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Kicking And Screaming

Posted by , 02 August 2013 · 846 views

I am just tired of all the fighting it seems like I have to do with all of this life. I have had nothing but problems since I was a kid with one thing or another. As an Adult, same thing. I have been just recently diagnosed with celiac disease, on top of the
Endometriosis, and PCOS. i do not have a gall bladder, or an appendix. I am just tired. I have struggled with my weight my entire life, and now with this, everyone is like you will loose so much weight. I haven't seen a result yet, I still am feeling like crap, and I am tired of having to read every stinking label there is on food. it's food, I should be able to just eat it, oh but no i am not allowed too. Not anymore. I know I do not have it as bad as some people, but I am just needing an outlet. it just seems like no matter what, I am lost. I just wish i knew how to deal with this thing better

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Hang in there!  Give the gluten-free diet some time.  Eventually, you'll get used to it.  My husband has been gluten-free for over 12 years and I've been the one reading the labels and preparing the food.  Despite that "edge", I felt overwhelmed when I was diagnosed in March. 


Not everyone is underweight here.   My only celiac disease symptoms were anemia and thyroiditis. 

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Don't give up on your self!! You can do it!! It will harm your body if you eat Gluten. Just take it easy!! Take a breath and enjoy new foods and recipes!! You are here with alot of ppl who are in the same boat!! Just relax and enjoy!! :) So what!! A lil reading!! You can do it!! You can look on line to see what you want b4 you go shopping. Easier than you think!!

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