The History of PMDD: A Collective and Personal Journey of Struggle and Triumph
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PMDD has been a hidden battle for many of us. Throughout history, PMDD symptoms have been mistaken and dismissed. However, within the last century, brave women and their supporters have fought to bring PMDD out of the shadows, and modern advocates continue the fight for change ..read more
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Navigating the Storm: My Journey with PMDD
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1y ago
Through diagnosis, treatment, and education, I have transformed from a person overwhelmed by intense premenstrual symptoms into someone who understands their condition and has the tools to manage it ..read more
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Who Am I Without My PMDD?
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2y ago
I’m 35, and I’m about to voluntarily put my body into a state of chemical menopause. I’m about to shut down shop and call it quits for two organs that cause my mind to become a veritable wasteland of self-destruction in the week leading up to my period. And I’m scared ..read more
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Mi oscuridad y yo (My darkness and me)
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2y ago
Mi nombre es Soledad. Sufro con el TDPM y cada vez se hizo más fuerte y evidente en mi vida. Al principio pensé que era bipolar, no hablaba de ello por vergüenza… Esta es mi historia ..read more
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Unmasked: Living with PMDD & Autism
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2y ago
Hello to everyone in the IAPMD community. My name is Meghan, and I’m from Mississippi, USA. I would like to share with you my journey and experiences with my new diagnosis, PMDD, and also living with autism ..read more
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PMDD: You were a process to live with
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2y ago
This journey has been a rollercoaster, but it has made me a stronger woman and individual. It has allowed me to be the most vulnerable I have ever been and allowed me to express who I am. PMDD, you were a process to live with, but you have been a blessing in disguise. This is my story ..read more
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A Journey to Self Love
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2y ago
We talk about this “other person” that emerges during the days leading up to our periods. This person that takes over and puts us on a roller coaster of emotions for days, maybe weeks. I used to hate her. But with help, I’ve started to embrace her. Over time, I even learned to love her ..read more
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“Turning Red” Is The PMS Film We’ve All Been Waiting For
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2y ago
At thirty-six, as I watched “Turning Red” with my 11-year-old stepdaughter last weekend, I was surprised to relate so much to a thirteen-year-old turned giant red panda. I had never seen my condition on-screen until the fluffy red panda ..read more
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Writing as a Healing Practice
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2y ago
The practice of writing is helpful and life-giving for anyone, including those with mental illness and mood disorders. Telling your story is a liberating act. It gives you a voice. It creates order out of chaos. It helps you draw meaning from your experience. Writing is a practice that has no doubt saved my own life and can benefit yours too ..read more
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Connecting the Dots: Hormones & Mental Health
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2y ago
The impact of severe premenstrual disorders can be devastating and far-reaching, but we have an opportunity to intervene and make a positive difference. Once we recognise the connection, we can start rebuilding hope (and, yes, lives ..read more
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