Tag: anxiety

Mental health

  “Everything will be alright in the end. If it’s not alright it’s not the end.” The end of May approaches warmer weather greets us which means more outdoor activities. Let me set the day for you. After a cold long winter, there are…

A Family Who Embraces Each Other

Julie’s Perspective: I’m a 35-year-old runner, gardener, yogi, teacher, wife, and mom.  I love reading young adult novels, exploring farmer’s markets, adventuring with my family and experimenting with new recipes.  I don’t have cystic fibrosis.  In fact, for more than half my life, I…

The Gifts Of A Fight With CF

Chad’s Perspective:  Starting this blog post was a hard thing for me as putting this down on paper is not easy for me. When Dan asked if I would be willing to share something about CF to help promote Cystic Fibrosis awareness month I…

A Point of View

Perspective is the way we see things when we look at facts from a certain distance, it allows us to appreciate their true values.  These values can lead us to different illusions, giving us the ability to remove the blindfold that can overcome our…

CAN YOU SEE ME NOW

You didn’t cause it. You can’t cure it. You can’t avoid it. You can’t ignore it. You can’t control it. You try to manage it while concealing it from the “normal world”. Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is often called the invisible disease. Invisible illnesses are…

BREATHE

INHALE, EXHALE, now again INHALE, EXHALE, and REPEAT, it’s easier said than done for some. Breathing is an involuntary act which most people do not think about and take for granted. To someone with Cystic Fibrosis that breath you just took would be a gift! Many people have…

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