PSA:March is Endometriosis Awareness Month.
I apologise to be posting this so late in the month, but better late than never.
If you have never heard of Endometriosis, I urge you to please take a moment of your time to hear FaithWalkers
Her story resonates deeply with my own experiences with this disease, as I am sure it does with many others. A massive thank you to FaithWalkers
for making this video <3
Endometriosis, classified as an "invisible illness", can affect up to 1 in 10 people - it is a relatively common condition. Its severity can vary greatly between sufferers. There is no cure.
It took me about seven years for a proper diagnosis. To be constantly told by doctors, teachers, friends, colleagues etc that you are "fine", "stop exaggerating", "ever girl gets pain, deal with it", or even to "man up" when you are, at times, hardly able to stand, passing out, and eve