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  Back to the 2012 conference report 2012 Friends for Life Report - Other Write Ups

Many people who attended FFL Orlando 2012 wrote about their experiences. Here's some:

  1. The Post I Don't Know How to Write . . . .
  2. Friends for Life Recap: Why it works so well.
  3. Home.
  4. Annual Friends for Life Conference Not Just for Kids Anymore.
  5. Friends For Life Part 1: My personal start.
  6. Team Green.
  7. Children With Diabetes Friends For Life 2012 Teaser.
  8. The Wearing Of The Green Bracelets, Coming Home Again & Feeling Like A Butterfly.
  9. Randomly CWD.
  10. Keeping the Bracelets On.
  11. CWD FFL 2012: Parenting with Type 1 Diabetes.
  12. Felt Like Home.
  13. Learning what it means to be a Friend for Life.
  14. Don't Just Do Nothing.
  15. {Friends For Life} Crystal Bowersox.
  16. {Friends for Life} In Photos.
  17. A Thin Line.
  18. Diabetes is Not About Passing or Failing.
  19. TrialNet: Should we do it?
  20. Tandem’s t:slim: Up Close and Personal.
  21. Crystal Bowersox playing for the Elementary Group at FFL.
  22. Friends for Life: Aftermath is a podcast of the FFL 2012 experience.
  23. Friends For Life 2012: The First Days.
  24. Friends For (a) Life(time).
  25. #FFL12: Poolside Dex Checks.
  26. #FFL12 - Dr. Fasano. Onward.
  27. FFL12: Before.
  28. FFL12: During.
  29. Friends For Life: “Words of Hope” Video.
  30. Friends For Life: How We Got There.
  31. Diabetes Scholars – Generosity In Action.
  32. Friends for Life 2012: First Thoughts.
  33. My way of saying thanks.
  34. Close Concerns Report from FFL 2012.
  35. You can also read the Twitter feed (#ffl12).

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