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living with diabetes Archive

Dealing With Diabetes Stigma With Type 2 Diabetes

I have first-hand experiences of what it takes to live with type 1 diabetes. I often have to remind myself that I can only speak for type 1 because that’s my story and there isn’t just “one type.” Like many of you, I know people with LADA, gestational diabetes, and type 2 diabetes. And

Dating And Diabetes: A Valentine’s Roundup

With Valentine’s Day coming up this weekend, I always like to reminisce on some of our blogs that focus on dating, love and of course diabetes! Whether you’re dating, engaged or are married we have a roundup of blogs that are perfect reading material for this Valentine’s Day. When to Tell your Valentine about

Diabetes Care Kit for American Girl Dolls

When I was growing up, I had “Addy” the American Girl. I held on to her for years and recently gave her to my nieces so she can enjoy a second generation of family. I can’t imagine how it would have been if she had an insulin pump on her hip and a medical

Our 4 Favorite Books Of 2015

To help you sort through this year’s book offerings, we’ve put together four top reads we thought you might enjoy. What’s your favorite book of 2015 or of all time? Comment below for a chance to win an autographed copy of Rhythms! 1. Rhythms, by Francine R. Kaufman, M.D. When Dr. Kaufman wasn’t spending

Dating And Type 1 Diabetes

Socializing, friends, and close relationships are very important to anyone – with or without diabetes. Telling dates about your diabetes isn’t always easy, and how and when you tell them is a personal decision. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 7, MiniMed Ambassador, Dakota, has had diabetes for 12+ years. Hear how he’s