Insulin-Free

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It’s a red-letter day, a miracle. I’m fearful (in case this is only temporary) but elated. I’m finally off insulin. About sixteen months ago, I began taking insulin every day to control my diabetes, but now I’ve gotten to zero units per day. I cannot begin to explain how wonderful it feels. I’ve lost 82 pounds (37 kg) and have changed so much in my life. I changed how I relate to the world around me. I devoted untold hours to reading about recovery while I walked on a treadmill at the gym. I cried more tears than I knew

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