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When you have been a cancer patient, doctors are generally a lot more cautious with you. If anything comes back with so much of a sniff of being abormal, everything tends to go into panic mode and no stone is left unturned. That’s how it feels sometimes anyway. I guess this is …

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Thinking Positive: Does It Work?

Thinking positive thoughts can change your life – whether you believe it or not. It may take some conscious effort, but when you combine a positive thought with a positive emotion and hold that thought for a little less than thirty seconds, you can effect a change in your life. …

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Beyond the Sunrise

March is Endometriosis awareness month and in honor of that I was thinking about how we, as the fighters, face a month completely dedicated to our battle. Awareness for this disease is not as active as other diseases, such as breast cancer awareness month when the world turns pink. I’m …

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Understanding the Other Side

When you are first diagnosed with Endometriosis it’s hard to understand exactly what’s going on in our bodies but even harder is when you try to explain it to someone else. You can give them a list of symptoms – painful periods, Pain with bowel movements or urination, Excessive bleeding, the list could go …

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Fear

I had an incredible dream early this morning. My dreams are typically interesting, vivid and in color but on a rare occasion I’ll experience a dream that I know I’ll carry with me for the rest of my life. This particular dream was about fear. I wasn’t running from monsters, …

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”Living” with Endometriosis

Before you go running for the antibacterial wipes I just want to let you know that I’m not contagious. What I have is not catching. What I’m about to relay will not travel through your computer’s innards as a deadly Trojan virus or spread through the air like an uncovered …

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Making it mean something

Hello my fellow fighters! Lately I have been thinking a lot about the journey my sickness has taken me and my family on, and how I can make something good out of it… Lemonade out of lemons (with a whole lot of added sugar, hehe), as one would say. For …

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