In this 1HappyDiabetic.com Video, I explain my D-spot and why this is an "unhealthy" habit I'm trying to break.
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Kevin says...1. The disclaimer is hilarious.
2. Mike you are, I don't know, adorable (in a not belittling, completely judgment free and complementary way).
3. I'm not a diabetic, but I was thinking this tip might help those who are subject to D-Spot abuse: Make it more difficult to get at. I suggest a large patch band-aid, or even a piece of duct tape. First it makes it take longer, reducing the convenience effect. Second, the fact that there is an obstruction there reminds you that you've decided not to use it. Finally, if someone else sees it, you'll have to explain why you are wearing duct tape, and they will scold you for violating your declaration.
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