Category Archives : ATTITUDE

24

Oct

Steve C.
Steve C.

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” I’m a husband, father of two, cancer survivor, and I battle CF every day of my life. I was diagnosed with CF at 3 months old and in March 2017 READ MORE

20

May

Desmond H.
Desmond H.

Sports do not build character. They reveal it. – Heywood Broun I have always believed that the more work you put into something the better the results will be. Sports have always been a huge part of my life. I READ MORE

03

Jun

Cody
Cody

All my life I’ve been told to do this, do that. Through school, from family, from respected members of public. Then I’ll speak to someone who says something completely different. Due to my naivety of life at that time, I READ MORE

27

May

Sandy
Sandy

“It will never rain roses: When we want to have more roses, we must plan more roses.” – George Elliot We have always tried to stay positive even in the toughest of times. Cystic fibrosis has taken a huge mental READ MORE

24

Feb

Gabrielle
Gabrielle

“The truest heroes have problems and fail – what makes them special is that they continue to stand up and defy the odds.” Running has always given me a positive attitude and outlook on life – it helps me start READ MORE

21

Aug

Kathy
Kathy

As I got older, I found myself struggling with more and more CF-related health issues. From lengthy hospital stays to being on oxygen 24/7 to having to leave my job and go on disability – my whole world seems to READ MORE

06

Jun

Julie
Julie

I am one of the crazy CF mamas. A misfit caregiver with a passion for getting it right. A rebel CF mama who questions doctor’s orders, and evaluates the outcomes. I am a CF mama who sees things differently. I’ve READ MORE

09

Apr

Haddon
Haddon

I am ten years old and I LOVE to run! I run in 5ks and 10ks, and love to win. My personal best is running a10k in 49 minutes. I like to beat older people who don’t have cystic fibrosis READ MORE

11

Mar

Karen

“Impossible can be broken down into two words: I’m possible. Never forget that.” I keep a box called “Things I am Grateful For,” and each night before I sleep, I write down at least one thing to add to it. READ MORE

11

Mar

Glenn
Glenn

My son has cystic fibrosis, and in spite of that, lives his life as any other normal teenage boy does. He plays soccer, baseball, basketball, and now boxes. As a parent it is sometimes hard to step back and realize READ MORE