I just dawned on me that maybe Meghan is using a surrogate. 1. She doesn’t really look pregnant. 2. Could the home birth BS articles be so she has a “home birth” no witnesses or hospital records? A surrogate could have the baby, and they pass it off as from her?
These are all BS stories, given birth is not something you want to mess with at home. I helped…
It does look like she took your advice, JD and fixed her feet? I am not sure though.
If she did, she didn’t take doctors’ advice, it looks like she didn’t allow proper time to heal which could lead to infection and more problems down the road. Shoving them back into stilettos is not what she should be doing. The right foot is worst of all. I wonder does anyone have any more foot shots? MM…
Harry looks unhealthy – look around his eyes – too thin. The circles under his eyes. This is a man who needs to be relieved of the burdens he is carrying. Dam that MM. He appears less confident too especially in contrast to his brother.
What’s it going to take to make family around him to take notice? When it’s too late? I’m very concerned about this. Thank you anon 🌸🌸😎🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
And in other news, water is wet
Not like women have been telling y’all this since the beginning of time or anything.
I mean, yeah, at one point three years ago I was curled up in a fetal position literally screaming/crying/gasping for breath on my bed in my dorm room, so my response to this headline is basically, “No shit.”
No wonder women are so likely to ignore heart disease/attack symptoms. If something isn’t as bad as my cramps, I figure it can’t be that bad.
THAT LAST COMMENT
No seriously. There aren’t enough people who understand how important that last comment is. I lost my right kidney four years ago because of “if something isn’t as bad as my cramps, I figure it can’t be that bad.”
My. Fucking. Kidney.
Don’t force people with periods to internalize and silence themselves when they have cramps!
Can confirm “can’t be that bad because period”. I had a kidney stone and it took me like 2-3 days to realize it wasn’t my period because it basically felt like that. Pain is normal for women (and other people with a uterus), it’s part of being a woman, and so we’re much less likely to know when the pain we’re having is bad because we deal with so much of it some much more often than men do. Pain is not always a “something is wrong” indicator for us.
jesus. I never thought of it that way.
Every woman rebloging this
I measure all pain by the cramp standard. Thus far the only thing worse has been a broken nose.
I waited almost 10 hours to go to the hospital once, because I thought it was a “bad vramp day”. I had *6* simultaneous kidney stones. 4 on the left, 2 on the right. The flabbergasted doctor asked me why I wasn’t screaming in pain. I shrugged. “I’m kinda used to it, I guess?”
“Yeah, I mean, I’m in pain for 3 weeks every month. And like, I figured this was a bad day, but really, I kinda feel like this for a couple days every month anyway?”
The way he was looking at me clued me in that this was not something he had ever considered or thought about.
Think about that the next time you want to make fun of someone for being “cranky” on their period. (Also remember that not everyone who gets periods is a girl/woman!)
I lived with endometriosis my whole life, doctors would say, “can’t be that bad," "it’s all in your head.” Nice! I’m grateful they actually saying this to help the next generation cope. When you’re doubled over in pain, it’s not to be taken lightly anymore. Good luck ladies, demand treatment, you deserve to live pain-free.