Crohn’s Disease & Perspective

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Crohn’s Disease: 3-year old talks about his Dad’s illness

“I can handle things! I’m smart! Not like everybody says… like dumb…”

It’s two (2) more years till Kindergarten, and I am already SO over Fisher-Price toys and smiling on-command every time one of my Mom’s friends talks gibberish to me just to make me like her.  Everyone does that to me; even my aunts and uncles.  I don’t get these people; just because I don’t […]

There is a Need for the “Crohn’s Disease Warrior Patrol”

Cropped CDWP Pic Dec 31 2012

For those faithful readers of my Blog and my other Health Care Social Media (“HCSM”) Platform journalistic contributions, I apologize for again writing about this “Crohn’s Disease Warrior Patrol” but something magical is happening relating to it and I need to share the experience.  It quickly went from an idea to a Blog entry to an […]

If Crohn’s Disease don’t getcha, the drugs or the side effects will

Recently, I tweeted via @HospitalPatient:

Battling Crohn’s Disease is like trying 2 survive “The Perfect Storm” in a Raft. If the Disease don’t getcha’, the drugs or the side effects will!

The Tweet was re-tweeted by MANY people so I guess I accidentally stumbled into explaining what it feels like to live with, and manage, a chronic illness like Crohn’s Disease.  More importantly, this Tweet can be true of […]

“Scars ‘R’ Sexy” Charitable Clothing Campaign

 This Video is my unique and heartfelt contribution to the  “Scars-R-Sexy” charitable clothing campaign run by RockScarLove.com.

People go through so many difficult ordeals in life and often the physical ones are memorialized by a Scar.  But, just as with everything else in life, it’s all a matter of perspective.  Some women playfully find Scars to be “Sexy” yet others see them as significant symbols […]

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