Blogs on Living with Crohn’s Disease


Living with Crohn’s Disease can sometimes be very lonely. Since joining this online community of IBD bloggers, I have felt less alone than I have in a long time. It is comforting to find people who REALLY understand my daily struggles. These are people, who, despite being sick themselves, will do their best to brighten your day! Check out the following blogs on Living with Crohn’s Disease.

  1. Awestomy! {}
  2. Blood, Poop, and Tears {}
  3. *Girls with Guts {}
  4. *Inflamed and Untamed {}
  5. *Intense Intestines Blog {}
  6. Clinicalalimentary {}
  7. I Be a fooDie: Cooking with Crohn’s and Colitis {}
  8. Love for mutant Guts {}
  9. Caring for Crohns {}
  10. Flustrations {}
  11. A Guy with Crohn’s {}
  12. Too Hip for IBD {}
  13. My Stupid Crohns {}
  14. *The Great Bowel Movement {}
  15. asizcreatives {}
  16. #purpleproject {}
  17. *Journaling IBD {}

An * Represents resources I find the most helpful. Remember that this is not a comprehensive list. There are a large amount of bloggers who write about living with IBD.


38 thoughts on “Blogs on Living with Crohn’s Disease

  1. Thanks for pointing me to these. I’m a blogger with Crohns, but I don’t blog about my Crohns, especially since I was diagnosed after I started writing. It can be very isolating sometimes, mostly because I am too embarrassed to discuss life wtih Crohns. I look forward to exploring these.

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  2. I have been thinking about starting a blog about my Crohn’s journey for a long time! When I was diagnosed I found it difficult to find information other then that off medical sites. I plan on telling tales of my journey, try to help other with food ideas and I would love to be considered part of a community where we can help each other out.

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  3. Lauren, I love your blog. I do not suffer from this disease, but I recently got involved with the CCFA Team Challenge here in San Diego. I’m running the Rock ‘n Roll Marathon in November 2015 to support Crohn’s & Colitis. I’d LOVE your assistance (and your audience) in helping me reach my fundraising goal. Please view/share my personal page. Good luck on your journey and I’ll continue to keep reading.

    ❤ Christine

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    • I will definitely pass the info along! Thank you for spreading awareness for a disease that you do not even have; you have a generous soul! Good Luck! I hope you reach your goal, but your spirit, goodwill and intentions are all that truly matter; so in my opinion, you have already reached your goal! Thank you for your support, and I will make sure to share your story! Best Wishes! Lauren


  4. if this is not allowed delete, my husband has severe Crohn’s disease which has almost taken his life a few times he went through 4 emergency resections in 1 month and was place in a colostomy bag for 6 months on the same day our first child was born he was rushed to ICU and taken in for his second emergency surgery just 3 days after his first one where he had to be recesitated due to his condition he has been unable to work and we need help with debts and medical bills and don’t know where else to turn.


  5. My friend Tammy Williams, is a full-time traveler and writer with Crohn’s disease. Tammy gave up her job as a litigator last year and is traveling the country in an RV with a dog and a cat. Among other things, she writes about “The Constant Companion,” her disease, how she manages it on the road, and how she doesn’t let it control her life. Her website is, and she writes about the Constant Companion at

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  6. Hello,

    My name is Sattin, and I work for The Henne Group(

    We are conducting a unique project that involves individuals with Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, that are on Entyvio. The Henne Group is collaborating with C Space, a trusted research agency, in building a private online advisory group, or online community, of 50 individuals living with various health ailments, in Australia, Canada, Germany, the US, and the UK. Participants will share their opinions and feedback with a well-respected pharmaceutical company, whose goal is to understand more about your journey as a patient and to help develop new therapies to improve patient care and treatment.

    Patients who qualify and agree to participate will:
    -Share their opinions and observations about their health experiences
    -Interact with other individuals that have the same health ailments as they do
    -Influence innovation at a pharmaceutical company
    -Earn honoraria (Monthly electronic gift cards and payments) for market research participation

    You can participate in this online community whenever and wherever it is convenient. You will be asked for your opinions and ideas in a variety of ways, including surveys, discussion boards, and brainstorming sessions. Members will typically spend about 5 to 15 minutes per week in the community. NO ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO SELL ANYTHING OR INFLUENCE MEMBERS’ THINKING AND ALL PARTICIPATION IS CONFIDENTIAL.

    As a thank you for your time and contributions to the community, members have the opportunity to receive honoraria in the form of Amazon e-gift certificates along the way. The more they participate, the more they receive!

    If you are interested in participating, please complete this short screener to see if you qualify.

    Thank you!
    Sattin Bacus


  7. Hello everyone.
    It’s my first time really talking about my plight. 1st i have crohn’s but also I’m a TB carrier, so that means no Humara or any of different derivatives of such drug. So i have moved to Oregon and have started on cannabise, high CBD and the strieght CBD oil. I’m doing very well but now have a hard time finding a job.


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