"I tell you how messed up diabetes is: the medical community actually looks at you funny when your blood sugar is level. - He must be cheating, they think to themselves."
I wrote this book because I kept getting ill and the hospitals could not make me better.
I wrote this book because they kept telling me to make myself better, but I couldn't and my world fell apart.
I wrote this book because I'd lost four good jobs already, and I kept finding myself in the street not knowing who or where I was.
I wrote this book because the Diabetes Industry kept telling me just to have some more insulin.
Then they told me things were a lot worse than I ever could have imagined. – So I figured things out and I made myself better. I wrote this book for you.
P.S. – A diabetic promise set in stone. If you cannot afford to purchase this book then you can have a PDF copy for free.
Interview with the Author
How did you come up with the title?
The title is a reaction to the development process, in which a reader reacted with difficulty to the working title 'The Big D: life as an everyday diabetic,' at which point I became aware of the absurd politically correct term, 'A person with diabetes.'... continue reading
Best diabetic read ever - *****
Finally a book about being diabetic that isn't patronising, doesnt moralise and tells it like it is. I read this book in one go. I shared so many feelings, experiences and opinions of being a type 1 D. I went through the whole spectrum of emotions as I read it.
CJ, 14 August 2013
Brillant book recommended, *****
Wonderful book says it how it is. laugh out load. even got the Drs at work reading it (i work on a childrens ward) and they loved it.
Alison, 15 September 2013
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