Latest feature for Everyday Health is up

My latest story for Everyday Health is up: Mental health advocate Serena Goldsmith discussed her experiences living with both Crohn's disease and bipolar disorder

“What has always been important is bringing myself back to balance. Having the knowledge and ability to do that for myself, just that awareness has given me a huge gift,” Goldsmith says. “I used to feel like a victim of my brain and my body and felt they were both attacking me. Now, it’s the opposite: I’ve become a master over it. I’m more vulnerable and sensitive to things than other people, but I don’t necessarily see that as a bad thing, it just keeps me on a good path. I’m healthier — and stronger — as a result of that awareness.” 

For more: https://www.everydayhealth.com/crohns-disease/symptoms/crohns-mental-health-tips-living-with-ibd-bipolar-disorder/

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