When Everyone Else Is “Doing Great”… and You’re Struggling
by Tara Bryant-Gray
When Jack was diagnosed, our well-meaning family and friends were quick to mention these folks, the ones I call the “shiny, happy people,” who seem to have all but conquered diabetes. It was nice to hear, but it didn’t make me feel better. It actually made me more nervous.
When Numbers Replace Words
by Kayla Brown with Meredith Miller, guest bloggers, Type1DiabetesMemes.tumblr.com
Children and teens living with type 1 are often asked far more about their diabetes by their parents than anything else, resulting in a situation like the meme that we created for this post.
Raising Resilient Children With Type 1 Diabetes
by Kim M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
Our kids are going to face many challenges in their lives. As parents, we can help them learn to adapt well to these adversities and stressful situations. So what would teaching and practicing these skills look like with our children who have type 1 diabetes?