Endometriosis–the long-awaited answers

**Before you read this post, I want to say that I am not a doctor and I do not diagnose or treat illness.  Everything that I write here is free information about what I have done to help my body to heal.   ***What I write below is what alternative health products appear to help alleviate symptoms of endometriosis.  It is important to have the painful adhesions removed, which I did when I hit a pain crisis which led to my understanding that... Read More

Fighting illness? female?

What I find interesting in this article is that while 5th grade boys (stereotypically) tend to rise to challenges, smart girls more easily give up: “..bright girls, when given something to learn that was particularly foreign or complex, were quick to give up – and the higher the girls’ IQ, the more likely they were to throw in the towel.” [The above goes along with the themes discussed in “The Curse of the Good Girl”... Read More

Why girlfriends = health

Girls having time to hang out with other girlfriends is vital to maintaining a woman’s health, apparently it’s programmed into our DNA! Check out this article with the science behind “why”: http://crazysexylife.com/2012/why-girlfriends-health/  Read More

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The Curse of the Good Girl

The title comes from Rachel Simmons excellent book (same as title).  I write the following particularly to point out the cultural programming most women carry into their adult lives… p.3 “..if their college applications are stamped with twenty-first century girl power, girls’ psychological resumes lag generations behind.  The Curse of the Good Girl erodes girls’ ability to know, say, and manage a complete range of feelings. ... Read More