I run a start up building games designed to help with motivation to manage better. Personally, I've got freinds and co-workers who have diabetes, I don't. I have tried to follow meal plans and use glucometers to get perspective, I learned that I'm in trouble if I get it.
I signed up partly because the community here helps me get perspective, and also to reply to a post about a solitaire game for a person who was visually impared.
I'm happy to discuss what I do, but I don't want to be disrespectful of the moderators no-commercial content policy. They are doing a good thing here and spam does not have any place in it.
thank you Jim...everyone here seems very nice. I could use all the support I can get. I have had T1 for over a year and seem to cope well however, I have found this disease to be isolating in many ways. It is great to make friends with others who live with the same restrictions. Very nice to meet you!
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