“I learned that everyone struggles with their appearance, it’s just not as public as what I go through.”
I landed in the hospital for nearly a month. And it’s a strange, strange universe with its own rules.
I’m here to tell you that you’re not alone.
We live in a world that believes your life’s obstacles can be cured with the right medication.
After four years of this so-called balancing act, of being so aware of everything I consumed and whether it was good or bad for me, I needed a change.
I am trying to be healthier. And yes, a big part of that is increased energy, better skin, and a generally lighter feeling, but part of that is a bit of weight loss.
I never thought I’d be so mesmerized by surgeons pulling out fat from a clogged artery until now.
I think a lot of us have experienced that goldilocks effect — never being enough of the right thing to escape criticism.
Crohn’s Disease is a chronic illness which can affect any part of your intestinal tract; from the esophagus down to the intestines.
Since the age of 14, I have experienced repeated episodes of major depression that has had a massive impact on my quality of life.