To explain something good about diabetes to an adult is a form of art, and it is much more difficult to explain it to a child. Are children with diabetes interested in long-term health complications with which they could have problems if they aren’t careful enough? Not at all. Different types of rules are applicable […]
A hart warming article about how a mother overcame the negative emotions about her child's diabetes and helped many other mothers not to drown in sadness, fear and mourning, followed by a beautiful "How God choose a mother" story.
Words of encouragement for pregnant woman with diabetes and young mom's with diabetes. The point is to not be afraid of anything!
A mom recalls her son's first day of school as if it was yesterday... All the feelings she felt, her son felt and how with the help of teachers everything was done successfully.
My child has diabetes and that makes her different from others. Her pancreas does not produce insulin, so we have to ingest it through a pen or pump. We need to control and maintain a stable blood sugar level instead of her brain.