3 Responses

  1. Allison Blass
    Allison Blass September 13, 2008 at 6:21 pm | | Reply

    Great interview and thanks for the shout-out! I don’t know why you always comment so negatively on your looks – I think you look great! :-)

  2. karend1
    karend1 September 13, 2008 at 8:02 pm | | Reply

    Great video, and could not figure out what was wierd about your eyebrow. ;)

  3. Cheerleader
    Cheerleader September 15, 2008 at 5:20 am | | Reply

    The internet and online communities have really encouraged me. Not only am I gaining some control over this thing, I’ve reversed some very negative thinking. It’s incredible that it has made such a difference. To be able to tune in to other individual’s experiences, pleasures and pains, and learn their tricks, to really educate myself, which no single book or manual can approach, has given me such a feeling of purpose and hope, all that I thought I had lost, and turned this thing into something I have and can cope with, instead of something that I am, and must banish. I think that’s one of the biggest things, going from being a Jonas to being a person who can ford a flooded river. It’s a great thing you are doing, Amy and other fellow bloggers. Please keep it up and know you are providing an invaluable service, and most of all, keep it as honest as you have been doing.

    Stop the negative reinforcement. Do not think, ‘I am a diabetic.’ Instead, think, ‘I am a human being who cannot digest sugars properly.’ This is not denial. It is facing the situation head-on.

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