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What is your main creative outlet for dealing with diabetes?

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by Lindsey Guerin
Isn't there a saying that happy relationships make you gain weight? If not, there really should be. Ross and I have both slipped in the weight department and stopped our equally amazing habits at staying fit since we first started dating. But now that we are six months away from our wedding (set for June 2015), we both know that we have to kick ourselves back into gear and shed the pounds. We also know that it's hard work. I've been conscious of the pounds that I gained since this...

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Donna Rice MBA,RN,CDE,FAADE is the 2007 Past President of the American Association of Diabetes Educators. She is a registered nurse, diabetes educator and has developed numerous educational programs on sexual health and wellness.  She is the co-author of  Sex and Diabetes (ADA) and Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction - A Quick ‘n' Easy Handbook For the Diabetes Educator (Bella Vita).  Her newest publication is a children's book, The Magic is Me (Searchlight Press).