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Taking Advantage of the Diabetic Police

Diabetes is such a challenging disease. It really pushes our sensibilities, and makes us be bigger judges of ourselves, our health, and our bodies, than most people will ever be. I think it goes with the territory that we may feel this sense of weight, perhaps recrimination, if what we "judge" or "deem" to be a good choice for our health doesn't pan out. It's no wonder we often consider those who give well meaning advice (even though it might be misinformed, annoying, or misguided) as policing… Continue

Added by The Diabetic Welfare Queen on September 12, 2010 at 12:00pm — 4 Comments

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