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I know we live in a not so normal life at the moment. As a t1d it can also be tough to learn new patterns about how the blood sugar is changing or makes weird directions. And yes, this new lifestyle has defintely affects my blood sugar more than I first thought. And so it may be. It has been two weeks (I know many of you have been in this longer) now with new routines and for me it has helped to write down for example my feelings, how the blood sugar behaves as well as my activity, food and so on. •

After being a t1 for almost 19 years I learn new things about myself and my diabetes. The important thing to remember is: DON’T forget to be KIND to yourself. Let it take time to get to know how you and your body behave and how emotions can affect your bg too! •

All we have is now. We can only live for the present and make the best of each and everyday and ofc - Trust YOURSELF and your body and that it will not be forever ❤️
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In the beginning of February I was invited to be the key note speaker at the Diabulimia Helpline Conference in San Diego to talk about my journey and my recovery from an eating disorder. •

If I was making the same speech today I would also have been included the self compassion part more. Because I know lot of you are struggling with both diabetes, social distance , and mental health. And I know a lot of you will be being unfairly harsh on yourselves for how you are feeling, responding or managing during this strange time. •

You are the you, and you are doing an amazing job! This won’t be forever and I promise that you’ll survive! Just hang in there! I’ll be here for You 💙
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