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Grith Mandrup-Poulsen
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Hi, My name is Grith Mandrup-Poulsen. I live in Denmark in the beautiful North Sealand, Hillerød, where i have my own marketing agency.

I see my self as an creative person whos likes to gets results for my customers. I also have 2 beautiful sons, (15 and 23). Personally I enjoy travelling, art, dance, theater, fashion and lifestyle. I am extremely proud of being a good mother and a succesful career woman.

best wishes Grith

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At 10:59am on August 25, 2010, Kristy Lorenzen said…
Hello, Grith! I saw your comment on my post about separation anxiety. I am shocked that the school wasn't more accommodating about your son's diabetes. I am not familiar with educational laws outside of the U.S. Here, we have nurses and nurse's assistants in the schools specifically for our children with diabetes and they administer their insulin here. We must accommodate for any health issues legally.

The one idea I've thought of around getting your son to school is trying to involve a friend or a peer in some way. At 12 years old, peers are likely becoming very important to your son. If he could have the support of a close friend at school - to walk with, etc. That may help? And, of course, I'm sure you are aware that your son will pick up on your feelings about the situation and follow your lead on that. So if you have anxiety about it, he is likely to have anxiety about it. You might have to "fake" confidence about the situation and a calm reassurance.

This is a very difficult issue. Good luck to you! Wish I could help more.
At 3:03pm on August 11, 2010, Terry Starr said…
Hi Grith,
Welcome to Butterfly from Denmark!

Continue your journey here by joining some of the many active groups like ENTREPRENEUR MOMS or MOMS OF BOYS to connect and network with like-minded women (groups under members tab). Consider too starting a MOMS FROM DENMARK group of your own.

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