Posts Tagged: Crohn’s Disease
My third year with a J-pouch was marked by flux, but through all the changes, my pouch provided stability, and in doing so, let me adapt to new situations, new challenges, and new opportunities.
If you find a way to cut through the worst of the internet, you just might find the best of people.
Volunteering for a cause that’s close to you means putting in hours of work for months on end for zero money. But there is a payoff.
When you live with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, you reach breaking points. But you keep going. Today, on World IBD Day, it’s important to recognize all that so many have had to endure.
If you’ve ever wondered what life with a pelvic pouch is like, I think you’ll find some answers in here. Also, I’ve made it to two years with my J-pouch! Yay!
I’ve made some discernible progress since ulcerative colitis claimed my colon, but just because I have a normal-ish life again, doesn’t mean IBD isn’t still a rampaging beast.
Donor fatigue is real, especially when natural disasters keep decimating the poorest parts of the planet. So I save my request for your donations to support IBD initiatives to just one time each year. Now’s that time.