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  1. curlpearl
    03-03-2011 08:09 PM
    I just checked out the posts they r so clear supportive and helpful...I didnt have much time this month to come here life is just so crazy and hectic!
    02-27-2011 03:48 PM
    Just stopped by to say hi! Keep up the great work and don't let people bring you down bout anything even makeup! I don't like to change things about me where I live either cause ppl notice and it brings unwanted attention, but in like a week after that they just accept it as the norm!
  3. curlpearl
    01-05-2011 06:10 PM
    you're right about a stickie being less personal, but it might reach more people. (like the ones who just read the posts without actually signing up) In any case, thats up to you. T'was just a thought.
    BTW I didnt see much of Sweetsunshine recently.
    Hope your holidays were good!
  4. curlpearl
    12-29-2010 12:37 AM
    I was just reading a lot of your posts in the teen section and I must say that your advice is so amazing, especially for the newbies. Their first posts are so full of despair and confusion and I want to reply back, to let them know that its not as bad as it seems...and its always your advice, way up there reassuring and advising in your trademark concise and easygoing manner. Its like you're a junior sweetsunshine! (You must have seen her posts- she seems to know everything about pcos and is always answering everyones questions)
    So my point is- why dont you type up the basics of what you write to everyone and ask admin to put it as a stickie, next to the stickie that says "newcomers read this first!" I think it would be helpful because teens have a bit different needs than women who are diagnosed as adults. and I also think that reading it all in "teen language" would be very calming and reassuring.
    Just an idea; you can let me know what you think
  5. curlpearl
    10-21-2010 09:34 PM
    I cant believe you've written back after all this time! Life changed for me too and I'm so much busier that i havent had a chance to get online to the forum in ages! But still keeping up with my diet and all...
  6. curlpearl
    01-05-2010 11:14 AM
    Hi! I'm a new member on these boards, but I've read the teen section for a few months now. I'm 18 years old and was dx'd a year ago. I just wanted to let you know that I found your posts to be really inspiring. You are so upbeat! I realize though that you aren't posting anymore. We miss you!
  7. Ashley Warren
    07-04-2009 01:35 AM
    Ashley Warren
    hey I know EXACTLY how you feel where your mom not wanting to realize what is going on is like. I was 15 when I was diagnosed AND to top it all off, I was married...and soon got a divorce because we were told I would never have kids....So from one "geek" to another if you want to talk send me a message..at angelgirlsrule2000@yahoo.com or ashleylesley@hotmail.com

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  • About MissRebellious
    I'm 18, a great listener, and I normally have some opinion to share, but I'll tell you how it is.
    Blacksburg, VA (Go Hokies!)
    Video games, reading, arts and crafts, Mindless repetative tasks
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    ~When life rains on your parade, BRING OUT THE SLIP 'N SLIDE!~

    Diagnosed PCOS May 2009
    Diagnosed Hypothyroid 2006ish
    2250mg Metformin
    50mcg Levothyroxine
    1200mg Fish Oil x2
    Centrum Ultra for Women
    Super Vitamin B Complex
    Misc. meds for depression/anxiety/ADD/Insomnia
    Not TTC, Following a balanced diet (Proper calories, fat, protein, fiber, Calcium)


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