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Why I Almost Died Of Type 1 Diabetes

January 3, 2020

I was in diabetic coma when I was diagnosed, since I had a flu of some kind that plunged me into high blood sugar mode, which in turn made me comatose. I slipped away, on Memorial Day weekend/the First week of June 1991. I was taken to a hospital because I needed life support. My family gave me my last rights. It was a random event that could have been prevented with insulin. We will not get into graphic details but I will say that this caused me grief for the rest of my life until now. I’m trying to deal with my pent-up emotions that weren’t heard by my family. Reading Jonice Webb books are helping with that. But anyway, what was done was done, and I couldn’t do anything to stop it. I had many astral plane/near death/alternative dimension experiences while in diabetic coma that I have yet to unpack. My experiences are definitely stuck in my head waiting to be written about.

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