The We Are Diabetes Recovery Toolkit!

May 05, 2017

We are beyond thrilled to announce that the We Are Diabetes Recovery Toolkit is now available for use! The We Are Diabetes Recovery Toolkit is FREE for anyone to download and use on their recovery journey!

The We Are Diabetes Recovery Toolkit was created for any individual working towards recovery from ED-DMT1 (sometimes referred to as "diabulimia"). We've taken note of the most frequently asked questions about recovering from ED-DMT1, and with the help of our contributors, we have addressed those questions here in this free toolkit.

This Recovery Toolkit is here to make your journey to recovery a little clearer. Many have successfully found a full and joyous life after their battle with diabetes and an eating disorder. Their strength and courage are the core inspiration for this project.

Our toolkit is meant to be shared, and to be read over and over again!

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