I am interested in doing a diabetes camp for adults with type 2 diabetes. It's really a struggle living with family members who don't have diabetes and really not having a desire to get healthy.
I've done the diabetes education stuff. I am interested in camp for more socialization/info with people with T2D. I'm in SE Virginia.
That would be a great way to meet people who can relate to what you experience!
There are diabetes education classes available. Ask your Dr.
I've never heard of a camp for diabetics, but if you can go, I say go for it! It's hard for me too as my husband is a sweet fanatic, most of the time it doesn't bother me, but sometimes I just want to eat his ice cream without worrying that my sugar will be in the 200 the next day!! Lol
Hi Erica, I'm an early child development teacher of 2 year olds. My husband has type 2 diabetes and I don't but I take a medication for high blood pressure. I have 2 teens of 16 and 19 who eats differently from my husband and I but because my children can cook I just buy the food and let them cook. Most of the time they will eat what I cook for my husband and I which is a baked meat, a garden salad, sweet potatoes and mixed berries. We drink 1-2 liters of water daily and walk often. We both check our numbers twice daily and we live a blessed, happy life! 😁