Type 2 Diabetes & The DOC

The Diabetes Online Community (DOC) was an intimidating place. I am no diabetes expert, which made it daunting to launch into a public conversation among the “real” diabetics out there. You know, the diabetics who have insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitors. The diabetics who take shots and who use complicated math to manage their Read More…

iRD News: Woman To Sue Diabetes Support Group

Editor’s Note: This is not a real news story. It’s satire. iRD News: DENVER, CO. A Commerce City woman, and type 2 diabetic is seriously considering filing a complaint of discrimination against a popular, and award-winning diabetes support group in Colorado. Felicia Allen, a 23-year-old graduate student in foreign short film studies claims that she was harassed Read More…

Using Fear to Drive Personal Change

When it comes to making personal changes in our lives, we often begin by focusing on the good that will come from doing things differently. I am a strong proponent of using visualization, and telling ourselves the stories that will help us get the results that we desire in our lives. We must cement our Read More…