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Jess Burton
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Just to Say Thank You....
I have NO IDEA how my blog has reached so many people! But thank you so, so much for reading my posts, it means a great deal to me. I really hope this blog is achieving what it was set up for: letting people know they are not alone in their thoughts and exp...

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Hypos: The Weird and Wonderful
Hypos can have many triggers. Exercise, cold weather, hot weather, revision, nerves, stress, for me my pancreas could secrete some insulin randomly and of course there's giving too much insulin for food amongst many other causes. But some triggers are littl...

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What are the 6 True Pros and Cons of having Type 1 Diabetes?
So, there are are the typical good aspects of diabetes you hear everyday, such as “I get my favourite sweets when I have a low!” I’m fairly sure everyone has heard that one before whether you’re 5 years old or 20 years old, you will have answered with that ...

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Ignoring the CGM - Why?
Have you ever heard of #CGMArt? Neither had I until a few weeks ago. It's an interesting concept.... because you're turning the negativity of the swinging BG levels into a piece of art which is a silver lining and a good aspect! But to have a true masterpie...

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Moving On
This is both a very sad post and quite exciting at the smae time! I've made the decision to switch blogging platform, so that I can develop my blog further in the future with ease. Blogger served me well and gave me everthing I needed from a bogging platfor...

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Co-Dependancy
Recently, I've had a few VERY low hypos. I had a 2.1 just as I was leaving somewhere on my own. I was so confused that I didn't know how much Lucozade I had drunk, or needed to drink, so my first instinct was to call my mum. A few days later I was just leav...

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My Medical ID Braclet
When I was about 2 years old my mum bought me my first ever medical ID bracelet. It was a small gold bracelet which had to have links taken out of it because my wrist were so tiny. I haven't really taken an ID bracelet off since. It hasn't always been that ...

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Who am I?
Right now, I would really appreciate the ability to mind read. I find it so frustrating that I don't know what other people think of me and who I am as a person to them.  Because, sometimes, I actually don't know myself. I would love to say that I am one of...

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GCSE Year....
Hi! I'm now in Year 11, meaning that I have my GCSEs to do. I'm not sure when I'm going to be able to upload, if at all. It'll be a bit hit and miss so I'll say a temporary goodbye now in case I don't end up uploading soon. So, goodbye! Wish me luck:)

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Fictional Diabetes
Recently, I've not been able to stop reading. Literally. Every waking hour that I can, my eyes are glued to a book, or my reading apps on my phone. I'm truly addicted. You're probably wondering what on earth this has to do with diabetes. Well, put simply, i...
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