I hate my bitch and I said FUCK

Good evening everyone who visits my page and reads my blog entries. Normally I keep these as upbeat and positive as possible. No matter the amount of pain I am in, or how upset I may be I keep this as positive as I am able.  Why? I do not want to ever be seen as weak or whining. I do not want to depress or upset others. I want …

Dear Endometriosis Ladies

Endometriosis ladies, Remember who you are, outside of this disease. Remember the life you have, the breath in your lungs and live. Be happy, though it is difficult at times. Fight with everything you have in you. Life is too short to let this or any other disease stop you or hold you back. Do what you need to do, even if it’s different from what the rest are doing. …

Surviving Endo “Flares”

First, what is an “endo flare”? Well, it is when our pain from endometriosis hits a high. Usually do to stress, ovulation (pms), physically over doing something, or another health issue that inflames our bodies. So, I thought, since I’m in the beginning of a flare, I could write about how to handle it. I know when I become completely fatigued I am in for a rough week or two. …

Team Oklahoma

So, as many of you know Team Oklahoma is a chapter in Endo Worldwide March. Fighting for more awareness, demanding education, recognition and to make a difference.  So many of us Endo girl have fought so hard for just that, but we’ve been fighting by ourselves. Now we have a place to get together and fight together, to be heard. We are small at the moment, and just getting started. …

Endometriosis Awareness Month

No doubt you have all seen my posts on social networks about Endometriosis Awareness. Those that have endometriosis are trying hard to get awareness to spread. But, why? It is simple really. Did you know about endometriosis before I started posting about it following my diagnosis? I didn’t, I mean I knew the word and I associated it with a woman or girl who had horrible pain during her periods. …

Angry, Fed Up, ENOUGH!

This disease is not a little thing. This disease is not something you can cure. This disease does not stop because you have a baby, if you can. This disease does not stop because you have a complete hysterectomy. This disease does not have any note worthy treatments. This disease does not simply “go away”. This disease takes our ability to move, to walk freely, to sleep. This disease takes …