Latest by Mandy Morgan

On Raising a Child with IBD: Parents Share Their Stories

They might not have Crohn’s or Ulcerative Colitis, but parents go through their set of challenges, trials, and errors with children with IBD.

Grief After an IBD Diagnosis, It's Natural

Feelings of grief and loss, similar to losing a loved one, can often occur after an IBD diagnosis due to not feeling like your ‘old self’ anymore.

Conquering Crohn's and Colitis with the Help of IBD Therapists

CBT-IBD specialty networks are small right now, but they’re growing. These therapists specialize in helping the unique challenges of living with bowel disease.

The Famous Faces of IBD

From celebrity chefs to actresses like Selea Gomez and rock stars like Lady Gaga, inflammatory bowel disease touches even the lives of the famous.

The Unwritten Rules of College with IBD

Navigating a new campus with new friends can be both daunting and exciting. Add IBD in the mix and there are some extra rules to keep in mind.

Tackling Your Freshman Year Of College With IBD

Expert advice for navigating your first year on a college campus with IBD, from someone who’s gone through it.

Are You OK Staying In When Your Partner Goes Out?

How do you deal when you’re too sick to go out, but your partner isn’t.

How Can You Stay in Shape with IBD?

Low-impact sports and exercise routines are the best options for people living with IBD. Try one of these to stay in shape without overdoing it.

Strengthening Your Core With an Ostomy

After you get an ostomy, you may notice that any strength you had in your core muscles has gone away. Keeping your core muscles strong after an ostomy is key to help you perform everyday activities more easily.