Invitation To Partner

I could talk about periods all day long. What used to make me cringe and uncomfortable is now what make I have chosen to spend this season of my life talking about and training on. I trained a group of ladies from Moi University a few days ago, and I loved it! There are wayContinue reading “Invitation To Partner”

#31 Days of Endo ~ Sarah

Day 15 đŸ™‚ 23 years after Sarah first sought help, she got it. Sarah shared her story with Lisa of Bloomin’ Uterus in March last year. * New to San Diego, Sarah was diagnosed with Endometriosis when she was 38 years old, after seeking help for over 20 years.  Today, a year later, she shares herContinue reading “#31 Days of Endo ~ Sarah”

#TheKenyanEndoStory: Elsie Wandera

The second Kenyan Endo warrior sharing her story with us is Elsie Wandera. Hers is a story of pain, hope and sisterhood. After struggling to get a diagnosis, she vowed to help other women know that they do not have to suffer in silence, and they do not have to walk alone. She is theContinue reading “#TheKenyanEndoStory: Elsie Wandera”

The Conversation Needs To Go On

Gone are the days when parents could wait for the eve of their child’s 12th birthday to broach the subject of adolescents and sex. Children are maturing much earlier now, also, they are exposed to a lot of informative content from a tender age. Their attitudes and thought patterns are formed long before they hitContinue reading “The Conversation Needs To Go On”

When Sex Hurts #TheKenyanEndoStory

Sex is supposed to be synonymous with pleasure. Sometimes, it is not, and pain takes the place of pleasure. Over time, it is possible for this to strain a marriage. One of the symptoms of Endometriosis is pain during or after sex. Pain during sex is seldom talked about and many women and marriages are sufferingContinue reading “When Sex Hurts #TheKenyanEndoStory”