Feel Good Fridays!

Two hands reaching out for each other

Today’s quote is from an illustrator named by Pablo:

“Never underestimate the difference YOU can make in the lives of others. Step forward, reach out and help. This week reach to someone that might need a lift”

It goes hand-in-hand with my webinar this week, as well as how I try to live my life daily.  Reach out any way that you can to whomever may need it.  And if you truly feel that you have nothing to give, offer at least your ear or your shoulder.  Sometimes that’s all someone may really need.

Have a wonderful and safe weekend!

❤ Lisa

BLOGS I’VE UPDATED THIS WEEK:

Kenya: Endometriosis Care & Support

Map of Kenya

I’ve had the pleasure of talking with a new EndoSister who lives in Kenya.  She had all kinds of questions and I would like to find her some information about Endometriosis care in or around Kenya, as well as connect her with any local EndoSisters for support.  So let the research begin!

For those of you who may not know, Kenya is a small country (about twice the size of the state of Nevada) and is located in East Africa, bordering the India Ocean.  Approximately 47 million people live in Kenya.

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Share your Story : Nurah

African American woman wearing a purple wrap around her head decorated with pink flowers

Nurah was 10 when she got my first period and right away knew something was wrong. She lives in Nairobi, Kenya and shares her story with us today.

Words of Advice for Us: Talk about it. Don’t be quiet. Collect all the info you have & keep getting. Make a scrapbook for your daughters & sons to give their daughters (I got endo from my grandad’s mom) Just talk about it.

I want to send a special Thank You out to Nurah for sharing her story with us today.  And thank you for your powerful words and spreading awareness of this disease with your own blog.  You truly are a Warrior, Sister, and friend.


And if YOU would like to share your story, please let me know.  The best part about this disease is the strong network of love and support from our fellow EndoWarriors, and our friends and family, too.

Yours, Lisa.