Date: 2010-09-19 04:24 am (UTC)
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I personally suffer from an invisible disability [triple depression] so the spoon theory very much applies to me, which is why I didn't really think twice about linking it, but you're correct that it doesn't really apply to PCOS.

That's a good point--PCOS is definitely not as disabling as many other diseases. My thoughts on including it there were basically to give more people the information about spoon theory and also because many people have comorbid conditions, including depression, anxiety, CFS/ME, endometriosis, etc, but I will change the comm info to reflect that.
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