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MY SWEET LIFE: Successful Men with Diabetes
                 Beverly S. Adler, PhD, CDE, Editor

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One doesn’t achieve success despite living with diabetes; one achieves success in part due to living with diabetes and all the life skills practiced, learned, and acquired as a result.

Men: Be empowered to succeed with diabetes!

Combine testosterone with a positive attitude, the drive and determination to triumph over diabetes, and you have a recipe for success.

This book is a collection of life stories - each chapter written by a highly respected and successful man with diabetes. The diverse group of men share their heartwarming stories filled with honesty, humor, insights and encouragement.

Beverly S. Adler, PhD, CDE (Editor) has collected 25 amazing men with diabetes who accomplish amazing things every day! Foreword by Steven V. Edelman, MD

Contributing Authors:
Jason C. Baker, MD
Marc H. Blatstein, C.H.C., AADP
Sean Busby
R. Keith Campbell, RPh, CDE, FASHP, FAPhA, FAADE
Tony Cervati
Chris Daniel
Brian D. Graifman, Esq.
John W. Griffin, Jr.
Jay Hewitt
Scott Johnson
Charlie Kimball
Ken Kotch
Martin Lafontaine
Adam McLaughlin
Hamish Richardson
Will Ryan
Mitchell L. Schare, PhD, ABPP
Bob Scheidt
Gary Scheiner, MS, CDE
Benno C. Schmidt III
George Simmons
John Sjölund
Chris Smith, C.E.C.
Jim Turner
Saul Zuckman

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated, on behalf of the editor and the contributing writers, to the American Diabetes Association.

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MY SWEET LIFE: Successful Women with Diabetes
Beverly S. Adler, PhD, CDE
and Friends

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This book is a collection of life stories - each chapter written by a highly respected successful woman with diabetes. This group of diverse women share their stories how they find balance between managing their careers and/or family AND managing their diabetes.

The book is compiled by Dr. Beverly S. Adler who is also one of those women. "Dr. Bev" as she is better known, is a clinical psychologist and Certified Diabetes Educator in private practice, specializing treating patients with diabetes and also has had type 1 diabetes for 37 years. All those years ago when she was diagnosed, there were no role models with diabetes for her. This book is geared for women with diabetes who need role models who can inspire them. The book is written for the newly diagnosed woman with diabetes who is overwhelmed with her diagnosis. Or, for the woman who has had diabetes for a while, but can also benefit from uplifting, inspirational stories to encourage and motivate self-care (especially if they already are trying to cope with some complications).

She is joined by 23 contributing authors who are all women of exceptional accomplishments! Each story is unique and heartwarming, as these very special women share their triumph over diabetes. The reader can learn how the women's experiences with diabetes helped to shape them into who they are today.
The theme running through the book is that "diabetes is a blessing in disguise."

This book is inspirational, motivational, and uplifting!

Contributing authors (in alphabetical order):

Beverly S. Adler, PhD, CDE
Brandy Barnes, MSW
Claire Blum, MS Ed, RN, CDE
Lorraine Brooks, MPH
Carol Grafford, RD, CDE
Riva Greenberg
Connie Hanham-Cain, RN, CDE
Sally Joy
Zippora Karz
Kelli Kuehne
Kelly Kunik
Jacquie Lewis-Kemp, MPP
Joan McGinnis, RN, MSN, CDE
Jennifer Nash, DClinPsy
Vanessa Nemeth, MS, MA
Alexis Pollak
Birgitta Rice, MS, RPh, CHES
Kyrra Richards
Lisa Ritchie
Mari Ruddy, MA
Cherise Shockley
Kerri Morrone Sparling
Amy Tenderich, MA
Heartha Whitlow

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated, on behalf of the author and the contributing writers, to the American Diabetes Association.

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