Your support.

It’s been a hard couple of weeks for me recently… I’ve been in bed all day everyday! I cannot drive because I am constantly in pain, can hardly eat, can hardly sleep and everything just does not feel right. There’s this website I joined recently and is for women who has Endometriosis. I cannot believe the things that I see on there sometimes they’re insane! Some people feel bad for telling their work that they’re in pain, others their partners leave them and they feel lonely and depressed and for some people their family thinks that they are being dramatic. For the people that are going through this… it is important that you use your voice. If you feel like your family and friends don’t understand what you are going through then maybe try to educate them on this topic.

What works “for me” is I sat down with my family/partner and read some articles with them online (Also watched a video on YouTube). That way they will know more about this condition and are aware of the symptoms. I think it is important to feel like you have the support from the people around you and for me it really helped me cope with my stress.

Please contact me for links to these articles/videos.

P x


11 thoughts on “Your support.

    1. Thank you Nimisha but I’m really not. I genuinely want to get endometriosis acknowledged and simply want to encourage other women to feel better about themselves x

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  1. You are so right… A good support system can make the difference between living and dying. That may sound drastic but if you think about it, stress of any kind, from any cause, can bring your body and you down. My HUSBAND is unable to nurture and support me the way I need, so I thank God every day for the blessing to have a great support system of (other) family and friends. I took my hubby aside and had to have a very frank discussion with him and I’ve seen a favorable difference in him like him having a softer, more caring attitude, in general. I learned that he is doing the best he can, however limited that is. I have to live with that, but I’m glad he told me. It’s not like I didn’t have a clue as to his emotional life, or lack thereof. I look forward to more of your posts.

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