D is for Diabetes Cumbow
I understand what it’s like living with diabetes, but I have no idea what it’s like living with someone who has diabetes. I can imagine, but even still, I don’t know what that experience is like. It’s not something I ever stopped to consider until my boyfriend brought it up the other day. He said […]
Diabetes is expensive. I know it’s expensive, because I paid for it out of my own pocket for more than four years while I was an uninsured diabetic. What few companies willing pick me up, only picked me up at an exorbitant cost because of my “pre-existing condition.” It was a constant struggle and an up hill […]
I meet new people on a daily basis through my profession. I am regularly sticking out my hand to shake, followed by an introduction and usually a business card exchange. None of those things allows my new acquaintance to know I have diabetes – and that’s the way I prefer. I’m not ashamed, and I’m […]
The learning curve with diabetes never really goes away. Just when you think you’ve figured out how something effects you, something comes along to make it change.