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Do you talk about your diabetes with anyone other than your doctor?
No way.
 
I talk to close family/friends only.
 
I may share if someone asks about it, but I don't volunteer information.
 
I am open about my diabetes/belong to support groups, but I don't use any platforms like blogging.
 
I talk. I blog. I vlog. I tweet. I communicate any way I can!
 

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