Posts in category: diagnosis
Finding the Good in Diabetes.

buy gabapentin online overnight Yeah, diabetes sucks. Majorly. I would ditch it for the cure in a heartbeat (if only I had some faith in one…) But after this post I shared earlier this week, I kind of felt like it was only fair that I balance it out with some of the upsides. Because,…

The Advice I Would Give to My Newly Diagnosed Self

enter site I’ve lived with type 1 diabetes for eight and a half years. Depending on where you sit on that spectrum, that will either feel like a remarkable feat or nothing more than a drop in the ocean. I can remember the isolation I felt when I was diagnos…

My Diabetes Family

http://apacheip.com/about-apache-industrial-services/ Diabetes is an incredibly isolating condition to live with. Nobody around me can see the relentless decision making, thought processes and feelings that I am left to deal with on my own. To add to that, I do most of the housework including finger prick…

Its About Time…To Raise Awareness of Diabetes!

This week, I’ve been lending my voice to Diabetes Australia’s National Diabetes Week campaign that is calling on earlier detection of both types of diabetes. It is a campaign that I am really, really proud to support. As a person living with diabetes, …

The 4Ts of Type 1 Diabetes

Happy National Diabetes Week! This year, it’s once again all about raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. I know that I’ve been critical of diabetes campaigns in the past, but hit play and let me tel…

Perspectives on Pumping.

I recently had a student reach out to me for insight on a research project titled ‘Positive and Negative Social Impacts of Insulin Pumping.’ I really, really loved these questions. I was never asked how diabetes made me feel after my diagno…