Endo Empowered

Empowering Women to manage their Endometriosis through a holistic approach.

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After successfully overcoming stage 4 endometriosis, Melissa now shares her message of hope with 1000's of women around the world. 

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Most Popular Blog Posts

Do You Handle Criticism Well?

Do You Handle Criticism Well?

I have been having a rough couple of days. Perhaps it is just that James and I are so lost with what to do next, perhaps it is because we are stranded at the end of the week and don’t know where we are going to be living and so it is harder to cope…

How to overcome Nausea with Endometriosis

How to overcome Nausea with Endometriosis

I had a rough day yesterday. It has been years since I spent an entire day stuck in bed, just feeling so terrible that I couldn’t consider work or anything else. The thing that got me was food poisoning. Yip, really bad food poisoning! If you live anywhere near Rotorua in New Zealand don’t ever…

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Michele’s Story: Fabulous Female!

Michele’s Story: Fabulous Female!

Michele’s Endometriosis Story Written by Michele Here’s my story: I started my period at age 11. A very young age. I had cramps from the beginning and they got worse as I got older. It was when I was newly married in my early 20s when I suspected that I had endometriosis. I had read…

How to Fall in Love with Food Again: Special Interview

How to Fall in Love with Food Again: Special Interview

The key message that I share through my blog and my work is one of empowerment. I want to show you through my stories and my research that there are more things you CAN DO for your Endometriosis. This is a place where “limitation” is not in our vocabulary! So, I have decided to start…

Q&A Tuesday: How to Start an Exercise Plan for Endo

Q&A Tuesday: How to Start an Exercise Plan for Endo

I received a lovely email from Mehwish who wanted to know how to start getting into exercise. I know I used to struggle heaps with how to get into exercise with endometriosis as it was generally a painful experience. I also simply lacked the energy to get moving and it was a constant motivational push…

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