by Kim M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
If you had had the chance to find out if and when your child would be diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, would you have?
by Jen M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
One of the most powerful moments in human interaction is when a person realizes that they are really and truly being listened to.
Our first CDE scolded me for my mistake. Our second took a different approach — and became a model for how I parent my teenage son.
Complaining about it didn’t solve any problems. Looking for the positive has made all the difference.
Does she have a major medical issue? Yes. Is she healthy? Yes!! If anything, she’s probably healthier than most. Here’s why.
Here’s what I’d like to say to the general population about how to deal with food around my child with type 1 diabetes.
It takes months to prepare to leave home for a week… but it’s totally worth it. Here are a few tips I’ve learned to make getting away a little bit easier.
A charity auction became an unexpected opportunity for an artist and T1D dad to capture the struggles and fears of being a parent of a child with type 1 diabetes.
During James’ last year at his middle school before moving up to high school, one small act by the health tech confirmed what I had known for years.
A camp far from home… without any family… for a whole week. And there’s no cell service. The more we thought about it, the more we realized how important it was to make it work.