Posts Tagged: ileostomy

Getting in on the #IBDadvocacytag

I answer five questions about living with and advocating for people affected by inflammatory bowel disease – in a video!

Getting in on the #IBDadvocacytag

I answer five questions about living with and advocating for people affected by inflammatory bowel disease – in a video!

World IBD Day 2017: Taking it to the streets

If people aren’t being informed about IBD within the public forum of the internet, it’s time to educate in the public square of the city.

World IBD Day 2017: Taking it to the streets

If people aren’t being informed about IBD within the public forum of the internet, it’s time to educate in the public square of the city.

J-pouch 3rd anniversary

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.

J-pouch 3rd anniversary

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.

The better side of the internet

If you find a way to cut through the worst of the internet, you just might find the best of people.

The better side of the internet

If you find a way to cut through the worst of the internet, you just might find the best of people.

Say when

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.

Say when

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.

Lest I forget

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.

Lest I forget

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.

It’s not about being perfect; it’s about being better

Enduring difficult times doesn’t automatically mean sublime days are ahead. After living through my surgical complications though, I thought they would be.

It’s not about being perfect; it’s about being better

Enduring difficult times doesn’t automatically mean sublime days are ahead. After living through my surgical complications though, I thought they would be.