Life Update!

Good Day followers!

I know it’s been far to long since I wrote a new entry, That’s due to the fact that I really don’t have the time to do the necessary research needed to write an accurate IBD entry 😕 & honestly IBD hasn’t really been an issue for me the past few years…I mean other than a few off days as far as I know I haven’t even had a low-level flare-up! I have been dealing with my own personal issues involving “weight & whatnot” that you may have noticed on my other social media accounts, however, no need to be of concern! I can almost positively say that it’s not IBD related! **& will not be speaking about anything other than IBD online.** but other than that my health is in a pretty good place!

Right now I’m just trying to get by. Let me tell you that living alone “well with the two dogs“… trying to manage money working a like 25-30 hour per week retail job is not easy! & very stressful! but such is life right!?

Well just thought I would post a short update and let you guys know that I’m still breathing! Haha here’s a few pictures from the past few years!

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Trusted Therapies- Patient Story: 3 Tips for Newly Diagnosed IBD’ers

shared my story on the wonderful Trusted Therapist website, Check it out then look through the rest of Trusted Therapist educational website!

Patient Story: 3 

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Top 5: Favorite Photo’s I have taken!


My sister

Photo I took of my sister













Vote on you favorite!

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Differences between IBD and IBS:

Now, As you see there are a few similarities between the two, However, Majority of those similarities involve bathroom issues. Those with IBS do not suffer with inflammation where as IBD sufferers do, Inflammation which not only effects the bowels but most of the body everything from eyes to joints. Also with IBD you get Structural Change’s in digestive track. Most people with IBD will require surgeries where as IBS suffers (generally speaking)…..

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Shout Out To All Gusty Walk Participants!

Shout out to all my IBD friends who attended/Helped out/volunteered at the Gutsy Walk today!
Hope all went well and you made some great connections!
No one can understand what you are gong through more then another IBDer so remember to keep those people close to your heart!
You should all be proud of yourselves, you raised some great awareness and funds for this important cause!
Wish I could have been their walking in unison with you wonderful folks, I will join you next year!

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14 days left until the Gutsy Walk!!!

14 days left until the Gutsy Walk!!!
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If you haven’t yet shown your support to this VERY important cause you can still do so now! Every $ counts!

Facts from CCC:
~1 in every 150 Canadians is living with Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative colitis – a rate that ranks in the HIGHEST worldwide.
~Families new to Canada are developing Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative colitis for the first time – often within the first generation!
~Most alarming, the number of new cases of Crohn’s Disease in Canadian children has almost DOUBLED! since 1995.

Help us stop these startling statistics by donating whatever you can afford, Here:

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What You Should Know If You Fall In Love With Someone Who Has Crohn’s Disease

Great read , check it out!

Thought Catalog

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They’re tough, because they’re used to being scared and uncomfortable and in pain. But that can be tricky. They’ve learned how to fend for themselves, so sometimes, it might take them a little while to learn how to let you take care of them too.

They’re fighters, they’re survivors, because this disease doesn’t have a cure. There’s no specific path that works for everyone. There’s no single answer. So they’ve learned how to figure this thing out for themselves – how to find the perfect balance in their treatment that allows them to live a life as close to normal as possible.

There were probably time periods in their life which they were very okay. Sometimes periods of wellness that even lasted for years. But there’s also been times where their health has been taken away from them. They’ve learned to fight for it. They’ve learned to fight for…

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