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A New Utopia

Of changes we have seen plenty. My writing here documents most of them, those both good and bad, welcomed and unwelcomed, short-lived and long. But the one change I haven’t written much about is the one I hope is most evident and feel most strongly affected by and that’s empathy and effort. Okay, that’s two, […]

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And My Hero Is…

The overdue final chapter of Diabetes Blog Week. This from the champ herself:   My heroes are my mom and my dad. They’re my heroes because they help me through type one diabetes. Also, because they make me feel special. They do that just by talking to me. Just a few people do that at […]

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You Should Know

Day 5 of Diabetes Blog Week. The topic: What is one thing you would tell someone who doesn’t have diabetes about living with diabetes?   This is a hard one for me. But it shouldn’t be. If you’ve followed my writing at all, you know with what vigor, emotion and honesty I’ve sought to unearth […]

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Say No More

Today’s topic on Diabetes Blog Week is to write about our Fantasy Diabetes Device. The one item we’d love to see developed to make the care and treatment of diabetes better, easier, simpler, less painful. You name it. The sky’s the limit. Here is my fanciful wish:   Say no more   Say no more, […]

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Hulk Smash

Yesterday I wrote about Franca and Lia and their strength and indomitable spirit to stare down the maw of diabetes no matter what, any day of the week, standing firm behind the motto: You want a fight? Bring it. For day 3 of Diabetes D-Blog Week the focus shifts to development, a topic for which […]

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Delightful Survivors

The rigid person is a disciple of death; The soft, supple and delicate are lovers of life.                                 –Tao Te Ching   For Diabetes D-Blog Week Day 2 the topic is to tell about one diabetes thing that we do […]

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