Letting Go In Order to Heal From Type-1 Diabetes

I have finally come to the conclusion that I have to let go of blogging on Diabetic Dharma.

My blogs have gone from being informative to a rash of verbal diarrhea. The writing has become disjointed. When I read them after they’re published I wonder what I was thinking.

As part of the healing program I’m following, I’m detoxing a lot of heavy metals. My last hair mineral analysis showed a three-fold increase in the amount of mercury being excreted by my body. This, I suspect, makes it harder for me to organize my thoughts.

I also need to rest and sleep a lot more (e.g. like 12 hours a day) than I have been if I’m going to heal (and stay in a good mood). I also spend at least 90 minutes each day doing different detoxification procedures. Then there’s laundry, homeschooling and family time. It’s already difficult enough to find time for these essentials, no less drafting, revising and editing blog posts.

So I am letting the blogging go for now… The good news is that my husband John will write short articles at least once a week to let you know how the healing journey is going.


Nicole P. Manley

P.S. I will still be checking emails and offering support to readers. Thanks for all the encouraging messages readers have sent me so far. Please stay in touch.

About the Author: John C. A. Manley researches and writes about alternative treatments for type-1 diabetes and its many complications. His wife, Nicole, of 15 years has had type-1 diabetes for four decades. Together they have lowered her HgbA1c below 5.5%, regained thyroid function, increased kidney function and reversed gastroparesis. Read more about their journey out of the T1D matrix or subscribe to their Diabetic Dharma blog..