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TIPS FOR HAVING A DIABETES SAFE CHRISTMAS

TIPS FOR HAVING A DIABETES SAFE CHRISTMAS

Christmas is a time to enjoy yourself and to be surrounded by friends and family. However, being a time of celebration and much indulgence, Christmas festivities tend to result in...
#BURNOUTTRUTH: MADDIE'S STORY

#BURNOUTTRUTH: MADDIE'S STORY

Welcome to Maddie's #BurnoutTruth Story Maddie's instagram: @maddiegetsfitter After being misdiagnosed as a type two diabetic and recently being diagnosed type one diabetic I am very passionate about people being aware...
#BURNOUTTRUTH: CRISTIANA'S STORY

#BURNOUTTRUTH: CRISTIANA'S STORY

Welcome to Cristiana's #BurnoutTruth Story Cristiana's instagram: @t1diabetica A few years ago, I’d reached rock bottom with my blood sugar control. I was struggling. I was getting up 5-7 times a...
#BurnoutTruth: Andi's Story

#BurnoutTruth: Andi's Story

Welcome to Andi's #BurnoutTruth Story Andi's instagram: @thet1dnutritionist   My #Burnouttruth is that I say NO a lot.  It took me a long time to learn the skill of saying NO,...
#BURNOUTTRUTH: THAPI'S STORY

#BURNOUTTRUTH: THAPI'S STORY

  Welcome to Thapi's #BurnoutTruth Story Thapi's instagram: @thapi.semenya According to the @amdiabetesassn: Diabetes Burnout is the state of physical or emotional exhaustion caused by the continuous distress of diabetes (and efforts...
#BURNOUTTRUTH: CHLOE'S STORY

#BURNOUTTRUTH: CHLOE'S STORY

Welcome to Chloe's #BurnoutTruth Story Chloe's instagram: @chloe.type1   The dots on my fingers. Scars from pricking my fingers everyday. The bruises from needles and pump sites. The pain. The lows....
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