I hear this and see it on social media all too often... "The biggest problem with mental health is the mental health provider." Now typically this is in reference to chronic illness, but I've heard it generally too. Now. Granted. Yes. That can be a PART of the problem, but just a part. All of … Continue reading Mental Health Providers and T1D
It’s Endometriosis Awareness Month! So as some of you know- I was diagnosed with PCOS and endometriosis this past summer (summer 2016)- and it’s been an experience to say the least… And maybe I should have gone into more detail about what is and what it means to me? So- I'll do that since endometriosis … Continue reading Endometriosis Awareness Month- Where’s My Gift Receipt?
Woah- my diabetes turns 17 today, and this month my blog turns 4. Wait- I’ve had T1D for 17 years? 17 years ago- when I was 7- after being sick for months... we finally had our answer? Wow. And I’ve been blogging for 4 years? Kind of blows my mind- especially the blogging part- especially … Continue reading 17 Years of Diabadass-ery? AND the Blog Turns 4? Time Flies!
As a person with type 1 diabetes, a chronic illness, I beat myself up when it gets in the way or makes things more difficult- when it’s present- when maybe it’s a little less invisible. I have this overwhelming feeling that I’m failing. That I could do better. That it shouldn’t be a factor to … Continue reading Chronic Illness Doesn’t Mean You Have to Be Extreme
I had all of these plans this week. My to do list was ready. I had all of these writing plans this week too. Well this post wasn’t even in my plans- but it’s probably the only one I’m cranking out. I’ve been running low since the middle of the night on Monday/Tuesday.... I would probably … Continue reading Low Whining and WTF Diabetes