The Kenyan Endo Story

10 Tips On How To Support A Girl Who Has Painful Periods

Hospitality is not for the fainthearted. It takes a special amount of grace to host someone. It's easy when the boundary lines are in bold and everyone knows whats theirs. When the lines get blurry, the waters become cloudy. For some, hospitality comes naturally. Once you hit puberty, as a woman, your body informs you… Continue reading 10 Tips On How To Support A Girl Who Has Painful Periods

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The Diary Kenyan Endo Warrior: My Journey With Hormonal Acne

I've struggled with hormonal acne for well over ten years. As a teen it was nerve wrecking. One day I woke up with pimples on my face that seemed more like mountains, and they just wouldn't go back to where they came from. I was told that apparently acne during puberty runs in the family… Continue reading The Diary Kenyan Endo Warrior: My Journey With Hormonal Acne

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The Diary Of A Kenyan Endo Warrior: When It Rains, It Pours and Sometimes Overflows

Dear Diary, My periods, while in high school, started off innocently, like the morning dew, I was relieved to finally be a woman. And then someone opened the tap and they poured and overflowed. The number of times that I soiled my clothes and sheets are too many to count. It was the usual, so… Continue reading The Diary Of A Kenyan Endo Warrior: When It Rains, It Pours and Sometimes Overflows