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  1. Hi Frank,
    I follow your blog for some months. I am also diabetic. I’m struggling about this disease, and trying to understand it, in a wide spectrum of my Self.

    Recently I found Biodecoding as a new way of seeing our diseases(in general) and a way to find the origin of any of our physical problems. My point of view is that this new perspective can provide many interesting information, that would help us to reach health in ourselves.

    Concretely about diabetes, yours and mine, I found some descriptions of the problem that resound with the story of my life, so therefore in my heart.

    I don’t know if you have read something about Biodecoding and diabetes. But this post, where you describe in some way the pancreas as a live being and your relationship with it, it has invite me to comment about this issue here in your blog.

    I would like to leave here a link that talks about Biodecoding and diabetes, in case it may be of good use for you or some of your readers:
    http://www.thehealthsite.com/diseases-conditions/world-diabetes-day-a-meta-healing-take-on-the-cause-of-diabetes/

    Hope this helps in some way.

    Thanks, as always, for your excelent blog.
    J.

    • Thanks for the kind words, and for the interesting link! I’ve definitely heard of links between stress and anxiety with destruction of the beta cells, so I can definitely identify with that story of the boy and his disputing parents. I genuinely do hope that you find a way to come to an understanding of your condition with less struggles. You’re not alone in this! 😉

  2. Donna

    I just have to say that I love your poignant letter to your pancreas – made me a bit weepy. Funny how we take our health so for granted until something happens and it’s gone. I struggle with Type II every day, think about my blood glucose every day, feel guilty and bad when I have that treat and suffer the consequences of a glucose number higher than I know I should work for. Guilt, worry, anger for getting stuck with this, fear of what may be coming in old age. It really helps to know that I’m not alone, even half-way around the globe in Canada. Thank you.

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