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      Colleen Steele
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      When my son was diagnosed with PH I didn’t think I would ever be able to enjoy anything every again – thank includes listening to music. But the exact opposite happened, music became more important to me than ever.

      In my column this week I share how music has been there for my family through good times and the really bad. Music to me is a mood, a memory and inspires hope for the future.

      Is music something that is important to you? What song(S) are most meaningful to you?

      Here is the link to my column: The Day The Music Lived

    • #33724
      Jen Cueva
      Keymaster

      I love this piece, @colleensteele! Music, for me, is such a mood booster. I’ve been in the hospital and out of it, and my family and friends will play music and say that I sing along. I know one song, my husband, Manny, always plays me, is, Everything I do, I do it for you, by Bryan Adam. That’s our wedding song, and he says it often will cause some reaction.

      Many songs have been my go-to when I need a boost. This is why music is so helpful when we need it the most. I love that Cullen did not allow the music to die, nor did you. Who knew that movie would inspire hope and freedom? LOL Thanks for sharing.

    • #33726
      Colleen Steele
      Keymaster

      @jenc that is a PERFECT song for you and Manny! Now I will always think of the two of you when I hear it.

    • #33727
      Jen Cueva
      Keymaster

      Thanks, @colleensteele; he certainly holds up his end of that song; that’s a given. Music can be therapeutic in many ways.

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