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Coping strategies, non-medication symptom management, challenges, quality-of-life issues and other day-to-day experiences of living with narcolepsy or idiopathic hypersomnia.
Support and understanding from others dealing with difficult relationships, whether with partners, family members, friends, coworkers, care or other service providers.
Day-to-day experiences and concerns with other children who are just learning to live with narcolepsy. Parents of children with narcolepsy are encouraged to connect with other parents for support and understanding.
Relationships...dating..driving...jobs...school...homework...PARENTS!!! And with all of this, how are we supposed to find time to sleep?
Okay, so it's not funny anymore...Or is it? You tell us.
Parents, grandparents, partners, siblings, children, and friends of people with narcolepsy cope with and support a loved one.
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