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      Whether or not you celebrate Christmas, the holiday season can bring mixed emotions for many. Depending on family relationships, sometimes it’s stressful to see non-immediate family members or the chaos of the holidays can leave folks feeling exhausted. This is especially true for those of us living with IPF!

      On the flip side, the holiday season can be filled with a lot of special moments, memories, and traditions. Personally, those are the pieces of the holidays that I thoroughly enjoy and I really cherish the quality time with friends and family, even more so since my diagnosis. I’ve always loved the idea of creating my own traditions with family as I got older, so I loved reading this column by my fellow columnist Sam Kirton: Beginning a New Holiday Tradition to Honor My Lung Donor.

      Have a read through Sam’s column and let us know your thoughts.

      What are some of your favorite holiday traditions? 

      Have you made any new ones since your IPF diagnosis? Do you plan to? 

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