Just a general question.
I know CF is a big pain in the bum to most people. It's a horrible thing.
I've also noticed over the years though, a lot of people have different views about how they feel about CF.
Some people find it easier than others to cope. A lot have noticed that there mentally stronger than they probably would be without CF, as they have been through so much. Not much normal stuff can even phase them anymore.
I know a lot of parents have such a fear of CF. And I can understand why. Yet, somehow the kids themselves seem to just accept it eventually.
I suppose we're forced to accept it, as if we didn't, we would go insane.
Some of my friends can even point out the good points about CF, although me personally am a bit too negative for that, but I can completely agree when they do make the point about the good things. Still I can't think of them off the top of my head.
So, how do you view CF?
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