Many years ago, when people were diagnosed with congenital heart defects, their doctors warned parents about the dangers of allowing their children to cry, to become upset or to exert themselves. What have doctors learned from those early pioneers in the realm of congenital heart disease (CHD)? How has the medical world come to view CHD Warriors' needs to take part in physical activities? What kind of activities are common amongst children who survive childhood with funky hearts? What can children, and adults alike, expect if they over-exert themselves? What kind of activities was our Guest, Jennifer Weiner, able to enjoy? How has her enjoyment for physical activities changed over time? Join us for the answers to these questions and much, much more!