How to Love Someone Who is in Pain

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Pain is an inevitable part of the human experience. More than that, it is actually a key element of our survival. It is designed to be a warning signal that we cannot ignore, alerting us that something is wrong and we need to take immediate action to fix it. This is generally very helpful to keep us safe and healthy. However, there are certain types of pain that do not go away by taking one simple action. The warning sign carries on flashing with no obvious way to turn it off. It could be crippling anxiety, an eating disorder, the loss of a family member, or literal physical pain. Read More


My Endo-Healing Morning Routine

Today marks six weeks since my laparoscopic surgery and in a magical turn of events, over the last few days I have begun to experience pain-free mornings for the first time in about six months! When I do experience pain later in the day I have often been able to get by with just paracetamol or ibuprofen, no heavy pain-killers. This has been quite surreal and amazing and such great motivation to keep going with my natural healing regime. So, I thought I would share the exact details of what I do each morning… Read More