3 maj 2019 |  Diabetes

24 timmars glädje

Det är fredag idag och jag vet inte riktigt hur det känns med dagarna nu när veckan har inneburit lite ledighet och helgkänsla.

I vilket fall så känns det fantastiskt att det faktiskt är helg och trots att det innebär en massa jobb under maj månad så kommer min bästa vän upp till Stockholm över helgen som ska bli så kul!

Det är alltid en glädje när jag tar fram min kurva och ser att mitt senaste dygn har varit hur bra som helst. Det är en glädje som jag tror vi diabetiker känner igen. Även om jag är medveten om att mitt nästa 24-timmars kurva inte kommer se likadan ut är känslan så fantastisk!

It is Friday today and it’s a crazy feeling in my body and mind with the days now that this week has been a ”weekend” feeling.

In any case, it feels great that it is actually Friday and upcoming weekend, and even though it means a lot of jobs now in May, my best friend is coming up to Stockholm over the weekend which will be so much fun!

Back to the picture. It is always a joy when I develop my curve and see that my last day has been as good as possible. It’s a happiness i receive in my body that I think we diabetics recognize. Although I am aware of that my next 24-hour curve will not look the same, the feeling is so amazing!

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A few hours in Copenhagen and I guess this is the first time (in my 22 years as a t1) I’ve got it all! Sugar, enough insulin, cannulas, and well - myself put together 💙✌🏻 ...

Have had many conversations this week about diabetes and eating disorders. It’s, as you know, very common. It is also frightening how little we know, how can we avoid more people being affected, improvements in healthcare and what or how should we reduce the pressure and stress around food for people with diabetes?

What I do know is that I need to be around people who don’t have diabetes, eat food, enjoy life, - has helped me. Because that’s how life should be, even if I live with an illness that requires round-the-clock care 🫶🏻
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When I was diagnosed with t1d (I was 13 years old) it was a huge shock (no shit..). I didn’t know how to react and I barely knew anything about diabetes as a condition. It’s a lot to take in!
What helped me to come to terms with it, reassured me that it wasn’t the end of the world, was the help I’ve got and still got from my closest (family and friends).

You can live a normal, healthy life, do anything you want to. Behind it all - you just need to keep an eye on your diabetes ❤️

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