A woman suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is an inspirational person. She faces her hormonal imbalance struggles every day with incredible strength.
She'll feel sick and moody most of the time. Sometimes she'll crave delicious foods but become sad knowing that she shouldn't eat the things she always wants. A woman fighting PCOS can feel unhappy at one minute, and the next moment she's feeling happy.
If you don't know her conditions, it'll be difficult for you to determine what she needs and wants. It'll be hard to understand her vibes, feelings, or the things she's thinking about.
But if you give her your attention and look deep into her eyes, you'll come to see that she's hiding her sorrows in her heart. She's concealing the insecurities behind her dashing and beautiful smiles.
You'll finally realize her never-ending struggles, both physically and emotionally how she's trying to live with her discomforting hormonal imbalance. You'll understand how she's dealing with this chronic pain every day of her life.
And more, you will notice her worries and how scared she is to know how difficult it may be for her to conceive. How it pains to know she might never have a child of her own if her condition worsens.
She's always enduring the pain of thinking about his conditions every day how it can ruin her happy relationship.
It's even difficult for her to imagine having a healthy relationship. She wonders what her partner will think of her when he discovers she may have difficulty conceiving. She's even more afraid of losing you. She's always trying to figure out how your future will be owing to her condition.
Sometimes she's even tired of giving herself false hopes. That you'll love and cherish her despite her bodily imperfection, she braces for a heartbreak that can occur at any time at any day.
She's afraid of the disappointment you will feel towards her. But she knows you're not to blame.
She will grieve in her heart, asking herself whether you'll be patient with her. Whether you notice and appreciate the efforts, she's making to help her condition.
She's worried about how long it'll take before you get tired of waiting and supporting her. Will she lose you to someone else who's better than her?
Whenever you see her staring at you, she's thinking of all these insecurities. But she's happy to find a person like you who's patient, loving, and understands her struggles.
The best thing you can do is accept her the way she is. Support her in everything she needs and have trust in her. Believe she's doing everything in her efforts, not only for herself but also for you.
Don't get tired or impatient with her. Always cheer her up and give her hope that things will get better.
Don't give up the future of being with her. Help her to heal emotionally by praying, hugging, and spending valuable time with her. Be the first person to understand her problems.
And finally, stop pressuring her to get better because it's not her fault she's suffering. Love her unconditionally.