I’ve been wanting to write this for a while now but I never knew where I would start. Since I’ve started this blog, all I wanted to do was to be able to give some women a voice and to make people feel like they’re not alone (even if there was only just 1 single reader). It’s been really difficult to write all of my blogs as I have to dig deep and see where my thoughts are. I wanted this to be as real as possible, the good and the ugly. As much as I desire my life to be a walk in the park… it’s not. Dealing with Endometriosis can really mess up your mind in so many ways if you don’t know how to deal with it. But I mean I’m sure that goes for all other illnesses too.

From receiving so many lovely feedback via comments to being contacted by some readers sharing their stories it’s pretty incredible. I genuinely feel honoured that some of you feel like you could share your stories with me (or just seeking for an advice). I hope you all know that doesn’t matter what struggle each person have to go through, you are stronger than you think. Overcome that obstacle and take control of your life. I promise you that when you come out the other side you’ll feel so much more happier and stronger knowing that you’ve stood against something difficult that was put on your path.

Have a lovely weekend everyone 🙂

As always… please feel free to contact me for advice or just to talk.

16 thoughts on “Readers

  1. Panda, you are a beautiful individual and God loves you so much! I don’t know where you stand when it comes to a belief in God and the price He paid, with the death of His Son Jesus Christ. He did this because He thinks that you’re amazing and He wants you to have a relationship with Him, thru His Son.
    You are a powerful woman and I hear your heart of compassion racing out to women who need to know that they are not the only ones going thru what they are going thru. I am not a woman, but my wife knows what you are going thru, she feels your struggle.
    God bless you as you are agreeing for others who need someone like you.


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  2. Using our pain to help others is a sure way to heal our own…and, as you compassionately point out, even if the type of struggle is different, at its core, all struggles are the same. Thanks for sharing 🙂


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