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The migration of TuDiabetes has begun
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Has diabetes had an effect on you overall outlook, or even the way you 'are'? From a mental/social/how you interact with other people standpoint, how has diabetes has changed your life, if it has? Here what I'm thinkin', and what I'm curious about...
if you could take your job requirements out of the equation, and if you can remember how it was before 'd', or just currently as a person with diabetes, do you think that being diabetic has affected the way you 'are'. By this I mean regarding subconscious or conscious behaviors. If you can't remember life before 'd', this is still for you. Tell us from your current outlook...
Feel free to add to this list...
for example, before 'd', how many of us were naturally:
spoke your mind/let others do the talking/kept your opinions to yourself
(what could/should be added here?)
and after 'd'?