Tag Archives: awareness

2015 Year in Review

Did you miss me?  I know, I know.  It’s been a long time since I’ve written anything.  But just because I wasn’t blogging about diabetes, doesn’t mean I wasn’t actively participating in anything diabetes related. It was a brutally cold … Continue reading

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Attention!

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 … Continue reading

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True Story, Part 2…

“Oh my God! You didn’t wipe your skin with an alcohol wipe!” my coworker exclaimed as I was injecting my Novolog before lunch. “Nope! Haven’t done that in years,” I responded matter-of-factly. Now, while I am NOT condoning this type … Continue reading

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GUEST BLOG: “To Julie: The (Un)Definition of the Diabetes Diagnosis” by Mary H. Wu

My friend Mary, a two-time kidney transplant recipient, writes about knowing the “non-diabetes” side of me. I hope you enjoy reading her piece as much as I did. Here is the full piece in case the link from the previous … Continue reading

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GUEST BLOG: “To Julie: the (Un)Definition Diabetes Diagnosis” by Mary H. Wu

MaryWuGuestBlog My friend Mary, a two-time kidney transplant recipient, writes about knowing the “non-diabetes” side of me. I hope you enjoy reading her piece as much as I did.

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