Climbing the Ladder of Life
Living with Crohn's Disease
'A Day With Nicky'
GO FUND NICHOLA
Second Book 2018
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December 1, 2016
at 3:57 AM said:
Please send any questions or support required to firstname.lastname@example.org.......Or ownyouribd.com .... Free psychologist , Simon Knowlws . All important at time living with end day to day Ibd .
August 27, 2013
at 10:03 PM said:
Happy Birthday gorgeous.
Climbing this ladder of yours is a bit dangerous at your age isnt it?
Just joking, have a sensational day and know that you are in my thoughts.
All my love
July 14, 2013
at 3:46 PM said:
Hi Nic, you know what to say to help everyone. Life is full of anomalies & you keep pushing through. I'm there with you too. Love from Jax
May 14, 2012
at 12:02 AM said:
You are such an inspirational beautiful lady. Puting time @ love into helping others!
Certainly inspired me with your positive attitude!
Looking forward to catching up...
Sunday 8th of July 2012 :+)
Maria @ Ray xox
April 15, 2009
at 11:54 PM said:
My husband directed me to your website after he was speaking to one of his work collegues who had been speaking to you. I have had Crohns Disease for 20 years, since I was 29. I have also had numerous surgeries both for and as a consequence of my Crohns.
I am lucky that I have a full time job and a totally fantastic boss who is very understanding. I had to have most of Jan 2009 off work as I had a major flare up and a huge reaction to the cortisone tablets I was prescribed (huge dosage) after being on hydracortisone in hospital. I was lucky, I had my children before I was diagnosed. Your book sounds very interesting. I will most likely purchase it. I don't have a ileostomy as yet, but it will probably be in my future as well I suppose.
April 1, 2009
at 8:19 PM said:
It was a privilege to nurse you in your most recent unfortunate episode in hospital. Life has handed you many lemons but you have had the abiity to turn them to lemonade. I was impressed by the maturity you handled your situation and still had the room in your heart to encourage those around you. My husband and I both read your book and applaude you for your honesty and bravery. I trust many more lives will be touched by you in the future and will be the richer for it.
Love, Dianne Parry.
January 13, 2009
at 6:11 AM said:
badly need your help. It?s like your batteries get low, and you need to charge them on someone else?s story.
I am from Ukraine and learning to speak English, give true I wrote the following sentence: "Having read a lot of resumes over the years, jeffrey nails it in his post how to write a bad resume."
Thank you very much :p. Keiko.
July 25, 2008
at 10:09 AM said:
I really recommend this book inspiration to anyone that has
crohns 5 STAR
July 6, 2008
at 4:15 PM said:
As promised, the tears flowed reading the book on the plane trip to Thailand! Had read every page by the time we flew over Darwin. It bought back a lot of memories.
More importantly, I am sure your book will help many who are going through tough times and will take inspiration from your positive attitude and ability to keep smiling.
I am looking forward to the next book and wish you all the best for a healthy, happy future.
Much love, Tracy, Jason and Renee,(not forgetting Jake, Rusty and Audrey!)
May 24, 2008
at 4:07 AM said:
I'm impressed Nic! Very inspiring! Very awakening! Very professional! I can't wait to look/ read throu it all! Makes my cancer seem so small and trivial! I admire your courage and braveness!
I'll be in touch! Robertt.
February 12, 2008
at 12:23 AM said:
I have UC, but my Sister has crohn's.
Maureen - Darwin NT
February 10, 2008
at 3:55 PM said:
I am another one with a story very similar to yourself, I was diagnosed with Chrohn's just before my 21st birthday, have had many operations and cannot have children - we have a very spoilt ridgeback dog named Scoobie, before Scoobie their was Tishy who died of cancer at 15 years. I didn't let my disease stop me from riding my horses and have done many different things in my life - mostly living in the outback with no contacts at all except the Cancer Foundation in Darwin who I get my Ileostomy supplies mailed from, we only ever had a medical clinic and sometimes a doctor in town if we were lucky but I love the outback and couldn't live anywhere else.
January 25, 2008
at 2:05 AM said:
After reading the article you wrote in the Ostomy Australia magazine I am very keen to get a copy of your book. My story is very similar to yours by the sounds of it. I was diagnosed with Crohns when I was 17, have had plenty of operations and could only have one child. I am interest in the book for my family so as they can maybe understand what I go through everyday living with Crohns (not that I would dare whinge. Anyway good on you for getting this together and I really look forward to reading it.
January 23, 2008
at 6:46 PM said:
Hope the sales are going well. I have just ordered another copy for a friend.
Also hope the health is stable, I am sure the good weather will make a differnce.
January 6, 2008
at 7:45 PM said:
I too suffer from Crohns for over 12 years. I was diagnosed with the disease when I was in my late 40's.
But I have not been through half of what you have been through, but I don't envy you. I pray that you will be better from now on. I too feel depressed at times and feel I need someone to vent my feelings. I think some counselling would help me greatly.
Thank you very much for writing this wonderful book which was given to me by my good friend as a gift.
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