John, the subject on everyone’s mind. He was diagnosed with diabetes when he was only 4 years old, and back then, he needed people around him to help him manage his diabetes. He believed that adults had his best interest at heart and didn’t mind suggestions about what to eat. As he got older, his…… Continue reading John & The Diabetes Police
Support is hard to find even misleading at times. The family is supposed to be supportive but, what some people think is supportive, may feel just the opposite. Here is the dilemma at hand: Friends, family, and loved ones may believe that they’re supportive but, instead, they may be overly protective or punitive towards the…… Continue reading Diabetes & The Pitfalls of Support!
Hi, Everyone. This blog may be a bit off the map compared to my usual blogs, but it needs to be addressed. I discuss the complicated process of replacing a lost continuous glucose monitor (CGM). A few weeks back during one of the Blizzards, I was on my way to my private practice where a…… Continue reading Health Insurance Insanity!!!
For a person with diabetes, memory is a tricky thing. Out of control blood sugar, levels interfere with not just memory but how we view the world. When blood sugar is high or conversely too low, a person living with diabetes will have distorted perceptions and feelings. When blood sugar levels return to normal, reality…… Continue reading Managing Blood Sugar and a Relationship: 5 Rules to Live By