or fatigue.⁣ ⁣ . ⁣ ⁣ .⁣ ⁣ .⁣ ⁣ Find out which supplements can support your adrenal health. Download my free Herbal Pharmacy recommendations in link above in my bio.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ https:doctorsabine.com/herbal-pharmacy⁣ ⁣ adrenalfatigue adrenalhealth stressreduction hpaaxisdysfunction herbs hormoneimbalance pms bloating alphamom moms menopause doctorsabine empoweredwomen pcos holisticgynaecology menopause ambitiouswomen ovariancysts lowlibido pms pmdd hormonalimbalance hormones bioidenticalhormones naturalremediesdepression postnataldepression perimenopause healthymama womenshealth

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I dedicate this poem to my problematic period that I have slowly but surely learned to love, the current full supermoon in Libra (an ode to my rising sign), and to PMDD awareness accounts like moodygirlofficial who relentlessly raise awareness about a topic that has been silenced for too long. 🔴

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I’m Victoria Crossman. I’m a magic and mindset mentor who teaches womxn how to heal and cope with depression , anxiety , mentalhealth , etc. using crystals , tarot, essentialoils , herbs , meditation , journaling , energywork and more. I'm multi-passionate and educated in multiple modalities I live with my wife and son and am also passionate about socialjustice and intersectionality within feminism. I believe shadowwork is vital to our growth and spiritual experience I’m also an entrepreneur, speaker, musician, artist, healer, and writer with mental illness. I have Chronic Depression, ptsd , pmdd (Pre-Menstrual Dystrophic Disorder), and (SAD) Seasonal Affective Disorder. I also have chronicpain due to scoliosis , sciatica , and herniated discs. I am comfortable with my ability to treat all of the above and make it a point to say they are not a part of my identity, but something I have I’ve found a spiritual path that has made it possible for me to be a functioning human being with tons of light and positivity on a more than regular basis. Through magic and mindset in addition to therapy, I’ve coped with mental illness and been able to persevere through fear and insecurity. Now I help others do the same. 💜

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Hahahaa "Hold my wine" as I take a beautiful recording of our first Spring Equinox moon🌚🌠 together💐🐞🐿 We are blessed to see such magic from the heavens. Thank you to our Provincetown and Cape Cod neighbors for inviting us! 😍 The video just doesn't do justice.

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Calling all creatives with PMDD As part of PMDDawarenessmonth we want to share your work! Show us what you're got! Are you planning on showing any work or doing any work for Awareness Month? Let us know so we can big you up and show you off! PMDD PMDDpeeps PMDDwarriors

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Repost sparksandmatches ・・・ [Once a week, we share the story of a woman who has found her fire and is using it to spark change in the world around her. I hope these stories ignite something in you and push you closer to finding your own fire]⁣ —— Grace is like a phoenix—people keep lighting her on fire and she keeps rising from the ashes, beautifully aflame for what she knows is true.⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ Grace has been through a lot… something she’s courageously open about.⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ Her history of physical, sexual, mental, and cultural abuse does not define her, but all that trauma shaped her into the woman she is today. A woman boldly discussing how she survived her past, sharing how she survives her present, and passionate about helping other black women who have been through similar hellscapes of trauma and abuse.⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ She tells me that her own struggles and experiences highlight the need for resources and safe spaces for black women to heal a need that is confirmed by the stories that other women share with her on social media.⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ To that end, Grace is focusing on two particular areas of work right now:⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ 1. Learning how to love herself and figure out what she needs to be well (a radical act, considering our culture’s general lack of value for black women.)⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ 2. Creating resources to help other black women do the same thing… specifically, a book, a blog, and an online video chat support group.⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ Grace’s commitment to being well and telling her story are vivid examples of how she’s not just pointing the way… she’s leading the way by example.⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ Read the rest of Grace's story on the website (link in profile) and follow her grace_sandra Art by terrafirmastudio . sparkchange findyourfire blacklivesmatter blackwomenrock blackgirlmagic blackwomenhealing blackwomenmatter GraceSandra

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Posted withreposthealthoverallinc Women should not have to apologise for their hormones! Mood swings are not an inevitable part of being a woman they are a sign of hormonal imbalance. ⁣ .⁣ Did you know that your hormones can be out of balance even when you are on the birth control pill?⁣ .⁣ Studies have shown that there is an increased risk of depression with ALL types of hormonal contraception. This includes the oral contraceptive pill as well as the ring, patch and the IUD. This is a challenging concept for most people since a common belief surrounding hormonal contraceptives is that it is providing balance. Therefore, many women suffer with uncontrollable mood changes, and even depression, at the hands of their hormonal contraceptive without identifying this as the root cause. ⁣ .⁣ If you are not feeling like yourself, are moody or depressed, and notice that the severity changes throughout the month, there is an explanation! ⁣ Click on the Link in BIO to come chat with me and get your questions answered!⁣ .⁣ periodmonster hormones thepill birthcontrol naturopathicdoctor mensturation hormonebalance pms pmdd depression anxietyproblems moodswings moodswingsbelike myperiodmademedoit loveyourself loveyourbody ovary ovaryacted birthcontrolproblems naturopathicmedicine rootcausewellnessjourney nourishyourselfhealthyhappylife fitforme justbreathe inspirationdaily cleanliving hoalifestyle naturopath

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Idk how I got so lucky with such a loving and gentle dog man, but damn he really brightens my day. Going seven years strong and he’s still the best ESA or animal or entity that exists and most people that meet him would agree. He is so soulful, which I know seems odd for a dog for those that aren’t animal people, but his soul is so rich and I’m so blessed he loves me so much and knows when I need it most. bostonterrier mentalhealth mentalhealthawareness ptsd benzowithdrawal benzowarrior pmdd hsp infj esa lunar firstdayofspring fullmoon fulllove

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I weighed myself twice this morning. Seconds apart, there was a 10lb difference. I took that as an indicator it’s time for new scales. The last ones lasted 6 years, which isn’t bad. So I bought these fancy glass scales today by Salter. Going to do my first weigh in on them tomorrow morning! weight weightloss before beforeandafter health wellness chronicillness exercise food bmi bileacidmalabsorption rapidgastricemptying dumpingsyndrome reactivehypoglycaemia hypoglycaemia relaxation mentalhealth anxiety pmdd fitness weightlossjourney metabolism food scales salter bathroomscales weight

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You dont have clothes that fit because you thought you could lose the weight. You dont leave the house because nothing that fits looks right for the occasion. And you wont go shopping for clothes in your size because it makes you feel like you're giving up hope and accepting this is you now! Your depression and body dysmorphia grow because you feel defeated but you still have hope something will work, you just pray to find itand SOON! This was me, me for 2 years as I gained weight after having Mason and lost and gained the same 10 pounds over and over- never even getting down to the weight I was the day after i had him. I wouldn't go to the pool, wore the same gym clothes over and over till they basically fell apart, and wore cover-ups that made my armpits breakout because I wanted to hide my arm fatstaying covered was more important than comfort. The truth is I gained 15 pounds after I had Mason which totaled 40 pounds I had to lose to be back where I wanted to be. I struggled for years to drop weight but once I found supplements that delivered the results they promised- all my hard work fell together. When I started on weightloss journey I wanted a quick fix. I wanted to workout hard and restrict my diet and see results in the first couple of days. After a week or so when I was craving pizza or tacos I’d go into a “I’d rather be fat and enjoy my life than be skinny and miserable,” mindset and went out to fulfill that craving .⁣but i decided ⁣ I was DONE struggling to love my body, i just wanted to do the dang thing It was a mental shift- as it usually is! I created a plan where I can still enjoy my cravings (in MODERATION) and LOSE WEIGHT ⁣⁣ Please contact me if you want to make 2019 the year you stop hating on your body or just feeling like you need a health boost! I would love to chat about your current situation and how I can help 😊👍🏼⁣⁣ mombod momstrong fitmoms fitpregnancy fitnessmotivation myowninspiration momswholift momswhopowerlift liftheavy pushpullgrind dedication healthylife healthypregnancy ppd pmdd mindovermatter

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International Day of Happiness! I didn’t even know it was a thing, but it got me thinking. Especially since today happened to kind of be a day where I hit my PMDD symptoms early (it always starts with anxiety - this fist in my chest). Along with some other down thoughts of things or people in my life and I hit a little bit of sadness Then, my girlfriends started Marco Poloing me, along with one in particular who told me some very kind things that someone else said about me. I had no idea how much I needed to hear that right that moment. I told her so and told them what was going on for me and none of them dismissed any of it, they gave it a place for me to process and then I moved on Happiness. I am one of its biggest fans. I’m, to my core a very giggly, silly person who is all about the fun. I’m also someone who feels deeply, allows herself to really dig into the emotions that come up and does the work to sort through. Which rarely ever involves light, effervescent joyous emotions. I’m also not afraid to own any of those experiences. When I do sort - what follows is a relief that leads to the peace, joy, happiness and ability to walk lighter Basically, it’s okay not to be happy all the time (we, as human beings are meant to experience every human emotion). Working through emotions is what frees you from them and allows you to feel greater joy. Also, choose those friends who can sit with you in joy and whatever else comes. Scrolling through my photo album, looking for those big laugh photos just made me so grateful - because there are an awful lot more than 10. 😉 Happy happy day. 🤗 internationaldayofhappiness thoughtsbywhitney

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Please share the ❤ with our friends mevpmdd and vote 👇 Repost mevpmdd ( get_repost) ・・・ We just entered into the FedEx Small Business Grant Contest and need a little help from you lovely PMDD Warriors to VOTE us all the way to the top and get noticed by judges The grand prize is $50,000 which would make so many of our app design dreams possible: in-app peer support, exporting to pdf, desktop/tablet compatibility, expanded period/cycle tracking and predictions The list could go on and on, mind you, we do have an actual list and it is AMBITIOUS. There is so much to be done for our PMDD community. Help us get a little closer to our dreams with a vote VOTE Link in bio 💕 . pmdd pmddwarrior premenstrualdysphoricdisorder fedexsmallbusinessgrant fedex fedex

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I've created a PowerPoint presentation to share with my coworkers to raise PMDD awareness next month. But guess what? I'm also sharing it with you! You can find the link to download on my pinned tweet pmddpodcast on Twitter. It also includes my notes to help guide you and the discussion.

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PMDD stickers are being restocked today (just in the nick of time!) and I've got a couple of new designs coming for you as well as some little extras to throw in with your orders. Watch this space 👀 . This photo is from testing out the paper for my self-harm prevention temporary tattoos PMDDpeeps temporarytattoos stickerart stickershop stickerdesign tattoodesigns handtattoos handreference handart gothiclife gothart witchythings witchcraft witchesofinstagram🔮🌙 wiccansofinstagram tarotsphere asabovesobelow witchtattoo arthands artisthands womenwhodraw womenwithpencils australianart australianartist sydneyfreelancer illustratorsaustralia illustratorsaus

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Women should not have to apologise for their hormones! Mood swings are not an inevitable part of being a woman they are a sign of hormonal imbalance. ⁣ .⁣ Did you know that your hormones can be out of balance even when you are on the birth control pill?⁣ .⁣ Studies have shown that there is an increased risk of depression with ALL types of hormonal contraception. This includes the oral contraceptive pill as well as the ring, patch and the IUD. This is a challenging concept for most people since a common belief surrounding hormonal contraceptives is that it is providing balance. Therefore, many women suffer with uncontrollable mood changes, and even depression, at the hands of their hormonal contraceptive without identifying this as the root cause. ⁣ .⁣ If you are not feeling like yourself, are moody or depressed, and notice that the severity changes throughout the month, there is an explanation! ⁣ Click on the LINK IN OUR BIO to come chat with one of our doctors and get your questions answered!⁣ .⁣ periodmonster hormones thepill birthcontrol naturopathicdoctor mensturation hormonebalance pms pmdd depression anxietyproblems moodswings moodswingsbelike myperiodmademedoit loveyourself loveyourbody ovary ovaryacted birthcontrolproblems naturopathicmedicine rootcausewellnessjourney nourishyourselfhealthyhappylife fitforme justbreathe inspirationdaily cleanliving hoalifestyle naturopath

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Veggie tip! Ryan and I have been taking out this veggie tray while we make dinner so that we have something healthy to snack on in the process. I also made a healthy version of ranch and it’s delicious. This tray is $9.99 at Sams club so everything is chopped and ready to go! No excuses! And yes I felt like a doofus posing for this picture 😂.

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Not every spring is beautiful. The outside can look gorgeous and blooming but inside can be dark and sad. The transition to motherhood, shift in my marriage and move to Florida was suppose to be a happy time. Please don’t get me wrong, it was very happy at momentsbut it was also enormously stressful and overwhelming. Figuring out our marriage as parents and juggling the demands and stressors took its toll on us. Adjusting to our new life and postpartum changes often left me feeling depressed and lost. My shifting hormones and the reemergence of my PMDD was extremely overwhelmingly and there were times I asked myself if I would ever feel happy again. We made it through and we are stronger then ever. I do feel happy again. There were things I needed to take control of and one of them was making my self care a priority and my needs as well. Remember that life is like the seasons. Things shift, there are times of darkness and periods of great growth and prosperity. The key is to accept the season for what it is and that things WILL get better and know that this tooshall pass. 💐 springinspo stopandsmelltheroses postpartumdepression pmdd flowers walkthepath growth prosperity darkness truth vulnerability keepingitreal

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👋 I haven't felt myself truly myself in a long time. The stress of school consumes my entire being. Yesterday I gave myself space to move to feel. I have felt numb, heartache and sadness. On my way home leaving California I felt a shift happening. Butterflies are migrating right now in Cali and they were everywhere. Magical and it brought me joy and bliss. I felt a release of stress off my shoulders finishing 3 classes. My soul and higher self desiring to connect. I moved in my yoga practice slow and breathed. Tears began to run down my cheeks as the music moved my spirit. This is what I am missing. I am missing me the sensitive deep indigo soul that I am. The one who loves to be a free spirit. It is so important especially if you have PMDD to give yourself these pocket moments to yourself and your soul. To feel, feel what is deep on your heart and release it. 💋 Xo Love J.P. 💖 soulfood soullove freespirit

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Post leg day feels 😅 I don’t know what is but I’m fucking wiped today. Between yesterday’s leg day, a crazy busy week at work, all day on my feet today for a review game with my classes, and that hormonal shift from PMSI’m beat. I’m cranky and moody, thanks pmdd So instead of phoning it in at the gym for a half assed workout I’m staying at home tonight. Going to do some stretching and going to bed early. I’m hit hard tomorrow with morning HIIT and then after workout after work. Listen to your body and rest if you need it. Sometimes your mental health needs it too. restday getfit sore exhausted takingcareofmyself longdayatwork isitspringbreakyet teacher fitteacher stretching weightlossjourney humpday pmsproblems pmdd hormones almostsharkweek mentalheath

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I know I'm posting allot today! Bear with me! 😋 My goal for March has been to be active for 5 minutes every day. Sadly I've been sick with a cough and have just gotten better. Today was challenging in several ways and I felt so pumped after work so I put some tunes on and power walked to LadyGaga and i did it! 8minutes on the treadmill! It felt so good That and I installed my fitBit back onto my phone! I'm gonna install myfitnesspal and slowly start tracking my calories to create a deficit.Time to continue in my goals! Let's do this! socialphobicintrovert getfit weightloss progress mentalillness mentalhealth bipolardisorder socialanxietydisorder agoraphobia introvert selfcare nutrition habits cleaneating eatingdisorders pmdd premenstrualdysphoricdisorder sober sobriety hsp highlysensitiveperson dermotillomania jw

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Regular macro day means CARBS! Give me all the good carbs today. • Carb cycling - what is it? It is simply varying your carb intake. We have two low carb days and the rest of the week regular macro days. We cycle our carbs because long term restriction of carbs and calories can lower your metabolic rate and therefore adversely affect your hormones. • Carb cycling improves your insulin levels which in turn helps your body store less fat. Planned high carb days will increase your thyroid output which helps control hunger. Pairing high carb days with low carb days you will see increased fat loss, increase energy and improved body composition. • Carb cycling and intermittent fasting paired with effective workouts will help you bust out of a plateau and improve overall health and wellness. • Registration for my April 8th round is open Link in bio for more information. fasterwaytofatloss healthylifestyle liveboldly hashimotos fitafter40 fitover40 thisis46 fitmom pmdd nutrition

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I have decided to make this an off topic post but even still it is related in that it revolves around a few of the hormones involved with pregnancy… can you guess what it is? The topic I have chosen is pre-menstrual syndrome… I have chosen this as I am having a particularly bad PMS month, since ovulation to be precise I have had the whole lot, physical and psychological symptoms, and I have been feeling particularly crappy the last 24hrs. The crappy, I am not a very good woman, very good mum, very good wife and friend because I can’t seem to just suck it up kinda crappy… Today I thought a lot about the crappy feelings that I (and many others I am sure) experience on a monthly basis that are related to the menstrual cycle… why do I feel like a failure for being ruled by my hormones to a certain extent? Some months I think I won’t plan to do this or that because I know I am going to be like this, so in this way it is restricting. I remind my husband to be more patient with me as I might fly off the handle over the smallest of things and that I really don’t mean it… If the same thing happened a week or so earlier I wouldn’t have cared. I cancel plans because I doubt this and doubt that or I feel physically exhausted for no good reason and then spend the time regretting it or feeling worse for not getting out. I feel guilty for being rubbish especially as it is always with the people nearest and dearest to me, and there are only so many times even I can hear myself say ‘it is because I know I can be myself around you’ let alone what the person on the receiving end of it all feels like hearing it… And anyway, you muddle through thinking it will all be over soon… actually praying for your period (which is saying something), to then start all over again… dreading ovulation after a few days of relief… counting the days down and down…again and again… Continued in comments 👇 👍 pms pmsproblems pmdd pmddawareness severepms hormones rollercoaster shitshow upanddown youarenotalone PMSALERT

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It’s a day late, but better late than never On today’s PMDD Diaries Podcast episode I am chatting with Brett the Co-Founder & CEO of Me v PMDD Brett shares her story and gives us the 411 on the Me v PMDD symptom tracker The link to Brett’s episode is in my bio above!💕 . If you love this episode or any of the others please rate and review! The more 5 star ratings we get the more eyes and ears that stumble upon the podcast- in turn spreads awareness Thanks for listening! I love you guys! Remember you are not alone on your PMDD journey! 💋

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Flow into Spring Yoga challenge day 3 is mindfulness and meditation. I’ve learned the hard way that meditating can either be good, or bad. We can chose to meditate on the negative aspects of our lives, or we can chose to meditate on the blessings and the positive. We can meditate on the new revelations God is giving us. We can meditate on God’s Grace, love and goodness. We can be mindful of our actions and if we are bringing Heaven to Earth in all we do. Being mindful and meditation isn’t a scary thing. It’s a place to be aware of who you are in Christ and the amazing life you’ve been given. flowintospringyogis mindful meditation theyarentbadwords pray yoga plussizeyoga holyyoga intention heart bestill breathe bodypositiveyoga yogisofinstagram pmdd

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Happy Spring! ☀🌻🐞🐦💜🐛🐝🐣🌿🌺 I was born in spring! May baby here 👶 Still migraine-free, though I feel like the world is testing me this week. There is a full moon tonight, which have lined up with my migraines in the past. Just got a notification of a solar flare on the sun, which can affect humans and technology here on earth. Also, I'm experiencing the monthly PMDD symptoms and it's messing with my good keto feelings! Heart palpitations, anxiety, stress, overwhelmed, weight gain, light headache, cramps, back pain. I'm just crossing my fingers I make it through this cycle without a migraine! It's too nice out to be hiding. springequinox happyspring springishere migrainelife pmdd solarflare fullmoon supermoon chronicpain menstrualcycle mooncycle suncycle ugh taurus Keto ketolife

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GYNECOLOGICAL HEALTH Ask WOMANCARE - We are here for you and your questions. Let's face it, life can get way more complex when you're a . On top of all of the emotional and physical changes you go through, there are more choices and decisions to make and more stresses from school, activities, jobs, family and even friends. ​Confidentiality is our promise to you ✅ After school appointments ✅ Yearly pap test ✅ Education and prevention ✅ Adolescent development ✅ Exercise and healthy habits ✅ STD prevention ✅ Hygiene Birth control options ✅ Girls 13 and older ✅ Menstruation issues ✅ Sexual issues ✅ HPV vaccine millennials pms hormones period pmdd naturalhormones depression birthcontrol bloating health youngadult ambitiouswomen prevention htp westernmedicine hormonedoctor regulate std symptoms awareness teenhealth healthyhabits afterschool organic weightloss menstruation sexual

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Today someone told me they have a condition that makes them come across as brash and abrasive and that people have to adjust to them and just live with it. Can I do that? 😂 But seriously! You cannot excuse bad behavior because of a biological condition! I can’t, heck people think I don’t accept my “blame” in having this disorder 🤬 I will post the message if you don’t believe it! wth But it really doesn’t excuse me being a raging jerk or does it? Do we blame the person or tumor when a patient has behavior affect? Does no one see the correlation? Or is it just me? mevpmdd realtalkkim iapmdglobal viciouscyclepmdd I am asking you ladies because this is a big piece of my current step and I am getting tired of accepting blame I had no choice in, but if you say i must then I will work on that. helpasisterouthere yesmypmddisactive roughday youcansee pmdd youjusthavetoknowwheretolook theeyes themouth theskin itsallchanged goingin and comingout ihaveto work tocontrol toaccept tounderstand thatmyillness isntaccepted isntunderstood its mylotinlife

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Been there littlenectar 🚲 🤸🏻‍♀️ 😂

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INTERNATIONALHAPPINESSDAY 😁⠀ .⠀ It’s no secret that a lot of women experience changes in mood at particular times of their menstrual cycle, and in extreme cases this is a diagnosis of PMDD (pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder).⠀ .⠀ 🤸🏾‍♀️Exercise can help by giving you a boost of endorphins and serotonin - two naturally occurring chemicals in the body that are linked to increased happiness⠀ .⠀ It’s also important to find strategies that make YOU feel happy, and implement them at times in your cycle when you need them most. ⠀ .⠀ We want to know what puts a smile on YOUR face… is it a coffee with a friend, a morning walk, or a long hot bath? Let us know in the comments below 👇⠀ happy happyandhealthy endorphins

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I love this man. (Sorry for the blurry pic, gimme a break it’s from 8 years ago.) We’ve been through a lot. Like A LOT, a lot. From sickness, health, rich, poor, etc. There isn’t anything we haven’t overcome, really. I’ve known my husband for almost 23 years. We were each other’s first love when we were younger and found each other again 13 years ago. I didn’t have an elaborate wedding. We went to the courthouse and had a special dinner with 2 friends and immediate family. I don’t have a diamond. Does it bother me? Not terribly. There are more important things to worry about. Sure, we fight. We’re both passionate people. But we’ve also learned about the importance of communication, and being aware of how you react to not so ideal situations, that we don’t fight too much anymore. Fact: marriage isn’t easy but it’s worth it if you fight for it. You’re not always going to agree, you’re not always going to be in the best of moods but if you learn to communicate respectfully and be aware of your own reactions and sometimes even (gasp) apologize when you lose your cool, even if you don’t want to, there’s a good chance shit’ll work out exactly as it needs to. **please note, my husband does NOT partake in cannabis consumption** supportyourspouse spousepartnership loveyourspouse marriage love partnership PMDD PTSD PMDDAwareness PTSDAwareness PMDDCommunity PMDDwarrior premenstrualdysphoricdisorder medicalcannabis medicinalcannabis medicalcannabispatient medicinalcannabispatient ilmedicalcannabis ilmedicalcannabispatient ilmmj ilmcp cannafam cannabis endthestonerstigma cannabisculture ilcannabisculture cannabiscommunity ilcannabiscommunity

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Workout Wednesday ✅ • I am now actually ABLE to do full push ups! Let me tell you how much of an accomplishment that is for me! 😉 • I can’t even explain how my lack of arm strength has been my number one vice. I have strong legs but I’ve never had strong arms.🙌 • I am so stoked about this non-scale victory💪 • Whatever goals you have, you can achieve them! Whether it be run after your , do a full push up, carry groceries, hike a mountain, stop smoking, start eating healthy, etc. • YOU are all you need to become your best you!🌈🦄🤸🏻‍♀️ enjoythelittlethings lovewhatyoudo personaldevelopment teamacciofitness selfimprovement strength weightloss pcos pmdd bipolar awareness pcosweightloss gainstrength loseweight loveyourself fitwitch wellnesswitch coffee youareworthit

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Colossians 3:23- "whatever you are doing work at it whole souled as for Jehovah and not to men" Times I feel I have a mediocre job That I'm JUST A SIMPLE cashier at a nearby convenience store I have to remind myself that I serve God. To Him I need to do my absolute best. My worth does not cling to what I do for a living but more so how I serve Him in all aspects of my life! Sobering reminder. ❤️ socialphobicintrovert parttimework retail cashier progress mentalillness mentalhealth bipolardisorder socialanxietydisorder agoraphobia introvert selfcare nutrition habits cleaneating eatingdisorders pmdd premenstrualdysphoricdisorder sober sobriety hsp highlysensitiveperson dermotillomania jw

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Today I am proud of myself. I got up early, showered, dried my hair, did my makeup and worked a 5hr shift All of these are SUPER hard to fulfill on a day to day basis and I honestly strugglebut I did it! For that I am happy 😊 One day at a time socialphobicintrovert mentalillness mentalhealth bipolardisorder socialanxietydisorder agoraphobia introvert selfcare nutrition habits cleaneating eatingdisorders pmdd premenstrualdysphoricdisorder sober sobriety hsp highlysensitiveperson dermotillomania

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We just entered into the FedEx Small Business Grant Contest and need a little help from you lovely PMDD Warriors to VOTE us all the way to the top and get noticed by judges The grand prize is $50,000 which would make so many of our app design dreams possible: in-app peer support, exporting to pdf, desktop/tablet compatibility, expanded period/cycle tracking and predictions The list could go on and on, mind you, we do have an actual list and it is AMBITIOUS. There is so much to be done for our PMDD community. Help us get a little closer to our dreams with a vote VOTE Link in bio 💕 . pmdd pmddwarrior premenstrualdysphoricdisorder fedexsmallbusinessgrant fedex fedex

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The last couple of days have been really hard. It's PMDD week and the symptoms have been so sporatic this month. Each day I feel like a completely different person. One day I'm really angry, the next I'm extra sensitive, and now all I want is to be around my close family and friends.⁣ -⁣ It also doesn't help with personal things going on right now. I can't tell if my PMDD is clouding my judgement or letting my true thoughts come to light. Either way I'm very confused. ⁣ -⁣ No woman ever looks forward to her period but I truly loathe when mine starts to come. There's definitely been times in the last few months where I want to take my chances with having high blood pressure again just so I can have birth control. ⁣ -⁣ Living my life with PMDD has been eye opening for sure but I truly wish I didn't have it. I might not post as much this next week or so as I try to sort through a llt of my feelings.⁣ I hope everyone has a wonderful week 💕⁣ -⁣ *This was taken at Avila beach and it's extremely fitting for me right now. I miss that place so much!*⁣ •⁣ •⁣ •⁣ •⁣ •⁣ bloggervibes photosinbetween theblogissue makeyousmilestyle theeverydaygirl lifestyles theinstagramlab oneofthebunch colorventures prettylittlethings californiabeaches foundforaged darlingdaily thenativecreative wandeleurspark abmsummer livefullyalive abmlifeisbeautiful makewavesmonday pmddpeeps pmdd mevpmdd mevspmdd pmddwarriors positivevibes positivitywarrior solovelysofree doitfortheprocess bedeeplyrooted howisummer

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PMS is an«augmented reality exhibition»that transforms the printed illustrations regarding this delicate time of the month into an interactive experience of animated gifs by women artists. The exhibition curated by me features the work of 22 artists as they share their perspectives on premenstrual syndrome. Self-identifying as an augmented-reality exhibition with an emphasis on utilizing GIFs, attendees are able to download ‘PMS Augmented Reality‘ app and interact with the various works in a unique, personal way. Special thanks to mcelal.ozkan for shooting, editing and eveything🤗 Here are the artists: damlebai aimeechang_ topikhanim cagillercansu.topaloglu ccinyee ecezeberececiftci elifdemir automaticbizootyidilar isikdikmen mailydegnan melistenenbaum mengyangwang mervmee nunulanka qieerwang kwonsenart sirmadoruk and yiran_eva animatedgif  animation  premenstrual drippin  pmdd  premenstrualsyndrome hysteria  thepmsshow pmsaugmentedreality  meltemşahin ohmypms  womenartists animatedgifs  gif gifs  giphy  illustration  womenempowerment womenartists  premenstrual premenstrualsyndrome  illustrationartists illustragram  illo  pmsrelief  pmsing depression  whatever

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Have you listened to our episode on mental health yet? We decided to talk about mental health because we believe in the importance of spreading awareness and reducing stigma Mental health disorders are COMMONLY under or misdiagnosed. Here are some mental health conditions that are commonly missed by doctors. Your mentalhealthmatters if you feel like you need extra support or want to learn more about mental heath disorders reach out, talk to your doctor Mental health is obvi a big topic, one we will probably revisit over and over again on our podcast. One thing we want to note is that while in many cases mental health is a factor, there are many conditions that may show up as symptoms of a mental illness. Your nutrition, your sleep, your hormones, your stress, your activity level all play a major role in your overall health. We think it’s time doctors start coming together and using their expertise to get to the root of the problem. As we said in our pod often times medication is necessary but we think it’s important to talk to your doctor about learning skills and healthy coping mechanisms, what good nutrition and exercise looks like, as well as what integrative medical approaches exist NOTE: we are NOT mental health practitioners so this is not medical advice but we feel this topic is important for everyone in health care to be talking about. Always talk with your doctor ✌🏽 mentalhealthawareness depression anxiety pmdd womenshealth neuroscience neurochemistry dopamine serotonin podcast podcasts ladydocs womeninmedicine womendoctors womenhealthcareproviders womenempowerment applepodcasts googlepodcasts mn friends funny listen natural chiropractic active

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wednesdaywellness I have some more pep in my step today thanks to estrogen rising . Sounds like a Sci-Fi film. 🌌 😁 Seriously though, feeling pretty much like Tracy again and I need to share another PMDD/PMD trigger food with you! 💁‍♀️This week it is sugar! 🍦🍨🍩🍪🎂🍰🧁🍫🍬🍭 SUGAR IS a PMDD Trigger Food and I crave it 💥hard💥 during my Hell week. I need to stay away from it though because it causes: ➡️ blood sugar fluctuations that can result in mood swings and tension. I don't need to add to something already there, possibly.💁‍♀️ Sugar can also put your immune system into an imbalance and it is most likely contributing to the fatigue that I have experienced lately.😴 And like we needed more lady pain, Sugar can also worsen your cramps🍫 I really need to be more mindful next month.💁‍♀️ You too?? My craving for sugar has gone away now because it is day 4 of my cycle, my shakes are helping as usual and in part thanks to our free group appropriately called "Clean it up and Ditch the Sugar." We are so pumped🙆‍♀️ that there are over 40 people in there, wanting to clean up their diet and kick the sugar habit. ➡️ Definitely a new monthly seven day FREE groups has been born 💁‍♀️Anyway, TAG 🙌a friend that you think may benefit from knowing about some trigger foods and how they affect PMS and PMDD.❤ . pmdd livingwithpmdd sugarcravings periodtalk estrogenrising hormones healthynana oreos butilikethecream sugarisevil

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Cycle day 24 🗓temp. 97.5 🌡 . Luteal phase . I call this my inner box.🧚‍♀️ I take this pretty box I bought from Marshalls and put things that call on my inner . Incense, special feather earring, coloring, oracle cards etc. I take my inner box🧩🧸 out during luteal phase and ovulation. This is usually when PMDD has sprung. Right now I am doing really well I still take my inner box👼👸👩‍🎨 out to play. Its a way to connect with yourself during challenging times. A way to give some peace to your soul and mind. You don't just have to connect with your inner . 👧You can connect with your higher self and with yourself. 👩‍👧 Having struggled with PMDD most my life I find this very therapeutic. Its a way to love yourself when you feel otherwise. Our inner wants to be heard just as you want to be heard. We all matter and we all have meaning. I hope this inspires you to create your own box🎁 of items that makes your soul feel good. Give yourself permission to play. Feed your soul. 💋 Xo Love J.P. 💖 . innerchild connection higherself

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This is why it’s important to purchase from a reputable and legal dispensary. Too much risk these days. People will try to cut anywhere they can, as cheap as they can and not give fuck about the people who use it because they got their money! helpcleanupourindustry untested poison PMDD PTSD PMDDAwareness PTSDAwareness PMDDCommunity PMDDwarrior premenstrualdysphoricdisorder medicalcannabis medicinalcannabis medicalcannabispatient medicinalcannabispatient ilmedicalcannabis ilmedicalcannabispatient ilmmj ilmcp cannafam cannabis endthestonerstigma cannabisculture ilcannabisculture cannabiscommunity ilcannabiscommunity

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Guys, slow your scroll cuz this concerns y’all too 😏 Lemme talk about stupid PMS for one sec If y’all don’t know I had been diagnosed with PMDD which is PMS on steroids2wks out of the month which is basically 1/2 of my existence, I was a miserable cow 🐮😑🔪 ⚠️ Fatigue ⚠️ Depression ⚠️ Irritability Like one side eye away from starring in an episode of Snapped 💁🏻‍♀️👊🏼 It’s amazing what little things like hormones can do to you. I couldn’t handle anything. Everything overwhelmed me. One tiny little thing felt like the end of the world But one day, God sent something into my life that would change everything No, I’m not a perfect little Stepford wife. I’m still human. BUT there are months that I don’t even feel like I’m PMS-ing 🤯😭❤️🙌🏼 🙌🏼 EVERYDAY I have a steady PRODUCTIVE & MOTIVATING energy that’s lasts ALL DAY. 👉🏼 Y’all, before there were days that I didn’t have enough energy that I couldn’t get off the couch 🙌🏼 Mood support that takes me from level 27 out of 1-10 scale down to a 4 on these days What’s in that cup & what’s on my arm (plus my human jumper cables when I wake up)are my heaven sent Both for me & hubs 😏 I’m sharing because you deserve to know there’s help & adulting & having stupid hormones doesn’t have to be so hard. 👉🏼 If you’d like some help in these areas (& a bunch more) ➡️ 📨 PM me for more info & I can share what’s worked for me. Love y’all! 😘 staysafe pms moody crabbypatty tired exhausted hormoneimbalance hormones pmdd energy guthealth mood natural thrive help depressed anxiety depression

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Repost see_her_thrive ( get_repost) ・・・ We hear from so many talented women who are afraid of losing their job because of a reproductive or menstrual health condition. But, with better workplace awareness and support, things can change. Can you relate to this? —————————————————————- endosisters endometriosis pmdd menopause women womeninbusiness talentmanagement recruitment employeeretention discrimination genderpaygap humanresources manager businessowner femaleleaders employmentlaw menstrualhealth reproductivehealth manager officelife fired sacked learninganddevelopment

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We hear from so many talented women who are afraid of losing their job because of a reproductive or menstrual health condition. But, with better workplace awareness and support, things can change. Can you relate to this? —————————————————————- endosisters endometriosis pmdd menopause women womeninbusiness talentmanagement recruitment employeeretention discrimination genderpaygap humanresources manager businessowner femaleleaders employmentlaw menstrualhealth reproductivehealth manager officelife fired sacked learninganddevelopment

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Progesterone deficiency, PMDD and PMS can be caused by stress This is a little heads up about what we're talking about this coming week. I hope you're not getting sick of talking about hormones and the adrenal glands This week I'll talk about HOW stress impacts your hormones So if you're interested in progesterone deficiency, PMDD and PMS check out this weeks YouTube video (being released later today) drjanellesinclair naturalmentalhealth managestress beatstress awayfromstress posttraumaticstress 2blessed2stress stressreducer stressrelieve 2blessed2bstressed posttraumaticstressdisorder 2blessed2bestressed blessednotstressed stressrelease stressmanagement tooblessedtobestressed destress antistress pmdd pms pmssucks pmsucks

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Why am I so excited for Skyler to start school? Not just so I get a few more hours to myself, but so I can pack his lunches This nutrition piece that began transforming me back in 2015 has 75 balanced lunch ideas full of nutrients to fuel his hyperactive, growing body! Our son wants to be a firefighter when he grows upso he's going to keep drinking his water when his tummy hurts, eating his vegetables with his protein, and having plenty of fibre filled carbs for energy to walk the dogs. He's working on his "ninja skills" and talks about how strong he is because of the example his parents have set. He knows that candy won't help his muscles, but that we can still enjoy dessert. Most mornings start with a workout, but this month I've been really dialing into why nutrition is so important too. I have plenty of food sensitivities, but I also have plenty of options that keep my gut happy and my body moving! With the 3 week certification soon to be in my toolbelt, the difference now is, I know why I have struggled so much with sugar cravings! I have gained the awareness to tackle emotional eating! Want to grow and learn alongside me? You have the option to join my first NUTRITION TEST GROUP! Will you start with me and the Rachel Hollis Stop Apologizing book (MY TREAT!) on March 25th? Now let's go make those key lime pies, kiddo! sweettooth foodiefuel eatmore

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日付が変わった… 3/21日 今日は私の誕生日です 来て欲しくなかったけど、おめでとうって言ってもらえるのは嬉しいものですね…´`* 日付変わった瞬間に大好きな友達からおめでとうLINEがきました 本当にありがとう うつ病 かもしれない うつ 不安 鬱っぽい PMS PMDD 月経前症候群 かもしれない 自律神経失調症 かもしれない

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Wearing a jacket around your waist can sub as a belt sometimes and/or temporarily for some pretty decent back support. Make it nice and snug. Hi from my bed head. What are you doing for this spring equinox/ full moon in libra!? I am seeking balance today, going outside is a must! I definitely am trying my best to enjoy myself even with pmdd flair ups happeningHappy Spring! 💕🌷🌿 comfort backsupport wellness diy healing dance mentalhealth hormonaldepression fitness womenshealth pmdd support therapy backpain jennythedragon

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Wow, whoever captured this?!? 😍 Next month is PMDD awareness month. I will be talking about it a lot. After bleeding I can actually enjoy the sun. It’s a beautiful day, and I can really feel it, not just see it ~ that’s an amazing feeling.

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En sån här dag försöker jag komma mig ut i solen. Inte bara för att tanka D-vitamin, utan för att åsynen av solen gör att livet känns lite lättare. Idag är ångesten lättare, vet inte om det beror på vädret eller hormonerna, men jag försöker njuta av de små sakerna. Hormoner, eller snarare hormonernas nedbrytningsprodukt, allopregnanolon, är min absolut värsta fiende. Att leva i en ångestbubbla i 2 av 4 veckor per månad, är en ständig kamp. Men jag försöker varje månad att hitta verktyg för att göra mitt liv lite enklare *Vila *Sova *Planera, allt från mat till aktiviteter *Undvika alkohol *Undvika stress *Vara utomhus *Låta det vara stökigt hemma *Äta bra mat *Be om hjälp . Det sistnämnda är svårast. Att be om hjälp. Att inte köra på och tänka att det går fortast/blir bäst om jag gör det själv. Att inte kämpa i det tysta. Att inte skuldbelägga mig själv för att jag vissa dagar inte orkar med annat än att hålla huvudet ovanför vattenytan. Jag är värd mer än så ❤ pms pmds pmdd premenstruelltdysforisktsyndrom hormoner allopregnanolon psykiskohälsa återhämtning sol beomhjälp huvudetovanförvattenytan

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