Friends, Family and PHTeens at PHA's 10th International PH Conference

Friends, Peers and PH

Sometimes balancing your social life with your PH can be tough. Get tips for managing potential challenges in your relationships with friends, peers and romantic interests

Talking To Your Peers About PH

When your peers don't understand PH, they can ask hurtful questions. Read how Becca handles insensitive comments

Living with PH .... and Your Family

As you grow older and more independent, living with PH can make your relationships with your parents and siblings more complicated. Get tips for moving forward



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