ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Roberts lives with IBD and IBS every day. She integrates Reiki, meditation, yoga, and exercise into her
daily routine of living with these diseases.
Read Elizabeth's BLOGS
Roberts regularly speaks on the topic
of living with IBD & IBS was featured on the following radio stations: KLPW, St. Louis; Issues Today
Radio Network; KCMN, Colorado Springs; WNTN, Boston; WOCA, Gainesville; WIBQ, Sarasota; KCTE, Kansas City; WBT, Charlotte;
and, WACK, Rochester.
Roberts is a writer, editor, and
public relations professional living in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She is also a patient advocate for people who are living
with IBD and IBS.
Elizabeth holds a degree in journalism from
the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and has worked with celebrities, artists, and political candidates. Her work has
been published in both national and international publications.
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"The primary reason I wrote this book
is to let other people who are learning to live with IBD or IBS know that there is life beyond the diagnosis,"
says author, Elizabeth Roberts.
"Learning to live with
two chronic illnesses that cause diarrhea, cramping, fatigue, changes in diet, and changes in lifestyle was anything
but easy," she explains. I had to find my will to fight, and my sense of humor. I had to realize that my doctors would
only be able to help me to a certain degree and that I would have to learn to help myself.
This book is about . . .
. . . Getting past the denial, anger, and humiliation that can accompany a diagnosis of IBD or
. . . Facing the fears about
the physical symptoms of IBD and IBS.
. . Providing ideas that may help you adjust your lifestyle to living with IBD and IBS.
. . . Helping your family and friends adjust to the new you.
. . . Using alternative “tools” to forge your
new life––from altering your diet to homeopathy to practicing Reiki and meditation.
. . . Living positively and
fully with a chronic illness like IBD or IBS.
struggle has been hard and depressing at times, but it has also taught me more about who I am, what I am made of, and
what is important to me than I ever could have imagined B.C. - before colitis, that is.
I am a stronger person today than I was in my B.C. years, and I appreciate every good hour, day,
and week that I now have.
Those of us who live with IBD and IBS know
that we all have different symptoms, different frustrations, and different ways of coping with these diseases, but my hope
for this book, Living with IBD & IBS: A Personal Journey of Success, is that it will inspire everyone who lives
with IBD or IBS to take back control of their life and live it as fully as possible.
- Elizabeth Roberts