Affiliate Disclosure

This blog uses affiliate programs to help with monetization and to cover website costs, which means when you click on links to various sites that  are recommended in posts or pages from the website and eventually you make a purchase, this very well could result in a commission to this website.

An example of an affiliate program that is used on this website is but there may be others too like among others.

The products or services which are recommended within this website have been used by either me (Adam) or other writers who have submitted their stories to the website.  There may be exceptions, but the overall idea is based on allowing access to different products or services that are available to people who have ulcerative colitis, and if there is some type of earnings potential that this website can earn, that opportunity may be taken.

This website is growing each and every month since it started, and therefore, it is obviously providing great value to its readers, that is clear by the thousands of comments and stories that are submitted daily.  If you have any questions about the affiliations or advertising from the website, please don’t hesitate to contact me via the contact page listed at the top.

Third Party and Sponsored Ads:

Text and image ads that appear in the right column of this blog are third party (Google AdSense) and sponsor ads. I do not personally endorse the products and services advertised in these ads. These companies are not affiliated with nor their products or services.

Overall, please assume that any link you click on within this website might end up in some sort of affiliate referral fee to the owner of

And if you are wondering why this webpage exists, it is to comply with some FTC guidelines about referral fees from websites and affiliate rules governing the internet.

Again, if you have any questions, please feel free to fill out the contact form on the contact us page so we can discuss.

Thanks for your understanding,