You may not know that tomorrow, November 14th, is World Diabetes Day. You may not know how children, adults, and their families live with the never-ending challenges Type 1 Diabetes 24/7/365! Watch the 50 second video below to learn more! What you have learned and now know… THERE IS NO CURE FOR DIABETES! You can…

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November is Diabetes Awareness Month and November 14th is International Diabetes Day! Earlier this morning, my Orange Brain Excitedly announced the publication and availability of Purr-fect Pals: A Kid, A Cat & Diabetes, which is  my new, unique picture, activity, and resource book for children and their families who live with the challenges of diabetes!…

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I just changed the avatar on my What Color Is Your Brain? Sheila Glazov Facebook Page on my Sheila Glazov Personal Facebook Page to show my support for National Diabetes Awareness Month for humans and pets and World Diabetes Day November on November 14th. I plan on keeping the diabetes avatar on my Facebook Pages…

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An experience today, reminded me that many people find it difficult to say “No” to other people’s requests. They do not realize that it is OK for them to say “No”, nor do they know how to say “No” without feeling badly, hurting another person’s feeling or disappointing that individual. Many years ago, my Blue…

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Today, I want to share one of my favorite poems, which our Girls Summer Camp Direct, Miss Minnie A. Cohen, often read to the campers during our Mac-Do Lodge awards campfires, on Sunday evenings. This poem has inspired me, my family members, friends, and clients for many years. Recently, this poem resonated with my husband…

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Today, is the 13th Anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks and tragedies. May we all remember and never forget those who lost their lives, the families who continue to grieve the loss of their loved ones, and the emotional and physical scars that remain of for so many adults and children. Today, I also…

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Whenever we read a newspaper, watch TV, or log on to a computer we are bombarded with  horrific, violent, and distressing stories from around the world and in our own communities. My Blue Brain is deeply disturbed by these stories. A few weeks ago I was speaking with John Guarrine, a Blue Brain long-time colleague,…

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