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    • #19002
      Kevin Schaefer

      Hey everyone, and happy Valentine’s Day!

      Check out Jennifer Chamberlain’s latest column. She writes about how being a CF caregiver has impacted her marriage, and how she and her husband navigate the challenges.

      Here’s an excerpt, “What we never waver on is that we’re a team, united for our daughter’s health. Sometimes we have to strip it down to that fundamental goal to see past our conflicts. Fortunately for us, most times we do agree on the course of our daughter’s care, but we always make a plan to resolve our disputes when we come to an impasse.”

      How do you navigate relationships when CF is part of the picture?

    • #19005
      Jenny Livingston

      Jenn has such a way with words, and I love that she doesn’t shy away from talking about the harder aspects of CF. While she and I are in different positions — she being the parent of someone with CF, and me being the person with CF — she is spot on when she talks about it being a team effort. I am so glad to have someone in my corner 100% of the time, even when it’s not easy.

    • #19006
      William Ryan

      I think my wife and I do a really good job navigating cf! She definitely lifts me up if I’m going through a rough patch (ie hospital stay or bad infection) and stays on top of me. I appreciate having a different voice in my ear recommending trying something different if what I’m doing isn’t working. I try my best to stick to being healthy and being here for my wife.

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