Tag Archives: compliance

Type yes if you agree

Does anyone else out there cringe every time they see a Facebook post with type yes if you agree at the bottom? (I’m not on Instagram, so I don’t know if it happens there as well.) I have been experiencing this phenomenon … Continue reading

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Compliance vs. Contribution

I am often inspired by things I read. This was one (thanks, Seth Godin, as usual). I love the idea of substituting “contribution” for that yucky word “compliance.” It really works in diabetes because compliance means doing what someone else … Continue reading

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Diabetes Issues

This week is dblog week, where literally hundreds of diabetes bloggers write about certain topics each day (I counted 203 participants in this year’s list!). I participated in dblog week in 2011, 2012, and 2013, but this year time got … Continue reading

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The Whats and Whys of Diabetes Management

Here’s some food for thought: Rather than asking what (do I have to do), consider asking why (do I want to do it). Rather than saying I have to, consider saying I get to. By figuring out what motivates you … Continue reading

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