Hi all!I am a graduate student at the University of Chicago and I am asking people to do interviews with me to explain their experience with diabetes.I'd like to know more about how you relate to…Continue
"Sure i would like to share my last year with you, and how i stopped taking 4 different drugs, lost 40lbs, when i was at the point of no return and considered insulin. I did it organically, and i can show you how!"
Hi all!I am a graduate student at the University of Chicago and I am asking people to do interviews with me to explain their experience with diabetes.I'd like to know more about how you relate to non-diabetics and how you explain diabetes to non-diabetics.If you would be willing to do a short phone interview with me, or an in-person interview if you are in the Chicago area, please contact me through my TuDiabetes page.Feel free to ask me for more information!See More
WELCOME TO ONE OF THE BEST DIABETIC FAMILIES YOU CAN FIND MY FRIEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We are here to help each other and lend an ear if needed. If you have a question just post it on our Forum where you will get a diversity of opinions, or just ask any of us on our pages and we will try to help you out.
Welcome to TuDiabetes.org, Kerby!
It is difficult to have a family member living with diabetes. You want to care for them or help them and oftentimes they don't want your help or they resent you even knowing they have it. Well, that was my problem anyway. The truth of the matter is that they are probably just a little confused and it's nice to see you hear...it gives me the impression you're looking for more information and education so you better understand diabetes. That's awesome...and your family member is very lucky!
If you need any of us, post a comment and we'll do what we can to help! Again, welcome!
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