As a person in the know about diabetes, both personally and professionally, I still find it quite hard to define diabetes burnout. It may be that it differs from person to person. Most likely it is that the way it manifests itself depends on what sort of person you are. Diabetes.co.uk characterises it as the ‘state of […]Read More Burnout
Mostly, we tick along and things are going reasonably well, not amazingly, but not terribly. Then sometimes the wheel comes off the wagon. Sometimes it’s like a slow puncture, as we deflate our way down – others it’s a spectacular blowout. How do we deal with this and try to get back on the horse […]Read More D-saster Relief
[TW: food issues, eating disorders] Food and diabetes are topics that are so closely linked. Diabetes is a disease of how we process our food, and it means we have to think more carefully about it a lot (all) of the time. This can be difficult. This post isn’t about diabulimia, which is a huge […]Read More Diabetes & Food. Relationship Status: It’s Complicated.
This one’s a toughie. It’s about feelings and thoughts and things we try to keep inside, and don’t often share with people, but if anything that’s why I thought it was important to try and write something about it. It’s also highly personal to me, and something I’ve not talked to many people about before.Read More Brains are Dicks: Diabetes, Anxiety and Depression