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by Andrew Tubesing


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Thank you for this touching and funny look at a challenging disease and the . As a long-time sufferer of Ulcerative Colitis I wondered about the concept of looking at such a life-altering disease with humor.

book by Andrew Tubesing. Thank you for this touching and funny look at a challenging disease and the resulting lifestyle. I gave the book to my daughter who suffers for ulcerative colitis and she loved it- she read from beginning to end in one day without stopping- often laughing out loud.

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Part 2: Colitiscope Author Andrew Tubesing interview. Billed as the book on the topic, Colitiscope is a humorous book about living with digestive illness. Topics include Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America, Take Steps fundraising walk, and his book "Colitiscope: Living with Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Coitis. Excerpted from Chalk Talk on 10. the Team, Albuquerque, recorded on April 9, 201. Категория.

Crohn’s Nutrition & Exercise. Living With Ulcerative Colitis. The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation and other resources offer even more tips and support for living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. Living With Crohn’s Disease Living With Ulcerative Colitis. Daily Life With Ulcerative Colitis. Ulcerative Colitis Flare-ups. Ulcerative Colitis Nutrition & Exercise. Newly Diagnosed Information. Get Your Restroom Request Card.

I picked this up at the library, along with any other book on Crohn's Disease I could find, after my 12-yr old son was diagnosed. This guy is an absolute hoot!

This is a must-read for every IBD patient and their supporters. More of an adventure story than an encyclopedia, Colitiscope weaves humor with introspection, information with observation. I picked this up at the library, along with any other book on Crohn's Disease I could find, after my 12-yr old son was diagnosed. This guy is an absolute hoot!

Colitiscope is a book about living with Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Humorous and reflective, it is a great resource for patients as well as their loved ones and caretakers.

Colitiscope is a book about living with Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.

living with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis : adventures, humor, insights. by Andrew Tubesing People. There's no description for this book yet. Published 2009 by Pfeifer-Hamilton Pub. in Albuquerque, . Ulcerative colitis, Patients, Anecdotes, Biography, Crohn's disease.

book on the topic!, Colitiscope: Living With Crohn's Disea.

book on the topic!, Colitiscope: Living With Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. A humorous book for IBD patients and their families, friends & caretakers.

Colitiscope is a perfect way for Crohn's and colitis patients to share with others the daily challenges of living with inflammatory bowel disease. This is a must-read for every IBD patient and their supporters. More an adventure story than an encyclopedia, Colitiscope weaves humor with introspection, information with observation. Its tales and insights chronicle many struggles common to IBD sufferers while also covering the symptoms, medications, and procedures from a uniquely entertaining viewpoint.
Ynonno
A+
Memuro
Hilarious and totally relatable!
Dalallador
This is a great book! I recommend this to anyone who has ulcerative colitis and any one who knows someone with the disease and want to understand it better.
Risteacor
As a long-time sufferer of Ulcerative Colitis I wondered about the concept of looking at such a life-altering disease with humor. It can only be done, I think, by someone who not only has the problem, but who can step outside of it and be willing to share in things that are not only embarrassing, but very serious. Reading the book I found myself remembering some things I'd forgotten from my own past and getting a chuckle out of them.
This book will amuse those who have bowel disease, but I think will be a greater benefit to those who are close to someone with it and are trying to understand. Unless you can say you live your life in constant fear of embarrassment and illness, you need to find someone who can do a good job of explaining the experience to you.
I recommended the book to my family doctor and to my colon specialist for suggested reading material for patients and their families. I haven't found anything on the subject that is a well done as this book. It will mean someting to a great many people.
Well done.
Warianys
This is one of those rare texts written by someone who can relate to both health care providers and laypeople alike. The humor keeps it light while the insights into what it's like to suffer from ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease are illuminating for those who care for and live with people with these conditions. Tubesing doesn't gloss over the details of the day-to-day existence of people like himself, but neither does he dwell on his disease as though it's his one defining characteristic. I think in particular that medical residents, especially those going into gastrointestinal specialties, would benefit greatly from reading this text, and because it's highly accessible to anyone, I would recommend it for family members of people with inflammatory bowel disease conditions.
Authis
Funny, forthright, and informative, this book opened my eyes and awakened my compassion for those suffering from Crohn's and colitis.

In the course of sharing these essays with others, I've learned that several people in my life live with either chronic bowel disease or digestive complications related to some other ailment. Were it not for Colitiscope, the topic would have never been raised, and that entire dimension of their lives would have remained unknown to me. With the subject broached--and with the knowledge gained from reading this book--I can now be a more understanding and effective friend.

In the end, these essays transcend Crohn's and colitis and offer a window into the challenges of living with any number of quiet afflictions. You walk away from the book more open, more inquisitive, and more equipped to understand one another.

It's a brave thing the author has done, publicly bringing attention to this subject, and I applaud him.
Moronydit
"Colitiscope" straddles the delicate line of balance between offering a detailed description of common signs and symptoms of bowel disease (no laughing matter) with a range of thought-provoking, often humorous, stories shared from an insider's perspective (a laughing matter). The author accomplishes the art of de-sensitization ----- tackling a taboo topic while utilizing the prism of humor. This book offers a series of stories from the author's own history which, hopefully, many individuals with bowel disease can identify with yet in a format that allows family and friends to better understand, empathize and respond to those with this hidden illness. Five stars for content, readibility and educational insight.
I stumbled across this book one day through a facebook fan page. I myself have Colitis, and was immediately drawn in by what the book had to offer. Reading Andrew's stories, it really felt like I was reading mine. The insights and humor he shares is sure to make any Colitis or Crohn's patient feel at ease. Crohn's and Colitis are two embarrassing diseases, but Andrew says, they don't have to be. This book is meant to let all those out there with this condition that they are not alone. It's always nice to have others around so they we may comfort each other.

I don't know what else I can say, other than, everyone should read this book, if for nothing else than to learn about a very unknown disease so that you may understand it better and be more empathetic to those with it.

~Ken Kwaterski
Colitiscope: Living With Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis ebook
Author:
Andrew Tubesing
Category:
Diseases & Physical Ailments
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Publisher:
Pfeifer-Hamilton, Inc.; 1 edition (September 1, 2009)
Pages:
192 pages
Rating:
4.1
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