Getting tiered of being left out

Nick So Slick
By Nick So Slick Latest Reply 2012-05-11 21:32:49 -0500
Started 2012-05-09 20:32:00 -0500

A lot of people I know it took a wile for them to war up to me with my diabetes so I decided to keep it secret from new friends not such a good idea so I decided that it's not what everyone thinks of you it's what you think of yourself we have the ability of any person out there even better than some so always keep an open mind if people Judge you well then they need to warm up to you or be your friend and accept it

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forsakes alive
forsakes alive 2012-05-11 20:46:39 -0500 Report

What you have said is true,though it certainly takes patience when talking to friends that dont understand the diabetes. During my time with this,I've had my ups and downs when trying to explain different aspects of it. In the long run of it,the people I can actually call my friend have been open minded enough to understand it,though it sure did take some time .

Nick So Slick
Nick So Slick 2012-05-11 21:32:49 -0500 Report

Yes the worst is with my age I'm only13 and everyone thinks I ate too much sugar and that puts me over the deep end when I explain it and they don't get it and well thank you for reading you seem to be a very nice person I hope u read more of what I write and I will defiantly look at your writing