Row Row Row Your Boat with Crohn’s And Ulcerative Colitis

Every once in a while you hear something that no only makes complete sense but also blows your mind.

Have you ever thought about how the song we all grew up with, actually had a much deeper meaning? Add on the extra statistics and thoughts that Youtube sensation Prince Ea includes and it will make you think.

As patients with chronic illnesses, it’s our responsibility to do everything we can to give ourselves the best chance. Yes, we need a great support network around us. Yes, we are going to need help from time to time. But we also need to put in the work and effort to make our lives the best they can be also.

Now this isn’t easy. It takes patience, time, energy, and mental strength to be able to get back up again after our IBD knocks us down. As Prince Ea says, being positive person can help your health. The #1 cause of death is stress and Harvard researcher Sean Achor reports that optimists live a healthier life, recover faster from illness, and live longer.

So, are you waking up with the good intention of living this day to the fullest you can? Or are you waking up worried about how you’ll survive the day? We won’t be able to make everyday great with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. But it’s important that we do our best to make the good days and even the okay days the best we can.

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