Self-Acceptance is hard to come
***This post needs Parental Guidance.***
I generally do not like to talk much about my body or health and have never even considered writing about it on my blog. The reason behind the hesitation was because I was never comfortable with my body. Since I hit puberty I have gained a lot of weight and irregular menstruation only added to the weight problem and I hated my body. At age 22 I was diagnosed with PCOS and everything I tried from dieting to exercise did not help me to lose weight, but thankfully with help from my Gynecologist and regular checkups, I was lucky to conceive and have a beautiful daughter.
I am in my early 30’s now and I am still overweight but thankfully my PCOS is not as bad as before, but being overweight I am still conscious of my body type and size. Now being heavy means my breasts are also heavy and sometimes it is such a bother, they are the reason for so many upper back aches, especially after a day of cleaning which required continuous bending, under breast rashes and the bra straps that almost cause blood flow to stop on my shoulder. I guess anyone who has heavy breasts will understand what I am talking about.
A few days ago, I was scrolling through my Facebook page and a friend has shared a post from “The Try Guys”, they are a group of 4 men who tries on various things for a day and give their opinion, their videos are pretty funny**. On that particular video, they were trying on weights as breasts to see how it affected their everyday work. A lady in that video talked about breast reduction as she was continuously having back issues which was the reason I was Googling the process when I can across the Bellesoma Method.
**Please be adviced that if you look up The Try Guys Facebook page, it is adult oriented
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