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aaronjunited
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Birthday:
Oct 4, 1986 (Age: 33)
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Northern Ireland, UK
Occupation:
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aaronjunited

Active Member, Male, 33, from Northern Ireland, UK

aaronjunited was last seen:
Mar 25, 2017
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      Patricia21
      Happy birthday,hope its a good day.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 4, 1986 (Age: 33)
    Location:
    Northern Ireland, UK
    Occupation:
    Freelance Writer/Blogger
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 1
    Treatment type:
    Insulin
    Medication:
    Novorapid
    Lantus
    Exercise:
    Walking
    Likes:
    Writing, reading, technology, politics, helping others, socialising, gaming, sports, cooking & baking, chocolate, coffee and researching anything that comes to my mind.
    Dislikes:
    Tomatoes
    My life with diabetes started in August 2011 when I was diagnosed with type 1.
    Since then managing my diabetes and juggling depression with everyday life has been an experience so far. I have learned a lot, but whether or not you learn a lot, none of that matters unless you use that experience to improve your management of diabetes.

    I believe us as diabetics, all of us, not just a certain age group, even non diabetics, have one duty.

    That duty is learning to help each other.

    Without each other we cant learn from our mistakes as much as we should.
    With each other we are able to guide and support each other through the ups and downs of a life with diabetes.

    The preservation of health is a duty. Few seem conscious that there is such a thing as physical morality. - Herbert Spencer
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