Amanda "I Thought I Was Lucky"
“At one point, I gave up on everything. For two years, I endured pain that no woman should experience. Physically and emotionally. I remember feeling hopeless, defeated, and angry. I was tired of letting this disease define me and control our lives. I knew I was the only one who could break the cycle. That I was the one who needed to start listening to myself. Two years ago, I made the decision to become my own advocate. I have learned that it is okay to stand up for myself, and that my opinion is valuable. That I am not powerless. That I am not hopeless. And that all I can hope for is a day without pain. Someday…”
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