My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Diabetes Hands Foundation, Berkeley, CA, USA
The Diabetes Hands Foundation operates an online community known as TuDiabetes which is an ever-growing community of people who are going through the same things in their day-to-day lives.
A place where someone who is Diabetic can be just that, a Diabetic, or a place where someone newly diagnosed can come to get advice on how to cope and handle with what life has thrown at them. TuDiabetes is a place to remind you that you are not alone.
I just joined a couple of weeks back, and already I'm diving into the community. I've even found myself in situations where I can't wait to see a reply, or what someone has posted next.
It's a great community for all of us that are in the same boat, and its refreshing to know that we're not in it alone. We have eachother.
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How did you find this group?
The people are friendly and candid. The two makings of a great community about such a serious topic.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
It's gotten me to be more open about what I go through everyday since my initial diagnosis just over 2 years ago.
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