Orlando endometriosis awareness walk

The 2nd Annual Yellow for Endometriosis Awareness Walk Orlando, Florida 2018 On March fourth over fifty activists wore yellow and walked with signs to raise awareness about endometriosis in honor of Endo Awareness Month. We were joined by excision specialist Dr. Ken Sinervo from the Center for Endometriosis Care, his Program Director Heather Guidone and…

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Having hope in the dark

“Souls survive on hope in the absence of physical evidence. Not the naive hope that everything will be hunky-dory, exactly as life used to be, but the hope that assures us, when things seem darkest, that although it doesn’t look that way now, something else is also true, as one survivor put it to me.” –…

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I won’t be silent

Lara Parker wrote this on Instagram a while back and I just loved it, “If you’re tired of hearing about my pain, imagine how tired I am of living in pain.” If it wasn’t for the women who have created a voice for chronic pain sufferer’s, many would still be undiagnosed, there would be very few…

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Getting to know a new normal

I guess she’s not really new, this new normal.  She’s been hanging around for a while but made a poor first impression on me. And you know, first impressions are everything when making friends.  There’s just something about her that rubs me the wrong way. Like how she’ll smile at you and make you feel significant,…

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