It's about the shock of diagnosis, the anguish when you can't make it go away, the pain in looking at the eyes of a three-year-old who is asking, "Why do I have to get stuck with pins and needles all the time?
The go-to local matchmaker hosts regular Lock and Key parties that offer a space for matching that is as straightforward as it is creative.
Published by the American Diabetes Association, 2004.
In 365 Daily Meditations, she offers us a pearl of wisdom per day to help us through the challenges of living with diabetes.
"Live first and be diabetic second." That's the first of fifty secrets -- or rather, bits of excellent advice -- collected by Sheri Colberg and Steven Edelman from people who have lived a long life with diabetes.
We will shall see as time goes on, but anyways, This is Game show Live! Does it seem more difficult to find love if you have a disability?Check out Vilissa's etiquette tips Spouses With Autism Share Both Sides of Their Love Story Anita and Abraham, a married couple who both have ASD, give a "He Said, She Said" take on their story.In fact, this book is all about the emotions we feel as parents.
Here is a list of books that you might find useful.by Lance Porter, editor-in-chief of Diabetes Positive!