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When it comes to managing your diabetes, are you your own worst critic?
No one is harder on me than I am!
 
I expect a lot but my support network expects more.
 
My team and I have realistic goals.
 
No. Everyone else beats me to it.
 
No extra pressure here.
 
I don't care much about my management.
 
Other.
 

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by Brenda Bell
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