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Your friendships enrich your life. Studies show that people who have good friends and good relationships are healthier, happier and may live longer. Managing your friendships while managing your condition is a balancing act that you can learn. Her advice?
Carefully choose whom you tell and exactly what you tell them. With your most trusted friends, you might choose to share more. It could bring just the support you need.
When Susie Janowski of Pocatello, ID, told her friends about her ulcerative colitis, she got an outpouring of support. Support groups for ulcerative colitis and IBD are readily available on social media and in real life.
A word of caution about support groups: They should be supported by a health professional. Telling your oldest, dearest friend that you have ulcerative colitis is one thing.
Sharing that information with a boyfriend of girlfriend might feel like quite another. Reiss recommends not going into too much detail at the beginning. Share what you need to share at first and answer any questions they have.
You can offer more details as things progress. These tips might help:. If it does, talk to your doctor about how well your treatment is working for you. These tips might help: Be in control of when you arrive and when you leave. Scope out bathroom locations when you arrive.
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Staying Social With Ulcerative Colitis