At some point in time reality sets in.
Truth and reality are your constant companions in life, although denial likes to step in between you and them from time to time.
When did you realize, and accept the fact that you were a diabetic?
It doesn't matter what type of diabetes it is that you may have, they are all harmful, so is the denial of such!
So what was it?
Was it the sluggish feeling that you had of being tired?
Was it the medications, the insulin, the needles, the constant finger pricks to measure the glucose level in your blood?
Was it the fear of diabetes related complications?
Was it the fear of a shortened life?
Was it the thought of all of those medical test that must be performed routinely to ensure you that you are ok?
Or was it the thought of not being able to enjoy your life in a healthy, productive manner with those that you love?
Something established that bond between you and reality.
Or are you still in a state of denial?
Diabetes and the complications that can be associated with it are real, constant companions, wrecking havoc where ever they go uncontrolled!
But keep your companions (Truth and Reality) close by, together they make dealing with life a whole lot easier each and every day!
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