by Rachael Kin

Cinderella With A Stoma – The Dreaded Exercise Class

by Rachael Kin

Rachael is an ostomate, funeral care worker, mum of 1, and the recent winner of Miss Divine Buckinghamshire 2018. She also enjoys a bit of origami. In her first blog with SecuriCare, Rachael discusses what led to her diagnosis.

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Categories: Chronic Illness, Physical Activity

by Rakhee Patel

Technicolour: A Poem Of Change

by Rakhee Patel

Rakhee has been through a substantial life changing experience due to her Crohn’s disease and ileostomy. She’s taken some inspiration from Lord of the Rings and placed a few of her thoughts regarding those changes into a poem for National Poetry Day.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Chronic Illness

by Jen McGregor

How Your College or University Can Help When You Are Chronically Ill

by Jen McGregor

Jen is about to start her seventh year in higher education and has taken the opportunity to provide readers with some guidance and a few tips about getting the most from your studies when living with a chronic health condition or illness.

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Categories: Chronic Illness, Disability

by Billie Anderson

What My Illness Has Taught Me

by Billie Anderson

Billie has been through a lot over the last 2 years. Here she shares some of what she’s learnt from her journey so far.

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Categories: Chronic Illness

by Jen McGregor

My View On Body Positivity With A Chronic Illness And Ostomy

by Jen McGregor

A positive body image can be difficult to attain and hold on to, especially when you’re dealing with Crohn’s disease, medications and anxiety. Here, Jen tells us how she coped and why she now loves her body for its strength and determination.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Chronic Illness