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This week I caught up with the wonderful Jessica Murnane, talking about her new book, Know Your Endo, which is out now. If you didn’t manage to catch the IG Live, you can listen to our interview here, where we talk about:
How she found writing a book about endo - in the middle of COVID!
How to prioritise your health with endo without feeling guilty or overwhelmed.
Defining what your ‘best’ is with endo and how to walk the line between accepting that some symptoms may not fully resolve (but can be reduced) whilst also recognising when there is a deep root cause to be investigated.
How she celebrates her progress with endo and practices self-compassion.
Her key tools for managing endo including knowing your endo, stress management, good food, movement and changing our body/home products for more endo friendly versions.
Navigating relationships, having friends with endo and looking after yourself in community spaces.
How to be an advocate for endo without the burn out!
Jessica’s new book Know Your Endo is out now in the UK, US, Canada and Australia.
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