tell me the best thing that has come about you turning diabetic ?

tell me the best thing that has come about you turning diabetic ?

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Comment by brokenpole on June 12, 2012 at 2:44am
I have to go see the doctor regularly. If I don't...I don't get the meds I need to live. This has lead to other medical issues being caught early and taken care of.
Comment by acidrock23 on June 12, 2012 at 3:34am

Comment by smokinbeaver on June 15, 2012 at 11:15am

For me it solidified the love and commitmaent I had for my husband (borkenpole). We've been married 39 yrs,and theres no way either of us want to have to start over again with someone else. Now it does help that he takes good care of himmself and his diabetes and all I have to do is be around to rescue him from any lows. Fathers Day is going to be really special to me this yr that I still have him around. Love you baby!!!!!

Sharon

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