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Diabetic Accessories

Pocket Innerwear specializes in making life with Diabetes easier. We supply superior Diabetes Insulin Pumps and diabetes accessories for kids, teens and adults. If you need a Diabetes Insulin Pump, a Pump Pak or Diabetes Pump Accessories, you are in the right place! We take care of diabetics of every age: you and your child on an insulin pump can live the best life possible through pump pockets. You can find great diabetes blogs and diabetes accessories like insulin pump cases, insulin pump paks, and insulin pump clothing to make the transition less stressful. And we service type 1 diabetes beyond transition and create a diabetes management system.  A new Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis is a complete lifestyle change and...

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Part 3: The Diabetes Challenge

“When I hear the word ‘can’t’ [I] take it like a challenge” – Kevin Gates, 2016.   You may know of Kevin Gates. You may not.  That’s not important.   Diabetes is a condition where you hear the word “can’t” quite often. People LOVE to tell you no, you can’t do (fill in the blank).  I heard it all the time growing up and still hear it to this day.   What matters more is how you RESPOND to that doubt, that questioning, and how you turn it into motivation.   Diabetes does knock you on your butt sometimes. It’s not the easiest thing to manage.  You’re dealing with something 24/7/365, with no days off.   Ever.   You’re manipulating...

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Part 3: The Diabetes Challenge

“When I hear the word ‘can’t’ [I] take it like a challenge” – Kevin Gates, 2016.   You may know of Kevin Gates. You may not.  That’s not important.   Diabetes is a condition where you hear the word “can’t” quite often. People LOVE to tell you no, you can’t do (fill in the blank).  I heard it all the time growing up and still hear it to this day.   What matters more is how you RESPOND to that doubt, that questioning, and how you turn it into motivation.   Diabetes does knock you on your butt sometimes. It’s not the easiest thing to manage.  You’re dealing with something 24/7/365, with no days off.   Ever.   You’re manipulating...

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Introducing Ben @manoftzeel

It took until my first Children with Diabetes conference in 2008, when I realized I wasn’t the only one dealing with the highs and low of diabetes, to finally understand that rather than allowing it to control my life, I could start living my life to the fullest.

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