In honor of Labor Day, citizens of the U.S.A. observe a national holiday. Quite simply, Labor Day honors the contributions of laborers. We are all laborers, whether in business, the home or in conducting our lives and caring for our PCOS. I propose that today, we honor our PCOS-related labors.
To that end, I’m giving myself a little holiday break and writing a very short post for today. Great things to do to honor the hard work you do the other 364 days a year include:
Happy Labor Day! See you next week.
Gretchen Kubacky, Psy.D. is a Health Psychologist in private practice in West Los Angeles, California. She is also a Certified PCOS Educator, and the founder of PCOSwellness.com. She specializes in counseling women and couples who are coping with infertility, PCOS, and related endocrine disorders and chronic illnesses.
How did you spend your Labor Day? In what ways can you acknowledge and honor the emotional and physical labor that comes with managing your PCOS? Leave a comment below to share. Or if you need more help with finding ways to honor yourself, reach out to Dr. Gretchen at PCOSwellnessUSA@gmail.com
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