This week we have officially launched our campaign @ibd_beauty_and_the_bag to inspire and empower body confidence after bowel surgery.
It’s not something that is talked about enough and it’s a very real feeling.
At just 24 years old I had to learn to adapt to a new life and accept my body had changed.
I have had to work on myself IMMENSELY to get to this point and continue to do so daily but from the very moment I accepted this 2nd chance at life was a better one, I became fearless in the pursuit of supporting others and educating about our IBD journey.
It’s took me 7 years to publicly share a photo with my bag but I always knew when I was strong enough, I wanted to make an impact.
Manchester’s biggest billboard should do it
Special thanks for the support of:
“To anyone who is struggling to adjust to life with a stoma, please give yourself time, do not expect just after surgery that you are going to feel like everything is going to be amazing.”
“My Name is Victoria Danson and I have lived as an Ostomate for seven years. I have shared my story in alliance with Hollister to empower other ostomates. Hollister care and strive to make life more rewarding and dignified for people living with a stoma.”
This post is sponsored by Hollister Incorporated #Ad