Let's face it.
You have diabetes, and yes you are a diabetic.
Do you tell your loved ones?
How do you tell your loved ones?
When do you tell your loved ones?
So much emphasis is put on "not" knowing how to tell them, it's as simple as you telling them that you "love" them.
It's more important for you to accept your diagnosis of diabetes, and you must be proactive towards your care first and foremost.
You are not protecting others, you are creating unnecessary stress in your life while pondering this minor issue, the major issue is the caring of yourself once you have been diagnosed.
Here is how you can tell others that you are a diabetic, it will require 30-60 minutes of time (both yours, and theirs) including the Q and A session that is sure to follow:
A great site for information:
View this information together, and move on, going forward with your life, caring for yourself as a diabetic, and living a healthy lifestyle.
We all love attention, and diabetes should have your full attention 100%.
After all, it is "YOUR" diabetes, and "YOUR" responsibility!
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