Life can be scary for everyone, as will have been proven and underlined by our latest suffering and now, onward struggles.
Equally it can also be so wonderful and comforting, although it will need constant attention, respect, and care.
Simply taking your life by the scruff of the neck can make all the difference in the World.
Being such a dominating part of anyone's life, diabetes is no different, and Ian just wants to prove that to you.
Diabetes can be a scary proposition for any new diagnosis; but it can also consume those who have not yet had the opportunity to manage their condition effectively or are experiencing any issues.
I would ask a few questions of any potential reader of this narrative:
•Do you want to beat your diabetes and bring it under your control?
•Do you want to live the life that you want and not driven by worries, anxiety or depression countenanced by a lack of effective management?
•Do you really understand the condition you now have or are faced with?
•Do you realise what will happen with little or bad management practice?
•Do you really want it to take, or retain, control of you and be in command of you?
The answers to all these questions will be displayed in real life scenarios to ensure each one is delivered with evidence of actuality provided.
Ian is a long serving practitioner in the art of managing his diabetic life; 62 years and counting. Ian would like to invite you in; to help you feel more contented, calm concerns and move forward more confidently.
This is an inspirational story; designed to prove how it is possible to overcome almost everything in the way of you enjoying a great life in the simplest manner possible.
‘I have diabetes; diabetes does not have me.’ are Ian’s memoirs of his battles with diabetes and management of such a chronic condition; to ensure he would be able to lead a fun-filled, exciting, and successful life without attracting unwanted problems!
Littered with many amusing anecdotes; this is a truly unique story and is Ian’s first memoir depicting his ‘physical life’ with his diabetic partner.
This is the first memoir in a series of trials and adventures that Ian will use to further endorse his message to enable others to engage with improved confidence, reassurance and happiness.

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