Does Having Diabetes Cause You to Crave for Attention?

By MAYS Latest Reply 2012-09-15 19:09:36 -0500
Started 2012-09-11 12:30:34 -0500

Are you holding in something that you just have to let out?

Are you the center of attention in your home, on the job or within your circle of friends?

Do you find yourself (unknowingly) interjecting into the conversations of others, without being invited into the conversation?

Do you feel neglected?
Are you emotionally in need of attention?
Are you craving the attention of others?

If so, how much of this do you think that diabetes and your hormonal imbalance within your endocrine system?

Maybe you just want to tell someone that you are a diabetic, maybe you want to educate others about diabetes, or maybe you have always been this way!



13 replies

Ms. DAT 2012-09-13 13:50:40 -0500 Report

No I don't need attention because at times people pay attention even more when I am quiet which I prefer but it is that the more quieter I become and mind my own business that my interaction is helpful. I am a person who is by nature a humanitarian but I know now when to shut it down!!!

ON the other hand, I only want the attention from the One who really matters!!LoL!! so I have learned how to get the attention when I want it!!!lol

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2012-09-11 19:57:59 -0500 Report

Nope I do not crave attention. I love being behind the scenes. I don't want pity, sympathy, or for anyone to feel sorry for me because I have a chronic disease. Just let me be me is all I ask. I don't know how to be anyone else.

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