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Balancing Diabetes: Parenting with Diabetes.

Diabetes Community, Diabetes Online Community, Diabetic Mommy, Psychosocial Support, Real Life Diabetes By April 6, 2016 Tags: , , , , , 10 Comments

Back in March of 2014, my first book was published by Spry Publishing and it features a number of different voices from the diabetes community.  Today, I’m sharing an excerpt from Balancing Diabetes titled “Parenting with Diabetes,” which dives into the journey of parenting while managing diabetes, with perspectives from friends in the diabetes community.  Thanks to Spry and the diabetes community as…

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Diabetes 365 Giveaway Winners.

Diabetes Online Community, Diabetes Products By October 2, 2015 Tags: , , 1 Comment

Thanks for all of the comments on Wednesday’s post about burnout and “diabetes overwhelmus.”  There were some great strategies and tips on wrangling in the chaos and living well. Congrats to the three commenters who won copies of the new book, Diabetes 365, penned by Paula Ford-Martin and Susan Wiener! Here are the winning entries: [When I am] Overwhelmed…I look…

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Guest Post and Giveaway: Overcoming Diabetes Overwhelmus.

Diabetes Community, Diabetes Products, Psychosocial Support By September 30, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , 16 Comments

Today, I am honored to have Susan Weiner and Paula Ford-Martin contributing a guest post to SUM, writing about diabetes burnout and their new book, Diabetes 365: Tips for Living Well.  I’m pretty biased, as I used to work for Paula at dLife (and with Susan), but their book and their message are a tremendous resource for newly diagnosed and…

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Balancing Diabetes: Siblings.

Diabetes Community, Diabetes Online Community, Diabetes Products, Psychosocial Support, SUM in Other Places By June 16, 2015 Tags: , , , , 13 Comments

Back in March of 2014, my first book was published by Spry Publishing and it features a number of different voices from the diabetes community.  Today, I’m sharing an excerpt from Balancing Diabetes titled “Siblings,” which describes what diabetes looks like from the perspective of my brother and sister, and also from some siblings of people in the DOC.  Thanks…

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