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ADA website had diabetes for 20 years now here

hello, my name Bill 46 single man lives PA on my own in room and bathroom. I have a learning disability with mental issues, I been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes for 20 years. I was on the ADA website for a long time. now I am here. I am a kind person who doesn't listen to Doctors. I am very overweight. I do walk ride a Mountain bike. I don't own a car don't money. I am on SSD for disability. I use detection. I never eat right but once in an I have Neropthey finger and legs. I am a lot of medication health and mental health. I was always a loner with no friends except a best friend who lives in Houston tx and 2 friends who take food shopping once a week. I am on food stamps. I use to go to the Y every since covid 19 have been at all 2 afraid to go.

  1. Welcome to the forums! I hope you learn a thing or two.

    1. Thank you lot different the ADA website

      1. – hi! As Ecumbroc says, welcome! I appreciate you introducing yourself to the community. I hope you're able to get some more information and support from us here in the community forums. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us in the forums if you have any diabetes-related questions or need help finding something on the website. We have a lot of information. How long have you been mountain biking? ~ Minel (Team Member)

        1. almost whole life but more get older less not active as I was. I still ride. try to do my loop round in ara about 2 miles. I am so overweight today do things very slow. try to get the exercise I don't Y any more sense Covid19 I am very afraid of people in General.

        2. thanks for sharing! I think it's always a good idea to go at a pace we're comfortable with. ~ Minel (Team Member)

      2. I use Robo forum Does not save the user name and password why work with all other forms do no cclean

        1. – Hmmm... I'm not sure why it's not working, though I'm not super familiar with that program. I'm sorry if it's an inconvenience for you. If you are ever locked out of your account or having other technical difficulties with our site or your account, please reach out to our email, contact@type2diabetes.com, and we can try our best to work out the technical issues with our help desk. ~ Minel (Team Member)

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