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Thoughtful Ways to Say “I Love You” to Your Significant Other with Diabetes

Life with diabetes can seem unconventional from the outside looking in. When we bring new people into our lives, they get to learn about our needs, routines, and how they can best support us in all aspects of life, including this one. Everyone has varying levels of comfort with involving their partners in their diabetes […]
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