The ranting of a mother and advocate for Type one diabetes. The founder of www.diabetesadvocacy.com welcomes you to journey through life with a son with Type 1
Awwwe. I too, was looking back at photos. For me, it was the photos taken just before diagnosis and then while in the hospital. I hope someday soon, our kids and all teens and adults will be able to live a life without needles!
Awwwwwe Barb....Just think of how far you've come....sigh...one day soon???
Oh, so sad. Having accidentally stuck myself both with lancet and stepped on a sil needle (don't ask), I know I was surprised by how much it hurt. Our endo had always used the word "discomfort".... Not to mention the body image issues. Insulin saves their lives, but at a high price. I'll bet he doesn't give pumping too much thought today. I so hope if not a cure, at least a more livable drug or technolgy.