Crohns Disease in the mind?
by Kit Campbell
(Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
I was diagnosed with Crohns Disease at 12 years of age. I constantly suffered with the 'symptons' for the following 28 years, put on Prenisolone, Salazopyrin etc on and off to control all the bleeding.
I have had countless operations, partial bowel removals and re-section.
My last attack was in 2000, when suffering from stress of starting a new business. Started bleeding yet again from the bowel. Was booked in for more surgery. Came across a different way of thinking and the bleeding stopped within 7 days. The booked surgery at the Royal Brisbane Hospital did not go ahead and my surgeon was happy to let it be for that moment.
That was 13 years ago.
I had to have a colonoscopy last month being over 50. No Crohns :)
I want to help others understand how I made these changes and am writing constantly, with the intention of compiling a book and speaking at Crohns Disease Clinics in London and New York, maybe in September this year when I fly over there from Australia.
Please know how much your thinking can be the cause of your suffering.
creatingchange1 @ gmail.com