"Hi Barbraan I hear you, I also feel that the info we need in our later stages living with diabetes is different, and it deserves a special forum.
I took part of Zoe's group a couple times and it was really great to be with other women in the…"
"Hello Aimee!! Thank you for sharing your perspective. I think you made a great point... gatherings just with the purpose of connecting with others with diabetes (parents and kids) are in need. I miss it too.
I will address that in my report to ADA…"
I miss you too! Omg it has been a while. Planning to attend next meeting though. This is a great, important point you made. I was not aware of that issue until I read your post. I will definitely address that concern with them, i will…"
"MBP, Chirsty and smileandnod, I highly respect your views, and agree with that. I come from Brazil which is a "3rd world" country, the government lacks reliability (there are so much corruption) however every single individual with…"
"Hello, Zoe! Thank you for sharing your perspective with me and sorry my delay to respond, it has been a tough week. I see your viewpoint about big organizations being more political and corporate and not community based, and I agree that those…"
Hi Honey....sorry about the bloodsugars, I know it is hard and frustrating. It sure dosent make any sense at all. I have been having the same problem....I go too high then I correct or chang things, up the dose and then too low....it is hard on our bodies that is for sure. Hang in there and remember that I love ya little chicky :) xo
It's me, Melinda from Camp Wild. Was just wandering around Tu diabetes and found you. How are you? Hope things are good. Camp has really changed me. my attitude and how I work out. Have a Tri coach in my area, and have been on the phone with Carrie Cheadle, who has been wonderful. Let me know how you are doing.Can't wait to hear from you.
Read you had a bad week or so with the Diabetes...I'm sorry. It is so draining sometimes isnt it? I often wonder what it would be like to NOT be diabetic. Wow. But.....it is what it is, right? We make it through the tough times to really appreciate the good days/times. I hope that you have nothing but GREAT days and the D behaves better for you. Love ya Honey and think of you often. xoxo
Eu conheço a Rosana, trabalhei com ela um tempo no grupo de crianças e pais que ela está orientando na ADJ. :)
Adorei sua história, gostaria de te conhecer melhor. Você tem MSN ou Facebook? Queria entender qual era sua profissão, como você foi parar nos EUA e está mudando para psicologia.
Só sinto pois achei que te encontraria por São Paulo!!! :D
Um prazer te conhecer.
Ah sim, tenho 22 anos e estou começando a mexer aqui, ainda preciso ajustar algumas coisas no meu perfil. Eu vivo em São Paulo Fabi e frequento a ADJ Diabetes Brasil e isso me ajuda muito. Conheci muita gente legal, que me ensina muito, com quem eu posso compartilhar assuntos iguais. Além disso, lá eles oferecem um treinamento para formar jovens líderes em diabetes, o que nos capacita a ser multiplicadores de educação em diabetes e podemos nos sentir mais útil em relação ao mundo na questão do diabetes. Esse sentimento me faz querer me cuidar melhor (claro, as pessoas que eu amo tb se inserem nisso :] ). Com certeza a adolescência não foi fácil, rs... mas um dia após o outro, vivendo cada dia como se fosse único a gente vai tentando (errando e acertando) :)
Você fas uso de que tipo de tratamento? Seringa, caneta, bomba? Acho que temos muitas figurinhas pra trocar!
Um ótimo dia!
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