It's now been five years since my breast reduction and let me tell you: I still love them. I feel the same about them today as I did five years ago, which is pure joy. I admire them everyday, honestly. I admire them before I put on my bra. I admire them when I am [...]
As someone who writes a lot about my breast reduction and is a huge advocate for the surgery, I get shitty people posting shitty comments that I always delete (I read and approve all comments on my content) because I don't need that kind of negativity and no one else does. 100% of these comments [...]
Ask your surgeon and doctor about the things you care about, and don't let yourself get to a point where you are so desperate anything is good enough for you. Ask questions and if you don't like the answers, it's okay to talk to other surgeons covered by your insurance. You are going to a surgeon for a very important medical service, if they aren't satisfying your needs and concerns, find someone who will. Know as much as you can about your surgery as possible. Knowledge, in this sense, can only hep you in your breast reduction process and give you agency.
The Book of Essie By Meghan MacLean Weir Published June 2018 I borrowed this book from my local library. Get a library card and use it! This review contains slight spoilers and references to sex abuse I really loved this book. I couldn't put it down. I know most people say that about the books [...]
After my breast reduction, I wore my stained surgical bras for months pining for the day I could buy new pretty bras. When I was allowed to buy and wear real bras, we went straight to Nordstrom's. Mom and I wanted to get me something special as my “first bra” and mom actively boycotts Victoria's [...]