I was diagnosed with Type 1 at nine years old and have always considered myself incredibly lucky to have been so young, because I don’t remember anything else. I had my ups and downs with my diabetes through school, with a good lot of faked BGs (blood glucose levels) in my diary along the way.…

When I was first diagnosed with Type 1 at the age of 23 in 2015, I couldn’t even begin to imagine how complicated, stressful, and confusing the next few years of my life would be. I’m not a worrier and very rarely find myself stressed out, but one thing I wondered about more than anything…