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If you have a close family member who has been diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), it can be sad, depressing and frustrating.

It is difficult to see those we love struggle daily with the illness of COPD. Dealing with a serious illness within the family can create a roller-coaster of emotions -- guilt, anger, helplessness -- all which has an affect on the entire family.

Here you will find a support group, exclusively for teens.  You can learn a lot about the disease of COPD, so that you may better understand your loved ones who suffer from this disease.

In this Chat Room and on the message board for teens, you can meet other teen-agers who are learning how to cope with all the fears, feelings and concerns that arise when living with a loved one who is suffering from COPD.

For a special outlook
on living with a relative who has COPD read
Chrissy's Story

 

 


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