The Truth About Diabetes & National Diabetes Awareness Month

November is National Diabetes Month. If you have been reading my blog for the past 7 years and/or have “liked” my Facebook page you will know that I allocate 100% of the royalties from my children’s book, Purr-fect Pals: A Kid, A Cat & Diabetes, and 10% of the royalties from the sale of my other books to JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation)!

If you are wondering why JDRF, on the day after Thanksgiving our eldest son and our family will have been living with the never-ending “highs” and “lows” of  Type 1 Diabetes also known as T1D.

Last week, I read a post on Facebook from a woman who has T1D. I was was moved by the article that she posted. I felt if was meaningful, relevant, and significant. I wanted to share it with you, to help you become more aware about Diabetes and the daily challenges this insidious disease creates. The article is entitled: 18 Truths People With Type 1 Diabetes Wish Others Understood

Another way for me help create an awareness about Diabetes is to share information about Purr-fect Pals: A Kid, A Cat & Diabetes. My unique resource, picture and activity book designed and written to offer comfort, education and encouragement to children who are either newly diagnosed or have been living with the everyday challenges of Type1 Diabetes (T1D) and Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) and their families.

After you read about Purr-fect Pals and the 18 Truths article PLEASE post and share the information on your social media sites to help create a greater awareness about Diabetes!

Thank you from the bottom of my Blue Heart!

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