dblog Check in Day!

July 22nd, 2013

Chris from “A Consequence of Hypoglycemia” decided that we should have a check-in day, which I think is a brilliant idea!

I love reading other dBlogs and seeing what other members of the DOC are doing.

As most of you know, I haven’t been as connected to the DOC this past year as I usually have been because I’ve been in school. I’m trying to get back into blogging, and staying active on Facebook and Twitter.

I blog so that I can stay connected to the DOC and other PWD. I love the support that I gain from the DOC, and that I can help to provide to others in the DOC and the friendships that I’ve formed with other PWD, parents of CWD, and some spouses of PWD. It is amazing when I think about the strength of the connections that I’ve formed with my online friends and community, and how much I lean on my friends. I only hope that I will be able to meet my online community friends in the offline world one day.

I’m very thankful for the DOC and the support of my fellow dBloggers and OC members. You all have supported me through some difficult times during the past couple of years, and for that, I’m incredibly thankful.

I’m working on building my Holistic Health Coaching practice now that I’ve graduated from school, and will be starting the “Immersion” intensive part of my training at the end of the month. I’m really excited about this chapter in my life.

dHugs,

Aliza Chana


3 Responses to “dblog Check in Day!”

  1. Chris on July 22, 2013 3:18 pm

    The great thing is that even if you take a break, we’ll always be here when you decide to come back!

  2. Karen on July 22, 2013 7:40 pm

    Just checking in to say keep doing what you are doing!!

  3. Scott K. Johnson on July 22, 2013 7:44 pm

    Ditto what Chris said! :-)

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