Type I Diabetes – A Day in My Daughter’s Life

A parent easily falls into the trap of describing the most horrific of their adolescent children’s behaviors. There are always those loud and angry interactions of one brain soaked with testosterone interacting with another one soaking in 400 mg/dl glucose. That’s why it made me so proud when my sixteen year-old son, who loves photography, collaborated with his Type-I diabetic sister, and together they produced this video. It was a homework project that made all my years of parenting seem worthwhile. Please have a look, and pass this along to any kids you know who have recently been diagnosed with diabetes.

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