Parish

2022-04-11T13:32:29+00:00

If I could say anything to a fellow HS hero who was struggling I’d say to take it easy.  HS can be difficult at times and it takes time for some wounds to heal.

Norman

2022-03-22T17:09:52+00:00

In your darkest moments, it's hard to remember the best ones. If you're asking why you, first ask yourself if you wondered the same whenever something really good happened?

Jemma

2022-02-18T15:54:09+00:00

I would like to do things all the time without having to sometimes cancel plans. I try to stay positive by taking some self-care days 3 times a week and listening to music.

Ana

2022-01-03T00:38:06+00:00

"A positive experience I’ve had that was related to my HS was when I met with other HS patients my own age and it was a beautiful experience of learning and sharing."

Kim

2022-01-03T00:32:45+00:00

Hello, my name is Kim and I’m a runner. On Sunday October 17, 2021 I ran the Scotiabank half marathon. My goal was to bring awareness to my community of family and friends about HS, and to collect any donation amount to help HS Heroes in providing further education and awareness as well.

Mattie

2022-01-03T00:32:20+00:00

Once upon a time, I felt like I was so alone, but have since realized there is a whole community of support and knowledge. It's not going to happen overnight, and it will take some time, but keep your head up!

Alex

2022-01-03T00:31:53+00:00

You might have just been diagnosed, but know that this is not the end of the world and you can be healthy, beautiful, strong, rich or smart. JUST NEVER GIVE UP!

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