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Let's Talk Stigma

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** There’s a lot of talk going on now about #Dstigma and this talk needs to happen. Along those lines I am reposting a blog that originally appeared on Strangely Diabetic on May 22, 2012

Since I have written so heavily about my battle [...]

Viscerality

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Fear.

We all have fears, especially ones about our health. Will I let my loved ones down because I failed to take good enough care ofmy self.

Failure. Fear.

Will I be able to care for my [...]

I'm Sure All Patient Concerns Are Absurd

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**Warning: This contains controversial statements and comments of unusual sarcasm.

I recently attended the Diabetes Mine Innovations Summit as a scholarship winner of the The DiabetesMine™ Patient Voices Contest. You can see my entry video here. This is an event [...]

There's A Reason For All This

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** This one goes out to my friend Christel who, despite being very short, reminded me why I do this.

The last few months have been pretty smooth, mentally, but probably not in the way you might expect…

Early in the summer, I found myself [...]

#Hashtag Abuse – Marketing It Into The Grave

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Hash tags are wonderful things on Twitter. Used to “brand” a discussion revolving around some central topic. They make it easier to find information of interest. They also make finding people with similar interests simpler, remember that is what social media is all about: Connecting [...]