Hi Key! I hope since you've had some time to think things through, that you're feeling better. You don't have to feel down, because you're surrounded by so many supportive people who have gone through or are going through the same thing you are - you ain't alone honey.
I remember feeling terrible after getting diagnosed, but I told myself I am not my polycystic ovaries, or my high insulin levels, or my falling hair or my zit-y skin. I'm still me in here.
I also focused on the things I could control, and that was getting healthy and managing my symptoms. It's an everyday challenge, but keeping my eye on the ball instead of letting my emotions (which can get really crazy sometimes) get the best of me, really helps to keep me going.
Another thing that helps: Arm yourself with research and knowledge. The more you know, the more confident you'll feel.
Chin up, dearie. I promise you'll be fine. :)
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