Patient opposite me in the hospital ward:
At least Crohns isn’t as bad as giving birth
That’s no baby’s for me then
As most of you know I am doing a fabuleux give away because all of you magnifique people helped one of my IBD/Chronic illness posts reach over 1000 views :)
The incroyableprize will be announced very soon but before the announcement I will be posting some clues.
To enter the draw all you have to do is inbox me your name/blogs name before the 28th of October.
This made me laugh
Suffering in silence is awful, but suffering out loud and not being heard is worse.
The relationship you have with your health care team is essential, if you feel that you are being mistreated, disrespected or not listened to it’s time to switch doctors.
I recently reached over 1000 reblogs/❤️’s so to say thanks to all of my lovely online family I’m doing a giveaway!
To enter all you need to do is inbox me your name/name of your blog! The draw will be open for 1 month from 27th of September 2014.
The prize will be announced in 3 days!
💊💜GOOD LUCK 💜💊
Saw a gynaecologist today and have another condition to add to the list.
Does anyone else have this/ can give me some advise on how to deal?
"Oh I don’t even remember how it feels to be sick"
Said me never
Who are some of the outstanding Health Activists who enrich the lives of others by sharing their experience, knowledge and strength? Nominate them for a WEGO Health Activist Award.
Soooo I might have got nominated for a Best in Show award with WEGO.
Let’s Team IBD/ Chronic Illness this and show em’ how we can really raise awareness, the positive way.
Things chronically ill people should never tell them selfs:
• It could be worse
• I’m fine… Really…
• Its all in my head
• I wish I was normal
• At least it’s not *insert other illness”
• My life is basically over now
• I will never achieve my goals
• Everything has to change
We all have the great ability to adapt to new surroundings so take each day one step at a time and stay strong.
When your on a new drug and really feeling it.