One of the more frustrating things about being a person with diabetes, and there are many, is when someone who does not have diabetes gives you advice or tells us about the latest greatest thing in diabetes they just read about or saw on Facebook or TV. Years ago, this was annoying, especially when this ignorance came from someone in management at a company in this wacky world of ours. But then we remembered there’s a reason they’re in management and it has nothing to do with knowledge.
We also excused ignorance from people who didn’t have . . .
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