“You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life.”

― Winston Churchill

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4 Comments

  1. Johanna DeGidio Reynolds

    Having enemies means you have said something meaningful and caused someone to take a long, hard look at themselves…and they obviously didn’t like what they saw and have decided it’s YOUR fault rather than taking responsibility for their own inadequacy. Hence, having enemies isn’t such a bad thing!

  2. Wow! I just read the hateful post. Very bitter and angry. I have been following this blog for a while now and I have never felt that you are giving medical advice. I applaud you and your family for the commitment you have made to show the world what it is like to have an invisible disease. You give a real life account of the emotions and work it takes daily to keep your children healthy and safe. Keep it up!
    I am a wife of a Type 1.

  3. valerie squire

    Never have I looked to your for medical advise, but I have often looked to you for knowing how I feel, and for being a friend. It’s bit just the person that’s affected by diabetes, it’s the whole family. There are do many things a diabetic goes through that doctors don’t tell us. It’s nice knowing what each other knows and telling each other our experiences. It helps us know we aren’t alone. So, thank you Frank. You’re awesome. There are over 6 million people on this planet, don’t let just one of them change who you are. 🙂

  4. It hurts when people say mean things.

    Bully. I firmly believe she’s a bully. Shes mad and her outlet was attack. Attack those that seem happy and accepting of their lives with T1D. Attack those whose lives seem go on despite diabetes.

    Don’t stop doing what you love. You have a passion and devotion to your child all you’re doing is sharing your journey with us.

Speak!