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October 11, 2016

Emotional Pain: Endometriosis & Healing Your Yoni

Last weekend I was invited to present at a Red Tent gathering in Hollywood, Florida. I was presenting a new program I have been working on called Love Thy Uterus, a program encouraging women to tune in to this beautiful part of ourselves. I know it's part of my mission on earth to teach women to love themselves. Particularly to love their uterus, their womb, their sacred place. Their yoni. On the outside I had my…
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March 21, 2016

Do You Have PCOS and Endometriosis? Here’s 3 Things To Do

When I was diagnosed with endometriosis and PCOS in 2011...I felt like the world was just falling apart. I still remember the tears as I was on the drive home from the doctors. What was I going to do? What did this mean for my future? Would I ever have kids? Was I always going to experience this pain? My mind was filled with every fearful thought imaginable. It's so easy to live in the…
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January 3, 2016

Why I Won’t Let Endometriosis Ruin My Life

 I'm sitting on a birthing ball looking down at my ever-expanding belly. A kick, then another reminds me of the beautiful baby growing inside. At seven months it's still hard to wrap my mind around it. I'm really pregnant.  When I look back on the journey of how I got here, it was as if I had to run a marathon with no end in sight. My body had given out, my mind was numb,…
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March 20, 2014

Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Kate Orman

It's the third week of my #EndoCantTakeMyHappy project and what a great day to think about happiness! Today is International Happy Day, a day celebrated around the world to reclaim happiness. It got me thinking of how many people around the world are struggling and suffering and how spreading joy and happiness - even through little projects like this-  is so important. If you didn't get a chance to read the other two #EndoCantTakeMyHappy stories,…
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March 10, 2014

Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Tara Hilton

Tara lives in Newark, Delaware. She was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2006. This is her story. It began with a surgery that left her family in shock. "I was first diagnosed after undergoing surgery to remove two large cysts on each of my ovaries that were discovered in a pelvic ultrasound," explains Tara. "When my gynecologist came out to let my family know how surgery went, she left them with the impression that I was completely full of cancer…
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February 20, 2014

Call for Participants: Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project

This March, women all over the world will come together for the Million Women March for Endometriosis in Washington, DC and in cities around the globe. While I am disappointed that I cannot attend, I can't tell you how happy I am that this march is happening! Endometriosis is a disease that is near and dear to my heart. I was diagnosed (formally) in 2011 and underwent laparoscopic surgery to have the adhesions removed. Since…
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February 5, 2014

Endo Eats: What to Eat When Endometriosis Strikes

It's no secret. Endometriosis sucks. But it is a part of my life and something I must tackle and deal with head-on. I remember the first time my doctor told me I had to change my diet: "no sugars, no processed foods, no caffeine, no wheat, no alcohol," she said. She might as well have said "no life." What was I supposed to eat then? A slice of lettuce with a drizzle of olive oil?…
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August 27, 2013

Confessions of a Sugar Addict

Hello, my name is Suki.And I'm a sugar addict.It began the first time I tasted Coca-Cola. They called me Coca-Cola baby. If I could have had it in my baby bottle, I would have requested it. The bubbles, the sugary goodness, I was instantly hooked.Even to this day when I drink a Coca-Cola (which is not often) I remember just how wonderful it tastes. I was a lucky child because I had a very high…
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April 25, 2013

A Bite of Cupcake, a Little Yoga, and Pinch of Love

I am excited to welcome another another guest blogger to Sookton's Space! Elena and her daughter love to bake cupcakes! Elena, the sweet genius behind The Cupcake Factory blog, is going to share her secret recipe for a healthy cupcake (they do exist!) "I stumbled across Sookton's Space following a Google search for 'PCOS + Yoga,'" explains Elena. "I discovered at least two things we have in common and was pleased to find some inspiring…
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March 1, 2012

March into Endo Awareness

176 million. That's the number of women world wide living with endometriosis. It's an invisible disease. It silently works through your organs shedding abnormal cells around your body. Then you wonder where the pain comes from, you start expecting the pain. But it shouldn't have to be this way! And that's why I'm fighting for awareness and fighting for a cure. No longer should women-176 million women- have to suffer in silence. The worst part…
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