Hey there, D-Peeps!
February may be a shorter month, but that doesn’t mean our Diabetes Online Community is short of amazing content. With love in the air as usual this Valentine’s month, we wanted to follow that theme by showing our love for fellow D-Bloggers who’ve bared their hearts and souls once again in a month of outstanding posts!
Here are 13 “must-reads” that caught our eye this month:
Our D-Community came together again…
Hey there, D-Peeps!
Living with diabetes is a challenge for anyone, but imagine caring for a family in which six of eight children are living with type 1! Yes, that’s right: A family in Utah has six of eight brothers and sisters living with diabetes, and that could very well be a record (!), though not one that any family desires.
Amazing D-mom Kirsten Schull has been advocating on behalf of her six children with diabetes (CWDs) since…
Today marks the end of another year, amazingly. Please read our 2012 Year in Review to get the ‘Mine’s perspective on the year now nearly behind us. Tomorrow, we step into a brand new year!
Before that happens, though, we are taking a look back at some of the great posts in the Diabetes Online Community this past month. As usual, there are so many… and we’ve done our best to highlight a handful that…
Well, we all made through another year!
Surprised we got through this one? Especially with that purported Mayan prediction about the world ending on Dec. 21, 2012? Well, we’re still here! Predictions of doom were apparently exaggerated… Perhaps the premonitions were of something “magical” that was supposed to happen, so we were crossing our fingers for a cure being discovered or the FDA approving the best-ever fantasy diabetes device… or somesuch.
But short of that…
The results are in for our 2012 DiabetesMine D-Moment Holiday Sweepstakes!
We asked PWDs everywhere to share, in a few sentences, their big “aha!” diabetes moment of 2012, as in:
What struck you hardest this year, in that you learned or observed something new?
The idea being that whether you’ve had diabetes for two months or 20 years, there always seems to be an “aha moment” to be had.
The contest ran from Dec. 3…