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It’s important to give yourself a break from the screen once in a while. Katie Hurley says, “The key to helping teens learn to balance social media with the real life friendships is to keep the lines of communication open and keep talking.” She means to say this to parents. However, she has a good point. It is important to balance and I believe we should disconnect once in a while and focus on ourselves or friends/family by going out and paying attention to the world that is out there. Who knows maybe we’ll even forget about our phones! #disconnect#socialmedia#balance#friends#focusonyou
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I'm Liv and I was diagnosed with Crohns disease in July 2016. I starting developing all sorts of symptoms including diarrhoea, severe pain, bleeding, bloating, weight loss, even arthritis in my ankles! I was referred to the GI team at my local Hospital where they carried out a series of tests and low and behold I was later diagnosed with Crohns!
I have had a rollercoaster of a journey since diagnosis, trialling lots of different medications - Steroids, pentasa, sulfazalazine, Azathioprine and now Mercaptopurine. I have not been able to tolerate many of these drugs due to horrendous side effects which in the end were making me feel more ill. During my stint of taking Aza, although my Crohns symptoms seemed to be suppressed I started getting regular migraines which were debilitating and left me bed bound for days, I also developed dermatitis on my lower face and ended up really low and in a terrible mental state because I felt so out of control of my own body and constantly overthinking and worrying about the potential risks of the medication.
My IBD team at Homerton Hospital have been literally amazing on this journey, they always have a plan B or different route to take and are always at the end of the phone when I need them. I was referred to a councillor where I completed a course of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help with my mental health. The strategies I learnt during this have really carried me through the incredible tough times and will continue to help me to keep strong mentally when my body is giving up on me.
I know that the journey isn't over but I will continue to work hard and am so grateful for the support network that I have in my life - we are not alone and as long as you have a strong mind you can tackle anything!
🇩🇪 Das perfekte Tanz Video! 😎 Wie man erkennt nichts? 😣 Muss ich jetzt etwa auch noch für Beleuchtung sorgen?!? 😂🥳Aber die Situation war wirklich ziemlich lustig! Meine Freundin @franzitrautmann und ich waren in der Stadtmitte in Karlsruhe zur After Work Party. Was ein After ist weißt du ja und work ist englisch und heißt Arbeit. Jedenfalls war kein After war da!Vielleicht sollte man dieses Ding besser umbenennen? Egal! Ich bin demnächst in Heidelberg... mal gucken was da so geht! 😜
🇬🇧 The perfect dance video! What?!? You can’t see anything? 😣 Do I have to worry about lighting?!? 🤔 But the situation was really funny! My friend Franzi and I were in the Stadtmitte Club in Karlsruhe for After Work Party. After is German and means ass as you might know and work is english and means work. 😂 In any case, no ass was there! Maybe you should rename this thing better? I don’t care! I'm in Heidelberg soon to see what's going on there! 😜