Today is my 18th diaversary. That’s DOC slang for the anniversary of my diagnosis. I used to think 18 years with diabetes sounded like a looooong time. Growing up, most of the people I knew had diabetes for about as long as me, because most of my D-friends were the same age as me and were diagnosed around the same time as I was (at age 8). Now that I’m older and have had the…Read more »
We’re in the height of summer, but that doesn’t mean the DOC is slowing down. We hope you’ve all been enjoying our Summer Reading series of guest posts here at the ‘Mine. Today, check out our top picks of not-to-miss posts for July from all around the diabetes blogosphere:
Scott Strumello’s 35th diaversary prompts him to reflect on his recent diabetes burn-out and the future of his own writing about diabetes.
Chris Snider has…
Another month gone by already? Wow! It’s certainly been a busy one here at the ‘Mine, and there’s been a lot going on around the Diabetes Online Community as well. Check out a few blog posts we think shouldn’t be missed!
A belated but very deserved congratulations to Lee Ann Thill, who has been accepted into grad school and will begin work this summer on her PhD in Art Therapy for children with diabetes. Way…Read more »