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As an adult, your social life can often be crazy at times. It always seems like there is something going on. To keep up with everything, 2 things are needed: time and energy. As an adult with CF, sometimes these 2 things are lacking. In addition, some social situations may not always be easy. Talking about CF may not be something you're entirely comfortable with. Friendships play a role in your overall health and can positively impact your well-being. Below are some ways to help you feel more at ease in social settings.

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Weigh the pros and cons: If your social group is unaware of your CF, think about what would happen if you told them about it. It helps to look at the pros and cons. Oftentimes much depends upon the person or people you're telling.
Open up: It may not be easy, but as you become more comfortable with close friends, talking to them about CF can actually help deepen your relationship and provide relief at times. This is entirely up to you. True friends will support you no matter what and do their part when they can, such as helping with treatments or joining you for a trip to the doctor.
Find relief: When you open up, you may find relief in telling others about CF. When you have a good friend you can rely on and trust, sharing jokes and laughing about all the stuff that goes along with CF can feel really good.
Have fun: Pick things to do that will benefit you and your health. If your friends like to cook, invite a few over and create high-calorie meals together. If you have a friend who likes to exercise, pick an activity to do together.
Say no: You can't do everything. If you're tired, feeling low on energy, or just don't feel like doing something, it's OK to say no. True friends will understand and there will always be a next time.
Be cautious: Friends come and go. That is a natural part of life. Let go of the negative. You don't need people who can't or won't understand your health needs. Look for friends who are caring, compassionate, and supportive. You won't have to look very far!

*Source: Conor Reid- A patient with CF.

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