Guest Blog By: Brennen Reeves
If I were to count all of the scars on my body, the ones visible to a bystander at the beach, I’d need your fingers and toes, plus mine. And someone to mark the tallies. Thirty-eight. I’ve counted. From my chest, to my stomach, up to my neck, and down to my ankles the grooves are endless it seems. I don’t think I have any on my back but then again I cannot see my back and I still have trouble with sensation from the bilateral lung transplant I received in 2011, so I wouldn’t be able to feel them either. Continue reading Only I Can Look Into My Mirror
“We’ve kind of realized that if we wait it might not happen,” she said.
Caleigh Haber has been dreaming of her wedding day for as long as she can remember, but she never realized it would come like this.
The 27-year-old, who has cystic fibrosis and is currently in need of her second double lung transplant, is about to marry the love of her life, Bryan Takayama. It’s an exciting celebration with a somber undertone.
Continue reading Strangers Help Give Woman in Need of 2nd Double Lung Transplant Her Dream Wedding
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Making it Matter Ep. 18 – Cystic Fibrosis and Long Term Relationships
Julia and I answer an email from a listener who asks about long term relationships, marriage and kids. Admittedly, neither Julia nor I are even close to that point in our lives, but we do discuss some of the things that are Continue reading Making it Matter Ep. 18