And to think that they posted this suggestion right beside an article about “battling sugar addiction.” Here’s a snapshot below: Do you see what we mean?
Bad advice and blatant contradictions, all rolled into one.
I was so proud of her when she said, 'If he's going to like me, he's got to like me with diabetes!
'" Many parents, wanting their child to be safe at all times, prefer their teen tell every date about diabetes.
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Read on for tips that’ll help you transition from “Nice to meet you” to “I have diabetes.” Be honest.If you’re stressing about when to tell your date about your diabetes (or whether you should keep it a secret after all), take heart: “There’s no rule book you don’t know about,” says William Polonsky, Ph D, CDE, a psychologist, diabetes educator, and founder and CEO of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute.Your comfort level, your date, and a dozen other factors will influence how and when you tell. You’ve thought of everything—except how to divulge your diabetes. Even wore that fancy shirt that looks great but sort of itches.