6 Responses

  1. Kim
    Kim May 14, 2014 at 6:29 am | | Reply

    Thank you to Scott for sharing all of this – obviously not a comfortable or easy thing to reveal about one’s self, but you are helping so many by doing so.

  2. Kristin W
    Kristin W May 14, 2014 at 6:36 am | | Reply

    I can relate to this story. Sometimes it feels like the DOC is filled with people who are super-empowered and super vigilant with their diabetes, and who don’t seem to be sabotaged by depression and feelings of “why bother?” Will definitely check out Scott’s blog. Thanks.

  3. Mike Ratrie
    Mike Ratrie May 14, 2014 at 7:18 am | | Reply

    Thanks for sharing, Scott! As one who has had a great roll of the genetic dice, I am amazed and thankful that you have the courage to reveal yourself to others in this way.

    I believe that your sharing not only helps you, but others who are struggling.

  4. Tim Steinert
    Tim Steinert May 14, 2014 at 9:34 am | | Reply

    Anyone who tries treating their diabetes aggressively runs straight into the painful reality that, daily, you’re not always successful. I have a saying that applies to this–

    You can’t steer manure.
    (But you can often corral it).

  5. Jane
    Jane May 19, 2014 at 8:53 am | | Reply

    I am speechless but grateful for having reading this.

  6. Robert B. Davis
    Robert B. Davis August 2, 2014 at 6:04 am | | Reply

    Many of people want eagerly to overcome the most common disease Diabetes. This discussion will really help mass of people who are eagerly want to improve themselves. I am very glad to go through this blog…..

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