Happy 2016!!!

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    Hi all. Our little one has been sick with a cold so I am just now getting on here to catch up and, so importantly, wish each and every one of you a Happy New Year of 2016. With this New Year here, I am drawn to what Dr. Pacik has said about the Power of our VaginismusMD Forum. He has written:

    “The Forum has truly made a difference to so many people and there has been such an enormous exchange of information and encouragement…The Forum has become like a book and many of the new inquiries have told me they have read every page of the Forum! This is exactly why it is so important to continue this resource to others. For the veterans to continue posting, what works and what does not work so well. Each person is unique, yet we all share common needs and experiences. Only by making this well-known will others have the ability to learn. We learn from both the successes and the continued struggles of others. We learn that if we have been successful to pass this on. There may just be a small kernel of enlightenment that will help those who continue to struggle. Please continue posting so that we may all be enlightened. Every post is important. I would like to wish everyone only the best for the New Year. May your every dream come true. Pray for peace in this turbulent world and pray for others to be fulfilled in their relationships. Please keep the Forum alive by being active, even long after you have achieved success. Give the gift of the Forum to others by posting the Forum on other websites. Spread the word that there is a condition called vaginismus that is nothing to be embarrassed about and to know that treatment is available, effective and long lasting. Be there for those who need you. We have the strength of numbers, experience and wisdom. By sharing, we bring life to others.”

    This post is so beautiful and so very meaningful to me. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Please, please continue to post and introduce yourself, ask questions, share thoughts, and I will absolutely write back to you. Also, please know that we are all here to support each other and this level of support is so important. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Dr. Pacik

    I couldn’t agree more. It is so important to overcome the embarrassment of this condition and to think of vaginismus as a medical problem that needs treatment. The only way we will educate the medical community is if we know more than they do and are willing to teach them one clinician at a time.

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