‘My Diabetes Diary ’is a welcoming and judgement-free zone for everyday people to come on and share their narrative of a diagnosis that’s often misunderstood and misrepresented.
Injecting in public is something that Layla's Mummy (Keeley) is really trying to teach her to not be ashamed of. Something that keeps Layla alive is in Keeley's opinion something to not hide away.
"Layla injects in public and if others don't like it we take the opportunity to educate. I hope as Layla grows she keeps this confidence and is proud of who she is xxx".
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