The trio talks about the times they’ve experienced guilt in dealing with CF. Guilt comes in many ways, and as Gunnar says, isn’t generally recognized until after the fact. He thinks guilt masks itself as frustration or anger. Guilt seeps into their lives mostly when they are sick and they feel like people are making unusual accommodations. Lea mentions that guilt is one of her most difficult challenges to deal with. She talks about having a hard time articulating her guilt to her support system and struggles with accepting helping. Tiffany talks about the days before her transplant when she was entirely reliant on her parents to survive. How does guilt impact your life with CF?