There is always something that encourages me to write a particular blog post. What helped inspire this one was a comment from someone asking how I play Gaelic with an ileostomy and the fact that I’m playing in a 2nd county final in 3 years this Sunday.Continue reading “from the pits to the pitch”
Yesterday a court ruled that a patient with serious bowel issues should be allowed to die because he didn’t want to live with a permanent stoma. According to his mother he ‘lost his spice’ with a stoma and worried about not ‘finding a woman’. I have to address that I don’t know the ins and outs of the story, the patient had made an advanced decision and in the end that decision was his own to make.
**hiya disclaimer i absolutely despise the word bowel you’ll never hear it come out of my mouth but Abi came up with this fun title so there**
i thought it was imperative before i begin that i splurge out all the details so here are ze factsContinue reading “the fault in our bowels”
Hello readers. I am Aisling Carson I’m 23 years old. I’m Irish and was born in Belfast and have lived here ever since with hopes to travel as soon as possible.Continue reading “Introducing myself”