«When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us»
According to Hellen Keller (el.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elen_Keller) a blind and deaf-mute girl who managed to become a writer, orator,
essayist, activist and many others.
The definition of Type 1 diabetes as well as several other information can be found at the following link: el.wikipedia.org/wiki/Σακχαρώδης_διαβήτης
One (of the few admittedly released freely) about what is happening in our body with the DM1 – video in English http://kidshealth.org/en/parents/in-diabetes-vd.html
I would not want be lost in the process of what is diabetes mellitus type 1, or in any scientific explanation of it. This has
already been done by myriad scientists, specialized doctors and nurses.
For me, diabetes mellitus type 1, or juvenile diabetes, is a whole new way of life.
Those who are ailing or have people in their close family circle who are sick, speak the same “language”.
The sweet children’s language, who daily struggle with balancing blood glucose levels. They put themselves on a daily basis, in restrictions, which for most people are unknown.
For me, they are all heroes. Young and elderly, but nonetheless heroes.
For all these heroes who are around and live among us, I want to try everyday to give my best, in order to help them, even a little.
In order to make their sweet life a little easier and more enjoyable.