This is a must watch for anyone with a chronic condition that affects the stomach, intestines and digestion. It goes into great detail on how the gut works, how the brain affects the gut, how the gut affects the brain and much more. Please take a moment to watch this 15 minute video. I can […]Read more "VIDEO POST: The Brain In Your Gut"
Many activities can look scary when having an ostomy. Some of them are and precautions have to be made. You should only partake in many activities if they are in a safe environment. Skiing is a sport that some ostomates stay away from. There are so many factors and variables that go into a sport like […]Read more "Skiing and Snowboarding With An IBD or Ostomy (Video Included)"
Sometimes there are just things that aren’t right in society. Some of them we can’t do anything about, others though we can have a voice and make changes. The other day I was at a local sports bar in Norwalk, CT and when I went to the bathroom there was no door on the stall. […]Read more "Public Bathrooms With No Doors"
A few weeks ago I attended the memorial service for my good friend Jennifer Jaff. It was a day which I will always remember and one which I found very inspiring. As I’ve written before, Jennifer and I have a lot in common. With everything we have in common I actually heard so many things […]Read more "Jennifer Jaff’s Memorial Service"
This is the new Maroon 5 video Daylight, which is made out of footage from regular people. No celebrities appear in it. I’m a big Maroon 5 fan. After this video, I’m an even bigger fan. Now I’m looking forward to seeing them in February even more! It’s important for those celebrities and groups, such […]Read more "You Have To Love Maroon 5"
As another Crohn’s & Colitis Awareness Week comes to end, we now have to look forward to what’s ahead. Just because the week of awareness which is recognized by the government is ending, doesn’t mean that the work stops. When it comes to any chronic disease, there isn’t any one day, week or month to […]Read more "Crohn’s & Colitis Awareness Week: 365 Days A Year"
Hi everyone, I wanted to thank you all for the following that I’ve had over the first few days of this new site. As I continue to use this blog, I will always share stories of my dealing with Crohn’s disease, overcoming IBD, living with an ostomy and creating a nonprofit to benefit those with […]Read more "A Little Bit Of Me"