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Meet a woman who is a Spoonie

My beautiful friend Zoe is creating a new writing venture called ‘For The Sisterhood’, and I was so incredibly happy to be her first interviewee! The article is beautiful, and I’m so excited for the future of ‘For The Sisterhood’. Have a read of the article, then head over to her site and follow her journey for more stories featuring wonderful women 🙂

For the sisterhood

“SPOONIE” An individual who suffers from a chronic illness

I first met Caroline in 2015 after my own diagnosis with Endometriosis. She was the creator of Endo Frenz, a group for women under the age of 30 years who were either diagnosed with Endometriosis or were suspected of having it.

This page was a way for young women to discuss any possible issues they were having whether it be with health issues, relationships and friendships, or issues with managing pain, as well as finding ways to uplift one another on some of our toughest days.

It was clear from the very beginning, that Caroline, no matter what she was facing, was positive and always focusing on everyone else. This is what I admire about her.

As well as being diagnosed with Endometriosis, Caroline’s other health issues include, Adenomyosis, Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome, Gilbert’s Syndrome, Scoliosis and fatigue as well as…

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