How We Fight
With WomenHeart, No Woman Fights Heart Failure Alone
We can all be empowered to be
our own greatest advocates
Meet 20 WomenHeart Champions answering the most-asked
Heart Failure questions as they work to fight the stigma surrounding
Heart Failure. And hear in-depth stories from three of them about their lives with Heart Failure.
Women wear many hats – as mothers, grandmothers, wives,
aunts, daughters and caregivers – we tend to put others’ needs
above our own, and often dismiss our symptoms or blame
ourselves for our diagnosis. As women with Heart Failure, we
often face delays in getting diagnosed and seeking care. But
there is no shame in a Heart Failure diagnosis. And with
WomenHeart, no woman faces that diagnosis alone.
Watch the videos to hear from these inspiring women, and watch this Facebook Live to learn more about Living an Empowered Life with Heart Failure.
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Porothea's heart failure story: Finding sisterhood
Starr’s story: Finding your voice with heart failure
Susan's mantra for living with heart failure: "Just Be"
How do you find hope when thinking about your future with heart failure?
What do I wish I had known when I was first diagnosed with heart failure?
What should I do if my heart failure symptoms worsen?
What does heart failure feel like?
Will I need to quit my job because of heart failure?
Besides family, whom can I talk to for support with heart failure?
How will heart failure affect my family?
Will my heart failure impact intimacy with my partner?
How does heart failure impact women’s lives differently than men?
Can I exercise with heart failure?
How do I deal with guilt and shame from heart failure?
Do I need to change my lifestyle because of heart failure?
Can I live a normal life with heart failure?
How do I tell my family about my heart failure diagnosis?
How do I know if I have heart failure?
How can I manage heart failure as a mom/caregiver?
How do I know if my heart failure symptoms are worsening?
How do I stay stress free after my heart failure diagnosis?
What does congestive heart failure mean?
If I’m hospitalized for heart failure, what does that mean?
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