Diabetes Stages

Hi everyone. I am so tired and I have a lot of homework to finish but I need to keep up this routine. Therefore, here I am publishing my final from my English class last year. Just for background information this is about the different emotions I went through during critical parts of my diabetes […]

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For The Newly Diagnosed: How To Not Be Ashamed Of Your Insulin Pump

After an endless week of learning about diabetes and how to keep my blood sugars in control, I was finally allowed to have a full day with my family to try out my new lifestyle. It was a Friday and my mom asked me if I wanted to go to school. My answer was no, […]

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Street Lights

When I was first diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes it was a hard change, it was all new. As a 9 year old I wasn’t that scared, maybe a little frustrated but I don’t ever recall being scared. However, both of my parents were scared for me.Being forced to adapt to a new lifestyle is […]

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My Favorite Type 1 Moments

Being a Type 1 diabetic there are a lot of struggles. There are a lot of days that seem to only go downhill and it can be so mentally draining. However, Type 1 can make some long lasting impressions and moments that I will remember for the rest of my life. When I was first […]

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A Day In The Life

During sports many Type 1 Diabetics experience the question, “Why are you sitting out?” Many close and curious friends also frequently ask the question of “What does it feel like when your blood sugar goes low?” In response to this question I always say, “There’s a feeling in my stomach, and you just know.” So […]

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What I Learned From Prom

I would not classify myself as an over the top girly girl that likes to get their hair and nails done on the daily, or even weekly, basis. I like to keep things simple and look natural, I don’t like spray tans or tanning beds, I would much rather sit outside with the sun. I […]

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I Don’t Know What I’m DoingΒ 

I don’t think I have ever heard the words “Having diabetes is a piece of cake,” come out of a Type 1 Diabetics mouth. Because I can tell you this: diabetes isn’t a walk in the park. Every day is completely different and sometimes there isn’t even a logical reason why. Diabetes is the most […]

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Write About Me

Every week I come to Sunday night and I think to myself, I have another blog post to write and I have no idea what to write about.  So every week I do the same exact thing, I go online and I google “Blog Post Ideas” and every week it results in the same idea, […]

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Diabetics Change The World (Of Art)

Growing up with diabetes makes you more aware of the people that this illness affects on a daily basis. And a lot of the time, as a society we look to celebrities and people of importance in order to get inspiration and to gain confidence. Paul Cezanne was a french painter. He suffered from diabetes […]

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