29 Dec '16, 3am

Crohn's Confessions via @@AliOnTheRun1

Working from home is both a blessing and a curse during Crohn’s flares. I’m so grateful to work from home most days because of the unpredictability of my stomach and my need to be near a bathroom at all times. That is a wonderful, lucky thing. But it also starts to feel incredibly isolating. Before the holidays, I found myself feeling lonely. I haven’t been partaking in any of my usual activities that get me out of the house — working out, going to events, seeing friends, generally being social — so it’s just me, all day, every day. Ellie is a phenomenal companion, and having her around does help, but this disease gets me feeling a little lonely.

Full article: http://www.aliontherunblog.com/2016/12/28/crohns-confessi...

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