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Go Forward

They say confession is good for the soul. It's also a good way to show others they are not alone in their challenges. Talking about what ails you can also foster a sense of community.

We asked the dLife community: What self-sabotaging habits do you have that derail your diabetes management?

Boy, did you respond! And our dLife experts had something to say too that can help with those challenges so you can move forward!

 

 

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by Nicole Purcell
I want to start by saying that in our twenties, we sometimes do dumb things. I suppose that's true of any age, but our the twenties seem particularly ripe for it. We're sometimes off on our own for the first time, we often feel oddly invincible (even with a serious chronic), we're not all that street wise. We're you know, in our twenties. Sooooo.... Anyway. In my early twenties, I met a dude who was super nice in the endocrinologist's waiting room and we became instant...