Tag Archives: complications

You Don’t Look Sick?

I have been uninspired to blog for a little while now.  The Diabetes Hands Foundation asked me to help them on a project recently, which inspired me to write this blog.  Thanks DHF.  I needed a good kick in the … Continue reading

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A Diabetes Care Team #DHopeConf

Today was the second annual Diabetes Hope Conference. A virtual diabetes conference, meant to inspire hope for those living with the complications that come with diabetes. Rather than going in depth, step by step, into what was discussed, I just … Continue reading

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Free Virtual Diabetes Hope Conference

I’ll be attending the free virtual diabetes hope conference on May 20th, 2014, and would like to invite you to join me.  I attended last years diabetes hope conference, and look forward to this years. The #doc likes to focus … Continue reading

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Diabetes Passions #dblogweek

The theme for Monday during #dblogweek is “Change the World”. We’re suppose to write about our diabetes passions. That’s a hard one to pick actually. I’m sure many of us have many things about diabetes that we’re passionate about. I’m … Continue reading

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The Quickening – A Complication of Diabetes

10 years ago today, on 13 Aug 2003 at age 34, I cheated death, and experienced cardiac arrest due to uncontrolled diabetes. I was not of this world for a little less than 60 seconds according to my doctors. (Read … Continue reading

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Diabetes Advocacy In The Workplace

Today I had a chance to practice diabetes advocacy in the workplace.  I work for a major cell phone provider, in an inbound android call center, and yesterday I was speaking to a 64 year old woman who was calling … Continue reading

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Don’t die like I did . . . . .

Don’t die like I did.  I’ve thought about this diabetes complications blog article ever since I started my blog 2 years ago.  I’ve been afraid to write it, partially because I don’t want to think about dying, but also because … Continue reading

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