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The Last Entry in: The Bitter Sweet Diabetes Blog Week Entry/What we’ve learned
Participating in this week’s Diabetes Blog Week has been an exciting experience and I am glad I participated in it. I have wanted to become more active online in regards to my son’s diabetes and this was a good way to jump start my activity. This week got me out of my comfort zone a little...
16 May 2011
Today's Bitter Sweet Diabetes Blog Week Entry/Vlog
Hello everyone, I am EXCITED to say that I have completed my 1st Vlog and am HAPPY to share it. I just started talking (unplanned dialogue) and said what was on my mind It seemed easier that way. I enjoyed myself and will probably do more Vlogs in the future. Enjoy!
12 May 2011
If you have a Teenager and Live in the state of New Jersey you may be interested in this Scholarship:
Nonprofit Organization Creates Scholarship For Students Who Have Juvenile Diabetes the John E. Kostic Memorial Foundation - which is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of young people - recently announced that it will offer its first annual scholarship for college freshmen from...
27 Apr 2011
Believing For a Cure!
There is somebody out there today right now, who feels like this Diabetes thing has got the best of you. Well don't let it continue to steel your JOY or your FAITH! Though times might seem rough right now remember that God is still there, still on the throne and still runs the show! Just because...
26 Apr 2011
Overcoming Overprotectiveness: Part Two; "Carbohydrates and insulin independency"
In Part one we discussed "Testing on their own" , At this point you are probably already planning on taking the steps to get comfortable with that. If so; Bravo! If you have not; don't worry you will in due time. In the meantime let's discuss "Preparing them for carbohydrates and...
15 Mar 2011
What is the difference between type one and type two diabetes?
12.00 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE When it comes to diabetes (medical term: Diabetes Mellitus) there are two main types: Type 1 (well known as juvenile diabetes) and type 2. Although some may believe that type 2 is easier to manage than type 1 there is really no better form of diabetes...
8 Mar 2011
Overcoming Overprotectiveness: Part One; Testing on their own
12.00 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE As parents we know the day will come when we have to "Let Go" and allow our children the freedom to make their own choices, do their own thing, and take care of themselves even with diabetes. The time will come when we have to let our child...
8 Mar 2011
Maurice’s Mustangs Family Walk Team
12.00 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE 12 Years old/10 Years of Diabetes/8 Walks! Maurice celebrated his 12th birthday on July 10th and is now in the 7th grade. He has made us so proud he’s an “A” student and can be very responsible as well as a GREAT big brother. However;...
1 Oct 2010
Communicating with your Endocrinologist
Managing your child's diabetes can be challenging but; keeping an open line of communication between yourself and your child's endocrinologist can make all the difference in the world. So what are the essentials to having good doctor to patient communication? That's just it: Communication...
10 Aug 2010
DIABETES WON’T STOP ME!
If you are a parent of a child with Type 1 Diabetes, or a child living with it yourself Remember that you are not in this alone. We can’t control what life hands us, however; we can control what we do with it all. Learning to manage our diabetes is one of the most important things we can do; empowering...
26 Jul 2010
Coping with the Diagnosis
Hearing the doctor diagnose your child as a type one diabetic can be a devastating moment. Many things can go through the mind of any parent when faced with a life altering diagnosis. Yes it is manageable, yes your child can still be treated just like every other child their age, but; there is still...
17 Jun 2010
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