Bold life host, diana falzone was on capitol hill to advocate for endometriosis education to be taught in schools nationally. she has dealt with the condition. she was able to give birth to a beautiful baby boy earlier this year. #boldtv
Today is world diabetes day and it’s currently diabetes awareness month. 💙💙💙💙💙
as a nurse, a large group of my patients are diabetics where their daily life consists of checking their blood sugar, injecting insulin, and watching what they eat every single day. that is just a small part of what happens in the life of a diabetic.
my grandmother on my fathers side died from complications related to diabetes and that’s why this chronic disease sits so close to my heart.
i hope for a cure someday in the near future but for now i’ll do whatever i can for my patients.
You’re strong! i know it’s not easy it’s really really hard. but you’re a warrior and warriors never give up they keep fighting no matter how hard it is they keep pushing through. i know it feels like a never ending battle but one day it’s gonna all be worth it. just keep fighting and keep pushing through even when it feels like you don’t even have enough strength to breath. keep pushing through even if you feel like your body weighs 1,000 pounds. keep getting up and keep shining cause one day your story will change the world or at least make a small difference. don’t loose hope, you’ve got this. i know it’s a difficult journey. all this pain is invisible and all the weakness is not noticeable and all the fatigue is just unseeable but i understand. and i’m here for you you are not alone we all have our own battles but we can stand together and be strong for each other 💕 just a little reminder to let you guys know that you’re never alone. love you guys and stay strong you’re beautiful, you’re courageous, and you’re a warrior. #panhypopituitarism#opticnervehypoplasia#hypothyroidism#adrenalinsufficiency#chronicillnessawareness#chronicillnesswarrior#fighter#awareness#invisibleillness#legallyblind#endo#growthhormonedeficiency#myjourney#raredisease#chronicfatigue#chronicdisease#spoonie#spoonielife
some of you may know, i have #endo and have had multiple operations to try and maintain the pain levels.
did you know, that 1 in 5 women will suffer from endo at some point in their lives. of those 1 in 5, less than 5% will have reoccurring endo. i am in that statistic. i have stage 4 endo and next week, i will have my 5th operation in 5 years (plus 2 c-sections). so, i thought i would try to document my journey.
i will show you how i cope and how i use oils to support my body through this process.