The Golden Globe winner has been open about the impact of endometriosis on her personal and professional life - From E! Online
However, like everything else she advocates for behind the scenes, the 30-year-old Golden Globe winner decided she wasn't going to brush her health under the rug anymore.
"I ignored the messages my body was sending to me in favor of productivity, attempting to prove my resilience.
But that was getting harder, and soon I found myself in a hotel room in Amsterdam, knees pulled to my chest, unable to continue my book tour." "As many of you know I have endometriosis, a chronic condition that affects approximately 1 in 10 women's reproductive health.
However, the exercise was not motivated by the scale.
"I came to her and was like, ‘I have endometriosis, I have chronic physical pain, I just want to feel stronger I just want to have a stronger core, I want to feel like I have more power throughout my day, how do I get there?' I like that she was coming at it from that perspective rather than like, I'd like to shrink six inches…" "I am no longer scared of my body," she wrote in Lenny Letter.