Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Kate Orman

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...
Endo Can’t Take My Happy Project: Tara Hilton

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

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!...
March into Endo Awareness

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...