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Wrapping up Blogging for Endometriosis 2013!

It is the final day of March and another round of Blogging for Endometriosis Awareness draws to a close! I have felt so amazingly honored to have worked alongside of so many amazing women and read your stories and shared our experiences. I continue to be so thankful to God for allowing so many incredible women to come into my life through this campaign and blogging in general. I would never, ever wish this disease on anyone but I am so thankful that God can give purpose to my pain and allow me to share my story and hopefully offer some encouragement and support to others who are suffering just as I have received so much encouragement and support! So thank you all from the very bottom of my heart!

Thanks again to all of you who have participated and a huge thank you to all of our amazing sponsors! Please be sure to stop by their websites and let them know how much we appreciate them for taking a stand for endometriosis awareness!

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10 comments on “Wrapping up Blogging for Endometriosis 2013!

  1. Laura says:

    Would love to win one of these!

  2. Cheryl says:

    i enjoyed meeting a few new Endo warriors! and getting a few different perspectives on the same issues i face in both endo and other pain journeys

  3. Linda says:

    My favorite part of Endo Awareness 2013 was seeing my daughter raise awareness for the disease she battles every day. I have interstitial cystitis so I can relate to pelvic pain and would love one of these endofemm pads!

  4. My favorite part of the Endo Awarness 2013 is seeing the support for others who endure a chronic illness like myself. I think it is wonderful that you ladies are raising awarness. These endofemm pads are seem amazing and I could certainly use one for the pain I have with my Ulcerative Colitis. Thank you.

  5. Holly S. says:

    Hi, my favourite thing about Blogging for Endometriosis Awareness Campaign this year would be the featured topics, particularly the mental impact of endometriosis on a woman’s life. You hear tons and tons about physical pain and effects, which are obviously important. But women are affected so much mentally, whether it be feelings hopelessness, depression, anxiety, anger, loss of a fetus and infertility grief, chronic pain grief, health care financial difficulties, the stress of dealing with surgeries, medication side effects… the list goes on. Endometriosis hurts the heart of women and their families.

  6. I also tweeted the giveaway:
    Thank you!!

  7. dizzbuff says:

    I just tweeted this!

  8. I loved hearing other people’s struggles with a chronic illness that, while slightly different than the ones I have, is equally debilitating and has similar emotional/life-long affects. I enjoyed learning about this blog also!

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