Script: /go/thread/view/126065/29410093/Hello_Fellow_Diabetics
Post Reply
Hello Fellow Diabetics
2 years ago  ::  Oct 04, 2012 - 1:58PM #4
Posts: 1,283

Hey Digabetic-

Glad you're here.  Do you do shots or use a pump? 

I've had type 1 for 35 years.  This site has helped me learn so much and connect with many different people living with diabetes.  Hope you find the site just as helpful. 


2 years ago  ::  Oct 03, 2012 - 7:42PM #3
Posts: 32

Welcome to dLife.  Hope you enjoy the site and all the other members as much as I have.


2 years ago  ::  Oct 03, 2012 - 5:15PM #2
Posts: 425

Hello digabetic and welcome to dLife. Unlike you I have T2, but like you I have a family history of T2 (mother, father, sister [? T1 was diagnoised as T2 around the age of 28 -- 35 in the late 60's early 70's when they thought that only kids got T1], both grandmothers, and at least 1 aunt). Right now I'm on diet and exercise to control my diabeties but every now and then I need a good hug. Make sure to check out all of the forums I'm sure your insight could help everyone and who knows you might learn something you didn't know.

Again welcome.


2 years ago  ::  Oct 02, 2012 - 8:39PM #1
Posts: 2
Greetings all..
 I came here to talk to other diabetics.. Whether they are type 1 or 2. I have type 1 with a sisiter with this , and a brother whom has since passed on.. rest his soul. I have to chat with others. help out those who need a good hug. Living with this is not all the bad, you have to learn the basic understanding and how to adjust things in your every day life. Please come chat with me, I would love to hear from you ..
Jump Menu:
    Online :: 0 registered and 1 guest
    No registered users viewing


    Welcome to the dLife Community

    Share your story and connect with others

    All About You! In three simple steps create your own mydLife page and share with the diabetes community.

    Connect With Others! Browse member profiles and meet other people with diabetes, just like you!

    Join Groups! Find a group that matches your interests, or create your own group and invite others.

    Share Your Story! Write your own diabetes blog and share your successes, frustrations, and tips on living with diabetes.

"How To" Tutorials