“Release Your Inner Beast” by Carla Rodrigues Now Available

Carla Rodrigues, Long-Time ERC Supporter, Publishes New Book:

Release Your Inner Beast: Embrace your Inner Endo Warrior 

In “Release Your Inner Beast”, Carla Rodrigues wholeheartedly reflects on her personal story and challenges faced during her battle with endometriosis.  Within these pages, you’ll find her definition of a fulfilling, happy, and healthy life as she transitions from a young girl with an unexpected diagnosis into an endo-free survivor with a victorious story to tell.

Are you one of the many people that experience a heavy feeling of helplessness and loneliness, no matter how fulfilled you feel in your life?  You put your all into everything you do, day after day, at work, at home, at the gym…but there’s still something missing?

Whether you’ve been diagnosed specifically with endometriosis or another chronic condition, you know someone going through a difficult time medically or in life, or you’re looking for some overall encouragement and need a boost of confidence, you’ve come to the right place.  Immerse yourself into a world where you will find reassurance that you are not alone, regardless of your unique story.  This book holds the key to recognizing your full potential and most of all, putting yourself first.

Join the millions of people who share a common desire to take control of their health and happiness.  Be part of a revolution that understands we all have our own story to tell. Own your story.

Your inner beast is within you, waiting to be discovered.

Purchase “Release Your Inner Beast” Here

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The ERC Congratulates Bella on “This is Me”

This is Me Fashion_Bella

Bella B. was a competitive athlete for 9 years, until she was forced to retire due to unexplained, relentless back pain.  Her journey through more than three years of doctor’s appointments, endless tests, and a few misdiagnoses finally resulted in a diagnosis of Endometriosis at 16 years old. It was a difficult decision not to return to sports, but she did not want to allow this disease to define who she is.  She began modeling and pageantry, which led to combing her passion for the stage and her passion to raise awareness about Endometriosis, culminating in “This Is Me Fashion Benefit”, in support of the Endometriosis Research Center.  We are so grateful to and proud of Bella!

“This Is Me Fashion Benefit” had a fantastic turnout of over 250 guests, 6 vendor booths, 10 silent auction items, 6 designers, and 30 models, which was held at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM.  Bella worked with countless community members to create an exciting show to break the stigma of talking about Endometriosis.  She is very active on social media and has had a number of people reach out to chat about Endometriosis.  She will graduate from high school this year and has applied to medical school, as she hopes to become a gynecologist, specializing in the excision of endometriosis. Congratulations, Bella!