Diabetes Voices Of Diabetes Articles
One way to be a good advocate is to show others what living with diabetes is really like.
The diabetes online community (DOC) has a strong presence on Twitter. It’s a great way to connect in real time with people who really get what you’re going through, and there’s always more to discover.
Learn about how to effectively share your diabetes story with others. Sharing your story can be a rewarding and therapeutic experience.
Special guest blogger Craig Idlebrook explains how to compellingly share your stories about life with diabetes.
Michelle shares the lessons she's learned living with type 1 diabetes in this insightful Q and A with Diabetic Connect.
Peter Arpesella shares the poignant lessons he's learned from living with type 1 diabetes.
In this interview, two DC users share their highs, their lows, and how finding one another has been the best aspect of living with type 2 diabetes.
Ginger Vieira offers her first-hand account of living with multiple chronic illnesses, including type 1 diabetes, celiac disease, and fibromyalgia.
Outspoken diabetes advocate and blogger Kerri Sparling shares how to truly "live" with diabetes
Read about how Michael learned that "right knowledge expressed as right action is power" to discover how to control his type 2 diabetes.
The founder of an organization dedicated to empowering type 1 diabetes patients through rock climbing and the adventure lifestyle shares his can-do philosophy.
Rick ignored his diabetes for many years, but then he decided to take control and got a whole new lease on life.
Dietitian and chef Lourdes Castro gives us healthy, tasty recipes and advice on how to tackle Thanksgiving. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Special guest Christel Aprigliano and the twitter community shared thoughts on diabetes advocacy.
Join the Diabetic Connect Twitter chat about being a diabetes advocate featuring Christel Aprigliano on November 4, 2014. Learn more here.
S. Epatha Merkerson, known for her role as Lieutenant Anita Van Buren in the television series “Law and Order,” was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 2003.