Taylor Bennett
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Justyna replied to Taylor Bennett's discussion '*Good* NYC Diabetes Clinics/Endos?' in the group NYC Type 1 Diabetics
"I have the best endocrinologist! Her name is Dr. Nancy Tarlin and she is at Elmhurst Hospital Center in Elmhurst, Queens. She's been my endo for over 10 years and she and her team are phenomenal. I have had several horrible experiences with…"
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Date diagnosed
May 30, 2009
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6.7
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This is also a poem.

Posted on June 24, 2011 at 12:07pm 0 Comments

I wish for a cure,

I hope for a cure,

I’m losing faith in a cure.



A cure for society.



“Yes.

        I am SHOOTING UP.



“Insulin,” I say.



The stares say what they will not,

                      “Can’t you do that

                                                IN PRIVATE?”

“Can’t you BREATHE

                              IN PRIVATE!?” I respond.



I’m losing…my...mind

     Slowly

            … Continue

This is a poem.

Posted on June 24, 2011 at 12:02pm 0 Comments

So I am feeling a little a lot ranty right now 





That I am poor, sick, overeducated, unemployable, underinsured, and pissed off! 





That I think I'm going to run away to Europe to get better health insurance because no one should have to live the way people with chronic conditions/illnesses live in the United States of America B*******. 





That beyond…

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At 12:44pm on September 3, 2011, Peetie said…
Hi Taylor,
Congratulations on the improved A1C!
Joanne
At 10:19am on June 4, 2011, Dude said…
Hey Taylor! Thanks for the friend add! I might need your advice when I get connected to My pump! Hope all is well with you. Take care! :)
At 4:15pm on August 7, 2009, Stacey :0)~ said…
Happy Birthday Taylor! Hope its a good one!:)
At 8:46pm on July 15, 2009, Arturo Lopez said…
haha, ah, thats cool. haha, im in my third semester, first of the summer. gonna start my second full year this fall.
At 11:47pm on July 14, 2009, Arturo Lopez said…
really? thats cool. how long were you at LBCC?

i went to Jordan Freshman Academy my Freshman year, then went to Jordan the other 3. now im at LBCC.
At 11:35pm on July 13, 2009, Arturo Lopez said…
really? you transfered right after spring? where did you go to high school?

thanks, you too
At 10:07pm on July 13, 2009, Arturo Lopez said…
Hey, how are you doing? i see you live in long Beach, where do you go to school?
At 10:30am on June 18, 2009, Matthew said…
hey Taylor, I guess it would depend on what your snacking on, I try to snack on low carb or no carb snacks, but if your eating something with like over 15g's carbs I'd think about taking a slug of insuline. I'm no diabetes educater, but I've had it for over 20 years. When I'm involved in some exercise I'll snack with out taking insuline, but if I know I'm not going to be active and want to eat I'll take enough to counter the carbs. I find that if I'm going to be active for a long while I'll try and bring my sugars up to 200 so that I don't have to worry about goin low, like when I'm surfing and don't want to come in out of the water I've been doing this since I was A kid and most of the time my sugars will be back to normal by the time I'm done with what ever exercise it is I may be doing. I can't imagine what it would be like to have been diagnosed later in life, I was only like 10 or 11 when I found out and at that age your not so set in your ways so changing your eating habbits is a little easier, for me anyway. I wish you the best of luck with dealing with this and can tell you that I have not been held back in anything I've wanted to do. I've traveled around the world surfing, climbing, and enjoying life. Stay strong and hit me up with any questions you may have.
At 5:21pm on June 17, 2009, Matthew said…
whats up Taylor? I'd like to hear any questions you may have, seeing you've just been diagnosed. I'm interested in what your actions or reactions were to the news. I'd love to be of some help
At 8:43pm on June 14, 2009, William Michael Kemp said…
It IS manageable, Taylor. It is overwhelming at first, but it can be done. Feel free to post me if you like-- ... or on tudiabetes..
Mike
 
 
 

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