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Being Thankful for Our Community! COPD Awareness Month 2022

Last updated: November 2022

November is COPD Awareness Month. From being first diagnosed and finding a treatment that works for you to learning to live with this chronic condition, we know it isn't easy. That is why we want to focus this year on our community here at COPD.net and why we are thankful for it!

Finding things to be thankful for

Being diagnosed with COPD means learning to accept that life may look different than you originally planned. Learning to function under the limitations of COPD may be challenging and frustrating, but that doesn't mean there aren't things to be grateful for.

Hopefully, our community is just one of the things you may be thankful for, and here our Patient Leaders share some things they are thankful for:

30 Things I'm Thankful For
7 More Things To Be Thankful For
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Below are tools for connecting and making the most of COPD awareness month.

Share your story

Whether you are living with COPD or caring for a loved one who has it, your story is worth sharing. Spread awareness and make an impact on the COPD community by sharing your story.

What are you thankful for?
 

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