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Re: [IP] advice for job interview that includes lunch?



Your prospective employer will have more respect for you and know you're
caring for yourself if you're honest and up-front at the interview.  No
surprises after hire.  My er knows I have frequent doc visits, but I've only
been  out sick twice in three years.
Joanne
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Subject: [IP] advice for job interview that includes lunch?


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> Pumpers,
> I have a job interview Tuesday that includes lunch. I don't like to reveal
> the fact that I have diabetes until after I have landed a job, so this
> situation obviously presents a problem. In order to avoid bolusing at the
> table with my prospective employer, I was thinking of just eating
something
> without carbs or with a very small amount and more protein so that I could
> just bolus after the interview. I've even thought of diconnecting for the
> interview to avoid an embarrassing alarm or something even though such an
> occurence is rare.
> Anyone else have any better ideas of how I should handle this?
> Thanks,
> Deanna
> dxed T1 9/92, pumping since 1/02
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