- 30 Jun, 2020
- Online now
- Newquay, Cornwall, United Kingdom
- Body type:
- 5' 7"
- Caucasian (white)
- Home and family
- Marital status:
- Single / never married
- Arts, Cooking, Crafts, Dancing, Dining, Family, Gardening, Health / Fitness, Listening to music, Movies, Photography, Playing music, Television, Travel, Watching sports
- In my own words:
Im am looking for like minded people who understand the situation we are in, not having to shy away from meeting new people again after my new ostomy, long term health issues and more surgeries to come. My confidence has gone and i want to try and build it up again I love to laugh and make others smile. Im thoughtful, considerate and loyal. I would love to get out in the great outdoors again. I like photography, watching movies, countryside, Animals. Would love to have a travel buddy to see the beautiful world we live in, and not bat an eyelid when my ileostomy, (aka suzy stoma) decides to let rip haha. ☺Would love to get back into exercise and get my pre op body back ;) and get my health & fitness level up, so i can hopefully do alot more. Living by the sea is amazing so would be lush to explore all the sites with someone. ⛱ I have very few true girl friends now due to being isolited,and unwell so would be nice to make girly friends on here also who r going through the same problems and would like a girly chat. I know no women in the same situation as myself. So if any girlies wanna chat to. Sending all my ostomates big hugz xx
Nobody should be left to fight on their own. Every person with EDS should have access to the appropriate medical services and care.
That is why we are here, that is what drives us to work everyday. To offer support to anybody touched by Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
- 5 May, 2020
The Ehlers-Danlos Society kicks off Ehlers-Danlos Awareness Month on Monday, May 1.This month-long observance of awareness, education, outreach, and fundraising for the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and related disorders first began in 2006.For too long, patients have had to wait years, even decades, for a diagnosis.xxx
- 5 May, 2020
I know i have had my stoma a long time, but still have
Accidents but have learned to live with it .
Very hard at this moment in time finding a friend to Socialise so Thought I’d give this site a go ,if you need to chat about everything I’m here
- 19 Mar, 2020