I never thought when I grew up I would still call my mother and cry over nasty comments 🤷🏼♀️ The last month or so well, it wasn’t easy and I know that many of you have supported me through this. 🤗
I wasn’t going to do a post on this but If i can talk about my heavy flow, trying to put a moon cup in and how my bowels are working I think I can have a quick chat about this too. 👍🏻 Yes i have cried, I am now not ashamed to say it. I wanted to delete all of my social media, I actually didnt want to talk online (only lasted 2 days) or share any posts. I let my anxiety get the better of me. ☹️ Most women between the ages of 18-29 will be harassed online. That is so incredibly sad, ☹️ Online abuse is depressingling common and i have no doubt that many of you reading now are also victims of this too.🤔 I wanna say thank you because although i never said how I felt, or what was going on, i had hundreds of messages from all of you ladies showing your overwhelming support and encouragement 😘Is it surprising that the majority of nastiness came from grown adults, mostly male accounts? 😱
You ladies knew i was upset and most of you knew why so I want to thank you.
I put myself on the front line yes, but the internet is so incredible, It allows us to connect with friends, family, colleagues and strangers no matter where we are in the world, and to share information we might otherwise not have known. .
I want to help women, to make people smile & laugh and learn.. I want to support those who need me .. We have come so far speaking openly about our hormones our ibs our acne, our ups and downs.
We are all UNIQUE, the world needs each and every single one of us, no one can replace you. We are all FLAWSOME, no two people are the same or have the same personality, looks or “ Voice” . You are you, don’t trade your authenticity for approval. 🤗
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