by Anita Brown

Self-Isolation During The Coronavirus Pandemic

by Anita Brown

Anita has been self-isolating due to the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it would have on her should she be infected. Here she shares her experiences so far and reminds us of a few things we should consider.

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Categories: Chronic Illness, Mental Health, Coronavirus

by Stephie Simpson

Running: Why My Illnesses Won’t Hold Me Back

by Stephie Simpson

Stephie has taken up running this year to support a close friend raising funds for their local hospital. Find out why, and read more about Stephie’s running with a stoma journey in this blog.

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Categories: Physical Activity, Mental Health

by Katie May Chesworth

Disabled Bodies In Mainstream Media

by Katie May Chesworth

With Love Island on her mind, Katie discusses why it’s so important that people with stomas and disabilities should be better represented on the television and in mainstream media.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Mental Health

by Rachael Kin

Running With A Stoma

by Rachael Kin

Rachael looks back at when she went for a run before she became sick, and shares her plans to get back into the activity with the help of some stoma support.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Physical Activity, Mental Health

by Jay Hyrons

Attending The Festival Of Remembrance With A Colostomy And IBS

by Jay Hyrons

Jay recently attended the Royal Albert Hall for a televised event where she commemorated her late husband. Read on to see how she dealt with the anxiety of an unpredictable stoma and the worry of its activity in front of a special audience.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Stoma Problems, Mental Health