I have just joined, but I cannot seem to find any discussions about Caregivers, and the many issues relating to that aspect of being someone whom loves a 'Diabetic', not just someone with Diabetes. And the whole 'Type' discussion is one I take great interest in, even though I do not really prescribe to the whole 'Type'ing of anyone with any 'disease'.

I look forward to responses...

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Comment by Thomas Moore on June 19, 2009 at 9:08pm
I also need to add that I have an Effort underway called Grammy's Against Pain (G.A.P.) I look forward to offering more information on how everyone can help "Fill the G.A.P.". This Project is my pet project, to celebrate the pain, both physical and mental, that all whom love those that are DIABETIC, can see to one of the most obvious, yet painfull truth that this 'disease' we call Diabetes, is also
Comment by Thomas Moore on June 19, 2009 at 9:09pm
A Diabetic "Person"!
Comment by MelissaBL on June 19, 2009 at 10:46pm
You might try our group for "Type 3 Diabetics."
Comment by Brooke LeMaster on June 21, 2009 at 2:34am
I don't get what you mean, but I think I am "a person with diabetes" rather then "diabetic". I still do everything I did before I found out I have diabetes....so I don't see the difference? Only how to factor diabetes into some of those things (sports, hiking, swimming etc.) safely.

and I am type 1....

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