Sharing a peek into her tribulations, Angelina walks us through the emotional positivity that she’s found along her journey. Enjoy!
Having diabetes has been challenging,It has its highs and lows but the most u can doIs get through it. Something I learned from havingDiabetes has been to not take things for granted,Some of us were born with diabetes and someOf us got it later in lifeWhich we took being healthy for granted but theBright side instead of wishing u didn’t have it would beThat we don’t realize how lucky we are toHave access to insulin, and glucose meters.That’s why I start to realize how much we tookFor granted.
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