In this video, we explore audience questions about ostomy reversal surgery, intimacy after surgery, and more!
I’ve been fortunate enough to have been invited to join the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation for a Facebook Live Chat during World IBD Day (2018)!
Life with an ostomy can be either easy or a challenge depending on how you approach it.
I had the pleasure of being a panelist during the “Living with an Ostomy 101” webinar that was hosted by Corstrata last month.
Ostomy surgery can be stressful, even when you’re prepared.
October 24th isn’t a day I tend to celebrate as it marks the day I received my diagnosis for Crohn’s Disease back in 2008.
October 7th, 2017 – It’s another World Ostomy Day, and this year I’d like to discuss the truth about having an ostomy and ways to reach acceptance.
I’m extremely proud to be presenting Community Forums to VeganOstomy!
I love “mind hacks”, that is, something you can do to make your brain think a little differently. You can use them to get motivated or to overcome a fear of doing something that you’re afraid to do, but I’ve applied a certain technique when it comes to viewing ostomies.
When I had my ileostomy surgery, my kids were eleven and eight years old. I was quite open with them about my surgery and what was involved, but I know that it can be a challenge for some parents.
In this article, I hope to share some ideas on how to approach this topic with young kids so you are both comfortable talking about the surgery and the life that follows it.