Feeling connected to the right communities can help to significantly reduce anyone’s emotional load. More importantly, you’re able to share the experience and have faith that everything will be ok in the end.
You, our Glucology Community, have helped us to foster an open and supportive global community and we hope that it has been able to play a positive part in your journey. We’ll now invite you to have a listen to a friendship story where each T1D mum has found the support that they need to be strong for their T1D kids!
Nicky (@type1twinsmum) - mother to type 1 twin boys, Miles & Ellis
Lindsey (@miss_t1d) - mother to T1D daughter, Ava
Heather (@hkjacks84) - mother to T1D son, Joe
Keeley (@lifewithdiabetes_laylasjourney) - mother to T1D daughter, Layla
Becca (@avas_type1djourney_x) - mother to T1D daughter, Ava
A quote from Keeley, mother to Layla (T1D):
For me personally as a type 1 Mum connecting with others got me through the hard days. I've made some amazing friendships and met up with people from all over the country.
By taking these initial steps and consulting with your healthcare provider, you can establish a solid foundation for managing your diabetes during your travels. It's essential to proactively address any concerns or adjustments to your diabetes management plan to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip.
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