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How I Learned To Be The Best Advocate

By: Christine Joyce “You had the power all along my dear…you just had to learn it for yourself.” -Glinda, the good witch, The Wizard of OZ, (L. Frank Baum)That one line probably best sums up my approach to
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How I Learned To Be The Best Advocate

By: Christine Joyce “You had the power all along my dear…you just had to learn it for yourself.” -Glinda, the good witch, The Wizard of OZ, (L. Frank Baum)

How Sleep Hygiene Has Affected my Chronic Illness

By: Charlotte Rensberger If you search the internet, numerous sources will discuss a link between sleep, mental health, and chronic illness. But there are still many questions that science has

How I learned I had PTSD from Surgery

By: Taylor Carmack When you’re sick for a long time, being sick is the only thing you know. For me, everything in my life changed so I could live

Holiday Cheer with an Ostomy

By: Luz Jimenez Christmas is my favorite time of the year. The festivities, the special climate, and the joy of this celebration cause me to have an incredible feeling of
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Tips to Achieving Remission

By: Dr. Neil Nandi, IBD-OLOGIST at Drexel Gastroenterology “IBD flares can occur independent of the best care. However, ensuring treatment without interruption and avoiding flare triggers can make all the

How Sleep Hygiene Has Affected my Chronic Illness

By: Charlotte Rensberger If you search the internet, numerous sources will discuss a link between sleep, mental health, and chronic illness. But there are still many questions that science has

How I learned I had PTSD from Surgery

By: Taylor Carmack When you’re sick for a long time, being sick is the only thing you know. For me, everything in my life changed so I could live

How My Ostomy Has Improved My Mental Health

By: Kelly Brynn The ten years leading up to my ostomy surgery were incredibly difficult. After years of failed procedures, my body just didn’t function. I was unable to