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Hi all!

Firstly: thanks to all of the regular readers of my blog. Without you my articles would be absolutely pointless! I try to get new pieces on here when I have something to write about, and I hope that what I’ve already written is of use or interest to you. Some people have asked about other ways in which they can help me in my little quest of supporting people with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases such as Crohn’s, and raising the awareness of these diseases, so I thought I would put this page up giving you some ideas.

The first way of course is by sharing any articles I write that you found particularly useful or interesting. At the bottom of each article you’ll see a selection of buttons allowing you to share that page via social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Of course you can just copy and paste the link for each article onto your page on Facebook, Twitter etc to share with your family and friends. I never have any problems with people sharing my articles.

A while ago I wrote about the charity wristbands that I am selling to raise money for Crohn’s and Colitis UK. A fair few people have bought one, if you are interested in supporting this way then you can check out that post here.

I also have a Twitter account (@TomCoppin) where I post links to a lot of my articles and update on how things are going. Then there is the Facebook group where I share articles that I’ve written as well as other Crohn’s related articles that I find around and about the place. If you have bought yourself a wristband then do feel free join in and post a wristband selfie!

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