Guest Post: Pranjali & Her Story

It’s been a while since I’ve had a guest post on here! Pranjali, all the way from India, got in touch with me with the incredible desire to raise awareness for Type 1 Diabetes, her story, the challenges she has faced and how she has used her countries rich history to inspire her living with […]

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Guest Post: Katie & New York City

Katie and I have been chatting for a few months regarding a recent trip that she has coming up. Katie, still in college, was concerned of people’s reactions when she inevitably had to be very open about her diabetes socially around her classmates – many of whom did not know that she was a diabetic. […]

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Guest Post: Aaron & His Pump

I obviously want to write about all aspects of diabetes as much as I can. But sometimes it’s difficult as my experience only goes so far! Especially when it comes to the insulin pump. At the moment I use injections around 6-8 times a day depending on what I’m doing. I have zero experience with […]

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Guest Post: Diabetes in the Workplace

Living with diabetes in the real world is something that doesn’t get a lot of media attention I’ve found. There are plenty of statistics and figures, lots of doom and gloom, plenty of “this might cure diabetes” talk but not a lot on what it’s actually like to live with day in day out. Especially […]

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Guest Post: The Importance of Acceptance

What a week! It’s been a fantastic #diabetesweek and thank you everyone so much for their amazing words on the blog. I cannot express in words how much it’s meant to me and the happiness I am feeling! As my final post this week I really wanted to get another viewpoint of a diabetic and […]

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Guest Post: Dating a Diabetic

What I really want to achieve with this blog is to get across as many people’s experiences and journey’s with diabetes (whether directly or indirectly) so that others can relate to and understand that whatever they’re going through, they’re probably not alone. Living with diabetes isn’t easy. But being the partner of a diabetic isn’t […]

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