On April 4, 2012 by Cherise Shockley

Q1. What are the things about living with diabetes that you accept? what are the things that you have trouble accepting?

Q2. What, if any, is the danger of being too accepting about life with diabetes?

Q3. There are a few tweets about “being too accepting of diabetes” & diabetes burnout. Do u think the 2 go hand in hand? why?

Q4.  Does it bother you to see someone with a greater/lesser level of acceptance of diabetes than yourself?

Q4.5 How do you react to someone with greater/lesser level of acceptance of diabetes than yourself?

Q5. At what point did you accept that your child’s development of diabetes was not your fault? adults-when did you accept diabetes was not your fault?

Q6.  Is  acceptance a one time thing, or is life with diabetes a constant cycle of acceptance?


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