"Recovery is a story that never ends"- Linsey, one of the greatest friends I have made in the past year through work but also in any work setting (and diving into some of my work "trauma" is a story for another day). Sharing in the now is hard... but she did that and live... AND … Continue reading Uncensored: Introduction & Feeling My Dad’s Passing Like It Just Happened
Here you can find resources from varied sources on diabetes and the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. I will try to update this list weekly. Diabetes Resources During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) PandemicTweet I am still concerned by diabetes and coronavirus information that is flying around and the mindset which I discussed in this article by Moira McCarthy … Continue reading Diabetes Resources During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
JDRF, I am done until you do better for BIPOC with diabetes and their caregivers. Diabetes community, I am not going to stop talking about it. We must do better.
I hear you. I see you. Your words are deafening. You silence speaks volumes. Your actions are telling. I hear your comments- "I'll be fine. I'm not high risk. I don't have to worry""Let's break quarantine""It's just the flu""I'll be fine- why stop my life" I hear you in your conference rooms. I hear the … Continue reading I Hear You. I See You. (#HighRiskCovid19 Thoughts)
Trying something else when it comes the PCOS and endometriosis issues- the Depo-Provera shot.
I've been in a writer's block and use the "Kitchen Timer" method including having a journal pulled up. One day while trying to write what I needed to write- this is what came flying out of my mind and onto my keyboard. After that, I felt a bit better and my writing juices were flowing once again. The past few months have included a lot of loss... specifically in the diabetes community and a family member. Diabetes, I hate you.
Sometimes, we feel like we're on the diabetes hot mess express.