Hi guys and gals,
I guess I am just looking for a little moral support here. I was diagnosed in 1995 with type 1 diabetes and have been on insulin shots ever since. Of course I don't like it and probably never will get used to the fact that I need this to survive. Does the denial ever really go away? There are so many days more then not that I feel like I just don't want this anymore and if I ignore it, it will go away. I know that it won't but in my mind that is what I wish. To just wake up in the morning and be completely healthy and not have to worry about taking insulin. Is it wrong to want to be carefree and not have to worry about packing my supplies before I can leave the house? I suppose I would have thought that after living with diabetes as long as I have that I would be more used to the idea by now..lol..
I just want to know if there are other people that feel the same way that I do. I have a great family and they do try their hardest to understand, but unless they are in my shoes they cannot fully understand. Agree or disagree??
Thanks for taking the time to read, Hugs to all!!
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