Here is a little game. In the past 3+ years I have seen many people feel very sad when they found out they had diabetes (I felt the same way, when I was diagnosed back in 2002).

Here is the game: complete the phrase
"Diabetes is not the end. Diabetes is the beginning..."

I will start:
Diabetes is the beginning of a new life.

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Diabetes is not the end. Diabetes is the beginning of A new found strength! I never knew I had!
"Diabetes is not the end. Diabetes is the beginning..." Of a new life of taking better care of myself and teaching my children to take better care of them selfs...
Diabetes is not the end. Diabetes is the beginning of a wake-up call to learn how to take care of myself to hopefully control this disease and avoid complications.
Diabetes is not the end. Diabetes is the beginning of my friendship with my diabetic alert dog Dutchess.
Diabetes is more self care in form of healthier choice in eating,,physical activities which otherwise would have been dormant
Diabetes is not the end. It is the beginning of being a role model to others, help others and be comfortable with who I am. And I like myself. :)
Diabetes is not the end. Diabetes is the beginning of nutritional awareness.
hey, that's a way i've never seen it ! nice!
diabetes is not the end. Diabetes is the beginning of new friendships and because of medicine and medical tests, a second chance in life.
of always thinking positive and trying to see things on a not overly way
Diabetes is a commitment to a lifestyle,thinking of our loved ones and not yielding to temptations

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