"I want to use this blog to share some of my experiences so that hopefully when you, whoever you are, read this you can see the world as I see it. You can appreciate life as a whole. I want you to laugh and have fun while you read, I do not want you to feel sorry for me, or feel like the world is some cruel unfair place. The truth of the matter is that I was dealt a certain hand of cards, and I am making the best of it."

Gunnar Esiason

Recent Posts

Breathe In Ep. #45 – Working in Education With CF and Back to School!

Katie Fielding, 37 with cystic fibrosis and 15 years of experience in public education, joins the podcast to talk back to school! Katie offers advice on 504 plans, disability protections and gives some insight on why teachers want to do whatever it takes to see their students succeed. Gunnar offers input about some positive and

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Darcy’s Column: PTSD and Cystic Fibrosis

We’ve got a new column coming at you! My girlfriend, Darcy, is going to take over some space on the blog to write about the significant other’s perspective in a cystic fibrosis relationship. She’s also going to use her training as a social worker/psychotherapist to tackle some mental health topics in the world of cystic

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Prior Authorizations Might Be the Stupidest Things in Healthcare

Prior authorization, the two dreaded words that all of us hate and fear in healthcare. It’s part of the common healthcare vernacular, we hear it all the time, and, in a way, we sort of expect it. What is a prior authorization? I mean do you even know what it is? Other than the fact

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