Family: You can't live with 'em, you can't live without 'em. While your family can be your main support system when you have a chronic illness like ulcerative colitis, sometimes they can harm your wellness efforts. Here's how to deal.
You walk into the exam room and greet your GI. You know you had a million questions, but now your mind’s gone blank. Use this crib sheet to get the info you need.
Follow these great suggestions on ways educate your friends about life with IBD, so you can feel more comfortable and get the support you need.
Looking to add some IBD inspo to your Insta feed? Follow this diverse group of Crohnies who are sharing the raw and real sides of living with a chronic illness.
After your child is diagnosed with IBD, you may feel guilty. But it’s not your fault. Here’s how to support them.
Going to a speed dating event 12 hours after a scope for ulcerative colitis would be chill… right? Here’s what happened to one woman — and what she learned in the process.
Want to support your friend or loved one with IBD? Here are some easy dos and don'ts.
What do you do when you’re finally healthy but your friends are still sick? Where do you fit in the community? Jackie shares how going into remission with ulcerative colitis changed her relationships.
Being a spouse and caregiver to someone with ulcerative colitis can be challenging, but this woman with UC has a message: You’re the real MVP.
Want to use your experience with Crohn's or ulcerative colitis to help others? These veteran patient advocates have the tips you need to get started.