During one of the discussion groups at Friends for Life, one of the attendees took a look at their Dexcom, gave it an exasperated sigh, and threw it into the middle of the room in frustration.
“I don’t want it near me.”
There was a brief pause.
“Ante up,” someone quietly said, their own Dexcom case hitting the floor alongside the first.
And within a matter of seconds, a diverse pile of diabetes devices met in the middle of the floor in solidarity.
This is Friends for Life.