How to Talk
to Loved Ones
About Your Breathing
Having support from your family and friends can help you remain active and reduce stress.
At first, you may feel guilty about having to rely on others for more help than usual. But it’s important to realize that there may be times when you just can’t go it alone. That’s okay.
Loved ones of people with breathing difficulties may often:
HELP WITH HOUSEHOLD CHORES AND ERRANDS LIKE GROCERY SHOPPING
LEARN ABOUT THE CONDITION AND ITS TREATMENT
ENCOURAGE YOU AND HELP YOU TO STICK TO YOUR TREATMENT PLAN
ACCOMPANY YOU TO YOUR DOCTOR'S APPOINTMENTS OR WHEN YOU PICK UP PRESCRIPTIONS
TO CONNECT WITH
OTHERS LIKE YOU,
YOU CAN SHOW OTHERS WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO HAVE YOUR CONDITION—JUST ASK THEM TO TRY
BREATHING THROUGH A STRAW.
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