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ENJOY A SWEET LIFE WITH YOUR PARTNER WHO HAS DIABETES

We all express love through sweet gestures and through something that is literally sweet - chocolates! But what if your partner or loved one can’t tolerate sugar because of diabetes? Does that mean they can’t enjoy sweetness? Of course not! Love trumps sugar, so here are some choices on how to make a sweet but safe living for your special someone who has diabetes.

ENJOY A SWEET LIFE WITH YOUR PARTNER WHO HAS DIABETES

“The time and effort spent on little handmade somethings are much more appreciated than simply buying presents from a store”

SWEET GESTURES

You can choose to prepare the sweetest gesture by showcasing your hidden talents and resources. Sure, there are lots of ways for expressing your affection: greeting cards, stuffed toys, and even a new gadget. But for special occasions, nothing beats creating something with your own hands. The time and effort spent on little handmade things are much more appreciated than simply buying presents from a store.

You can learn simple crafts to create meaningful pieces that remind him/her of your love. It can be a poem, printed and framed, a specially embroidered handkerchief, or your own interpretation of his/her perfect mug, hand-drawn and designed using a medium of your choice. Now that’s sweetness overload!

LOVE COMES IN ALL FLAVORS

Create treats that can spice up your relationship! Choose among different exotic recipes readily available online. Or maybe you’d like to ask your partner for his/her choice of cuisine. Since you’ll be the chef, ‘love’ will surely be a main ingredient. He/She will surely want to kiss the cook!

If culinary creation isn’t your strong suit, then there’s always take out! Try to present your ordered food ala gourmet, with plating and all. You can add your choice of diabetes-friendly beverage to the feast. Just don’t forget to top it all off with a romantic ambience. Dimly lit candles and rose pet-als should do the trick.

LOVE COMES IN ALL FLAVORS

Create treats that can spice up your relationship! Choose among different exotic recipes readily available online. Or maybe you’d like to ask your partner for his/her choice of cuisine. Since you’ll be the chef, ‘love’ will surely be a main ingredient. He/She will surely want to kiss the cook!

If culinary creation isn’t your strong suit, then there’s always take out! Try to present your ordered food ala gourmet, with plating and all. You can add your choice of diabetes-friendly beverage to the feast. Just don’t forget to top it all off with a romantic ambience. Dimly lit candles and rose pet-als should do the trick.

SWEETER IN PAIRS

Other than treating him/her to something that fills the tummy, you can choose to treat them with something that fills the heart. Do this by setting up a fun filled day of activities that’s safe for people with diabetes.

There are plenty of choices, despite the physical restrictions of the new normal. For indoors, you can plan a TV marathon and watch your favorite romantic movies (rom-coms!), or that on-going series you’ve been too busy to see. Just make sure you select the right diabetes-friendly snacks to go with your binge-watching.

Another activity is to create something with your loved one. Spend some quality time by making something together from scratch. A brief search on Pinterest opens up a plethora of choices: paper crafts, making simple art, easy baking recipes - what have you!

HAVE A SWEET AND HEALTHY LIFE

Take a literal stroll down memory lane. Going to some of the unforgettable places you two have visited in the past can amp up the sweetness. Reminisce about your first meeting at the park or that serendipitous corner cafe encounter. Not only will this make your heart flutter - it’s also a healthy exercise for you both.

Of course, nothing says “I love you” better than making sure your loved one with diabetes stays healthy and is able to do the things he/she loves without being hindered by his/her condition. Ask your doctor about how to properly manage diabetes through better choices of maintenance medicines.

HAVE A SWEET AND HEALTHY LIFE

Take a literal stroll down memory lane. Going to some of the unforgettable places you two have visited in the past can amp up the sweetness. Reminisce about your first meeting at the park or that serendipitous corner cafe encounter. Not only will this make your heart flutter - it’s also a healthy exercise for you both.

Of course, nothing says “I love you” better than making sure your loved one with diabetes stays healthy and is able to do the things he/she loves without being hindered by his/her condition. Ask your doctor about how to properly manage diabetes through better choices of maintenance medicines.

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