Spending four days in the hospital, learning how to check blood sugars and give shots, Lisa watched her little guy finally smile again. He had been the moodiest little boy, and now she understood why.
They [...]Continue Reading →
I love meetups.
I will do almost anything in my power to get to them. I missed a group meeting on Monday night, which bummed me out a bit, but couldn’t be helped.
Last night was a different story though. I spent a few hours visiting with Dean, Mike, and MissItaly. I loved it (as [...]Continue Reading →
If you are a parent of a teen who lives with diabetes, I recommend this book – but DON’T FORCE IT ON YOUR TEEN!
I met Korey when we did a session together for the Continue Reading →
We know how beneficial the DOC has been for us, and we wish that benefit for everyone touched by diabetes.
But we also know that the people in the DOC are the motivated, proactive people. These are the people [...]Continue Reading →
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