The holidays are complicated. And getting in the holiday spirit with a chronic illness, in the dead of winter, in the middle of a pandemic, can be, well, challenging. If you are struggling to feel the magic this season, that’s OK.

If you’re too exhausted or too sad to write your letter to Santa this year, this column is for you.

I have put together a gift guide for the pulmonary fibrosis community. Whether you are newly diagnosed or post-lung transplant, there is something for everyone on this list. Maybe some of the following will even make living with chronic illness a little more magical.

First, a little disclaimer. None of the products or businesses in this list are sponsored. Neither I, nor Pulmonary Fibrosis News, are affiliated with any of these brands. I have purchased many of these items as gifts for my mom, who had a bilateral lung transplant in 2019, and am recommending them because we genuinely think they’re good.

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