I'm following up to the original post to share what I've been working on and to put people at ease relating to where I'm at and what I'm doing for my OCD.
For me, OCD can look like (or not look like) a lot of things. In this post, I open up (beyond my comfort zone) about "What OCD Looks Like (For Me)
I learned about Tresiba during the winter of 2015/2016, and I was pretty excited about it. Because of my hoarder’s supply of my former long-acting insulin, I waited until August to switch. It’s been about 5 months since I made the change. I have to say- I’M OBSESSED! Disclaimer time! Please remember I am not … Continue reading One of My New Loves- Tresiba!
To be entirely and COMPLETELY honest- I DREADED reading my post ending 2015 and looking into 2016. BUT- after reading through it- the focus wasn’t YAY 2016! (I mean there were comments… but it wasn’t the main focus) So that made me feel better. Because really- 2016 has been a roller coaster- honestly- kind of … Continue reading But Really- Bring on 2017! Peace out 2016!
We've all heard it- "teens/young adults with diabetes are hard." Okay... so what are we going to do about it? Besides judge. and hard? Each situation is different. Each person is different. You can't just categorize one word for everyone the entire time. There's so many more words to choose from... But "hard" that's over-generalizing … Continue reading Teens with Diabetes are “Hard”- That’s Overgeneralizing