Emotional Support


Coping with Endometriosis:

What do I tell others about endometriosis By: Ellen Johnson for Endometriosis.org

Endometriosis Survivors Letter – By: Heather Guidone, Center for Endometriosis Care

The best thing you can do is become your own advocate ~ Educate Yourself


Books on Coping with Endometriosis:

Coping with Endometriosis – By: Robert Phillips

See more resources on our Books page!


Emotional Support Graphics:

Inspiration, Coping, Support and Awareness Graphics

You don’t have to do this alone!

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More Support & Inspirational Graphics:

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Endo Support’s #EndoDidYouKnow Endometriosis Awareness Campaign:

See #EndoDidYouKnow educational graphics on our Endometriosis Awareness Campaign. Follow the #EndoDidYouKnow Campaign in March for Endometriosis Awareness Month.

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‘The whole is more than the sum of its parts’. ~Aristotle