Proud of you Brother .A great example you are for those in Guelph , ON and beyond .
How is your fund raising coming along for the Ottawa , ON walk ??
Kristen is good too , getting it posted here ...I had to use the PDF file, which took a bit of time to download ...but it worked !
Signed your much younger sister, ha, ha . .
I did the same thing with a publication that is sent to the members of my society. I was very blunt and didn't "sugar coat" anything. I said everything from the highs to the lows, to not knowing what to eat and fearing for my life after being diagnosed.
I think the only victory I have right now is that I am still alive but I struggle just like everybody else. I got several compliments from the article because even though some people had relatives that were diabetic they still didn't have an idea of what they actually at to deal with.
I hope this would encourage all diabetics to write about their experience and submit articles to your local newspaper, magazine, blog, or even a professional organizational publication.
If you are new to diabetes advocacy in the traditional sense of the word, you may be thinking, “What the heck is a docket!?” I certainly was the first twenty times I heard it (yes it took that long). For Read on! →
Dear Ms. Rosenthal: I am a person living with type 1 diabetes since the age of 30. I am also the President and co-Founder of the Diabetes Hands Foundation, a nonprofit aimed at connecting and mobilizing the diabetes community. Seeing Read on! →