Help raise awareness by sharing your endometriosis story.
Why share your endometriosis story? Sharing your experience helps others feel less alone. It gives the newly diagnosed an idea of what to expect. Your story raises awareness and lends a voice to those who struggle to explain what life with endo is like. Sharing your story also shines a light on the areas of endometriosis care that need improvement.
Although the official endometriosis awareness month is March, raising awareness never ends. To help amplify your voice, The Disabled Diva Blog has two options.
Using the form below, submit 2-3 sentences sharing something about your experience with psoriatic arthritis or a misconception you would like to clear up. Submission gives me permission to publish on The Disabled Diva Blog and its social media platforms. Your full name will not be published, only your first name and the initial of your last name.
Submit Your Endometriosis Quote
2-3 sentences sharing something about your experience with endometriosis or a misconception you would like to clear up.
Submission permits me to publish on The Disabled Diva Blog and its social media platforms. Your full name will not be published, only your first name and the initial of your last name. You will also become a Disabled Diva subscriber. You may unsubscribe at any time.
Thanks for sharing your experience and thoughts!
Be sure to follow The Disabled Diva on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, where you will see your quote published in the future.
Share your story with a blog post. Fill out the form below to request a questionnaire. Your answers will be formatted into a blog post on The Disabled Diva Blog and promoted on its social media platforms.
Share Your Endometriosis Story
Request a questionnaire to share your endometriosis story on The Disabled Diva Blog. By requesting, you are also joining my email list. You may unsubscribe at any time. Note that a request to share your story is not a guarantee of publication. You will be notified whether or not your story is approved.
Diagnosed in 2001 with psoriasis, followed by fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, endometriosis, and later a botched hysterectomy turned her world upside down. Cynthia shares her experience, advice, and tips for how to make life with chronic pain easier and less painful.
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