I wore a Medic Alert bracelet and neck charm under my parents’ supervision when I was a child, but grew to resent it. After going through my rebellious streak and not wanting people to know I have diabetes, I finally got back on the wagon and decided that there is no harm in people knowing that I have diabetes. You never know when the situation may arise that someone needs to know. I could be stranded or having a low blood sugar while out in public or on the road. It would be helpful for people to know what to do. So, dun-dun-dun, I introduce you all to my new stainless steel medic alert bracelet:



The purpose of showing off my new metal? For you to all be aware of Medic Alert bracelets. You could save someone’s life!


About julietalksdiabetes

Telling the daily struggles of living with Type I Diabetes for those who wish to commiserate or for those who just don't understand.....
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