Category Archives: Endometriosis

Beware of the Endo Grinch {video}

Happy Holidays! There’s a grinch in our midst called Endometriosis (aka endo). I created this holiday greeting video to raise more awareness about endo. Watch my Endo is a Grinch holiday greeting video. If you liked this video, share it with others to help me raise awareness about endometriosis: {Tweet this} Happy Holidays! Check out this cool video greeting card […]

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Nine Reasons Why I’m Grateful For Endometriosis

Did you say you were grateful for endo-me-tri-osis? Did I read you correctly? Yep, you did. I know it might seem absolutely looney and you might be thinking, “This girl should go see a doctor for a brain scan because why would anyone be grateful for the horrible, painful, debilitating endo condition.” I know it […]

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Hope Resources

Buy on Amazon Buy on B&N  Buy Hope Cards Dear Woman is an inspirational memoir of one woman’s ten-year journey with a chronic illness. Chavos writes with an open, vulnerable, and candid conversational style about her fears, discouragements, doubts, anger, hope-deferred heart, and victories.Dear Woman was inspired by the woman in Luke 13. Weaving her own story […]

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30 Things About My Endo Journey You Don’t know

Okay, here it is…Are you ready to know a little bit more about me? Hopefully this won’t scare you away 😉 1. How do you pronounce the illness: En-DOE-me-tree-o-sis  2. I was diagnosed with it in the year: 2009  3. But I had symptoms since: Fall 2004 – I walked to the restroom and felt nauseous.  4. […]

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14 Ways Endometriosis (Endo) Can Be Pain-free and Fun

I know endometriosis is really not a fun condition, but I decided to play around with the strange-weird looking name. Believe it or not, there are words inside of the name “endometriosis.” About 900 plus words within endometriosis according to a word program I used. Here’s the challenge, come up with fourteen different movie titles, […]

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What is Endometriosis Anyway?

Endometriosis (aka endo) is an invisible debilitating condition affecting 176 million women. Some stats state 200 million women are affected. Whatever the number, that’s a lot of women.  It’s where the displaced endometrium tissue of the uterus shows-up on the outside of the uterus. The displaced tissue bleeds each month during the menstrual cycle causing the […]

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Endometri-What?

Dear Woman, My sister is a doctor. Well…not really, but she should be. She’s the one who diagnosed me. I know that sounds strange, but it’s true. Okay, let me tell you what happened. It was the Fall of 2009. I was relaxing with my gadget savvy husband, Garry, at our loft apartment (previously an […]

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