I am doing a research paper on diabetes but I am having a very hard time getting people around me to talk about it. I have come up with some basic questions that I think are important. The main focus for this project is sharing the struggles, fears, and daily lives of people who suffer with diabetes. Because this is a reseach paper for an English 100 class at Western Kentucky University, I need your permission to use your words. If you would like to participate i9n the discussion, but don't want the world to see what your answers are, please email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, if you would like a personal copy of the research, I would love to provide you with one. And, tu.diabetes requests a copy of the finished work, therefore, I would like to know if you want me to use your real name. I have been using individuals initials so that they are able to find their "words" in this paper. I want to thank you in advance for your help and look forward to all the responses.
Amanda Gouy Morgan
1. When did you find out you were a diabetic?
2. How did you find out you were a diabetic?
3. What were your immediate feelings after the diagnosis?
4. What are your fears?
5. What are your struggles?
6. Do you have a support team?
7. How do you control diabetes?
8. Does your support team hurt/help you? Can you give examples?
9. Do you have a family history of diabetes?
10. Would you like to add anything?