diabeticdancer:

Diabetics problems yo

Posted on Nov 14, 2013 with 64 notesVIAShare
allthingsgirlyy:

Don’t forget to wear blue and/or hug a diabetic today and let them know that they are loved and supported! 🙌 Happy #WorldDiabetesDay 💙💉 

To all my diabetics here on Tumblr, this is my big hug to you.. *HUG

I love you guys and want you to realize how strong you are! Don’t ever be afraid to come to me. I am here for you anytime, day or night. ❤️

allthingsgirlyy:

Don’t forget to wear blue and/or hug a diabetic today and let them know that they are loved and supported! 🙌 Happy #WorldDiabetesDay 💙💉

To all my diabetics here on Tumblr, this is my big hug to you.. *HUG

I love you guys and want you to realize how strong you are! Don’t ever be afraid to come to me. I am here for you anytime, day or night. ❤️
allthingsgirlyy:

sickgirldiary:

This is my best friend, Ashley. She has had Type 1 Diabetes for 10 years! She is the definition of a warrior. She fights everyday the countless signs of the roller coasters of high and low blood sugar levels, but still keeps her head held high with the ambition to reach for the stars and beat the odds. You can find her with a smile as she presses on even during some difficult moments. She doesn’t let Diabetes run her life. She stands up proudly, knowing she is a survivor, and will never let her illness define who she is as a person. I’m so proud of her!! Please realize the seriousness of chronic illnesses such as Diabetes. Help my best friend and others surpass the limits of living with this disease, and find a cure. Please join me in raising awareness for Diabetes, today and everyday!❤️❤️❤️
Lord, please bless Ashley and others who fight this disease. Give them courage and strength to rise above challenges and seek your grace. In Jesus name, amen. 🙌💪❤ @ashmariex0x0 
#WorldDiabetesDay #bestfriend #diabetes #awareness #survivor #mybestfriendneedsacure

LOVE YOU BESTIE!!! ❤️❤️❤️

allthingsgirlyy:

sickgirldiary:

This is my best friend, Ashley. She has had Type 1 Diabetes for 10 years! She is the definition of a warrior. She fights everyday the countless signs of the roller coasters of high and low blood sugar levels, but still keeps her head held high with the ambition to reach for the stars and beat the odds. You can find her with a smile as she presses on even during some difficult moments. She doesn’t let Diabetes run her life. She stands up proudly, knowing she is a survivor, and will never let her illness define who she is as a person. I’m so proud of her!! Please realize the seriousness of chronic illnesses such as Diabetes. Help my best friend and others surpass the limits of living with this disease, and find a cure. Please join me in raising awareness for Diabetes, today and everyday!❤️❤️❤️
Lord, please bless Ashley and others who fight this disease. Give them courage and strength to rise above challenges and seek your grace. In Jesus name, amen. 🙌💪❤ @ashmariex0x0 
#WorldDiabetesDay #bestfriend #diabetes #awareness #survivor #mybestfriendneedsacure

LOVE YOU BESTIE!!! ❤️❤️❤️

Posted on Nov 14, 2013Share
“As a kid what wss the most difficult thing you had to go through being a T1D? My daughter is 9 and next week will be her first "Diaversary" and as far as we know she is the only kid in school with T1D. So all the kids in her grade know her as "the girl who always has to go to the office to get a shot" as opposed by her name: Natalie.”

—Anonymous

I think the hardest thing for me was all the different symptoms of high and low blood sugars. People don’t understand, but they can really ware you down fast and have a big impact on a person living with diabetes. It was also hard for me because I moved across the country and started a new school just before being diagnosed, so not having any friends, anyone there for me was extremely hard. But as I got older, things turned around and I am happier than ever! ❤️

Posted on Nov 14, 2013Share
“I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, celiac disease and Graves' disease 3 years ago. I really struggle with having two diseases that involve sort of specific diets in order to manage the diseases. I was just wondering if you eat strictly gluten free (including avoiding cross contamination) and if so, do you find it hard to do while also having type 1?”

—Anonymous

I don’t follow a strict gf diet, no. I know I should, but it would be really hard. Especially the lifestyle I love and how my schedule is. It’s one of my goals though to start eating better!

Posted on Nov 14, 2013Share
“Having a bad day and your blog just made me feel a lot better. Thank you :)”

—Anonymous

I truly am so glad for that!!!! ❤️❤️❤️

Posted on Nov 14, 2013Share
“Thank you for your amazing blog. I've been a type 1 diabetic for 12 years now and my mom's been one for about 28 years. You're really super cool and I loved the vid you posted about things that people say to diabetics, especially the "atleast it's not cancer" part. That frustrates me the most. Anyway keep rocking! *hugs*”

nixy000000

Thank you!!! Wow that’s a long time! Last month was my 10 year diaversary! There aren’t many positives to having diabetes, but I sure am glad that am able to meet so many amazing people because of it! Stay strong love! ❤️

Posted on Nov 14, 2013Share
“Hi I was diagnosed with diabetes on 7th November 2006 and I have always found it so difficult. I hate having it and lately my control has been terrible. Your outlook on life with diabetes inspired me and I am really going to try as I want to be happy and well. Thank you! Katie Reynolds 15.”

—Anonymous

That’s awesome! I’m so happy I could inspire and motivate you!! That is my main goal! Stay strong and if you ever need a friend, I’m always here! ❤️

Posted on Nov 14, 2013 with 1 noteShare
“Your blog is so perfect! Can we please just be friends right now! Lol but seriously I'm glad someone out there has the same thoughts and feelings and everything about diabetes as I do. It's really helpful and encouraging especially since I just started high school and I get all these stupid questions and comments everyday. Any way thank you for making videos, being awesome, and having an amazing blog! <3”

karly-gnf

Thank you! Of course we can be friends!!! :) I know it’s not easy, trust me, ESPECIALLY in high school. But you will be okay, I promise you that! You are so much stronger than you know! Keep fighting and know that I am always here if you need me! ❤️

Posted on Sep 16, 2013Share
“Did you get diagnosed with diabetes first, or celiac? How did you know you were gluten intolerant?? I have type one diabetes and just wondering if I could have celiac too.”

—Anonymous

It was diabetes first, then celiac two weeks later. I had no symptoms at all, and almost 10 years later rarely do.

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“You aren’t the only one there are millions of other people facing the same struggle as you and hell you will have those days when you feel like giving up, when you feel like there’s nothing good the world can offer. But just remember you aren’t the only one.”

—(via words-of-a-diabetic)
Posted on Sep 1, 2013 with 27 notesVIAShare
“There’s no such thing as “normal” normality differs from one person to another. Don’t ever think of yourself as weird just because your life is different than someone else’s, be happy because you are unique.”

—(via words-of-a-diabetic)

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