Endometriosis AdvocacyConnecting People To Promote Healing
Awareness, Fundraisers, & Speaking Up
Endometriosis shaped and changed my life. I am now on a mission to be an advocate for awareness, Endo affects 1 in 10 women and it’s rarely talked about.
My goal is to change that and support the women who are suffering.
My Podcast: The Cycle
The Cycle a podcast about Endometriosis, with a goal not only to share endo stories, but to create a community to help others who are suffering. New episodes are released every 28 days.
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Blog Posts About Endo
After a week filled with high levels of physical pain, I often like to reflect on what it has taught me. My fuse feels shorter & that makes me a person I don't like. So I googled short fuse: "There may be physical reasons for your volatile mood – such as blood...
Pain changes you. All types of pain. Physical & Emotional. You have to decide HOW it changes you. For me, it’s taught me gratitude & empathy. Gratitude for what I do have vs things I don’t. Empathy for I know everyone is going through something behind closed...
When I woke up on day two after the most intense surgery to date (day one I did not move much at all), I knew I needed to try and walk and move a bit, this is key to the healing process, although very hard. I will never forget these two moments; I rolled to the side,...
My Endo Advocacy In The Press
A feature on my endometriosis awareness event from the Endometriosis Foundation of America. Read the article here
Women’s Excellence in Obstetrics and Gynecology highlights endometriosis awareness on the “Healthy Woman” show. Read the article here
My surgery story on DrSeckin.com. View the article here
My Endo Support Social Accounts
🎗Endometriosis survivor: Stage IV
✨Telling my story, six surgeries in
🌟Staying as positive as possible
💛Hoping to help & Support others
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Can I help you on your Endo journey? After 20 years of suffering my goal is to educate and support people with Endo as well as their loved ones.