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Do you believe you have been the victim of diabetes discrimination in the workplace, school, or elsewhere?
Yes. I know for a fact that my diabetes has been held against me.
 
Yes I think so, but I can't prove it.
 
No, I don't think I ever have.
 
No, but I have seen it happen to others.
 
I'm not sure.
 

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by Nicole Purcell
I met a mother recently whose daughter was just recently diagnosed. They've been on the diabetes wagon for about 3 weeks. Mom seems alright, maybe a little overwhelmed and certainly looking tired. I had a meeting with her, set up by a local friend who reads my blog and knows my diabetes story. She thought I could be helpful in assisting with the navigation of diabetes territory. We sat at a table a local coffee shop. I sipped a water while mom got a black coffee. ...