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Re: [IP] Hail Hail
I support you, in both the good times and the bad times. I'm sitting here
using a text reader because my eyes bled so much yesterday that I am now
totally blind and am looking at two vitrecometies over the next month
because there is no more room for any more laser. I think I do have a "good
attitude", but it still doesn't make the reality of what I am going through
any less. For those of you who belive in God, please pray for me, and if
you don't believe in God, wish me well. Listening (yes, it actually is
listening with a text reader, with both your heart and your ears) is what is
keeping me going right now.
Thanks for the support group,
From: Sue W <email @ redacted>
To: Insulin Pumpers Digest <email @ redacted>
Date: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 5:50 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] Hail Hail
>It is people with comments and opinions just like Wendy that are causing
>a lot of my frustration right now. How does she know what is really
>going on in my life to make me feel the way I do? It is not always just
>a case of the "poor me's".
>I think I have come up with a great solution ... the hell with doctors,
>the hell with diabetes, etc.
>I decided to go the the grocery store today and get the fixin's for one
>of my favorite treats -- strawberry shortcake with whipped cream and the
>works. I am right now eating a big piece with a glass of milk. When I
>am done, I will probably just go to bed. No BG. No insulin. Now that
>sounds like freedom! Somehow this makes sense to me. After all, this
>damn disease will kill you in the end anyway, the doctors are only in it
>for the money -- not to help.
>People with opinions like Wendy are the reason that I (and probably
>others) get upset at times. I would like to be able to be completely
>open with what is going on to cause my feelings (call them whatever you
>want) and hopefully get some feedback that might help me deal with all
>of this. However, people like this make it next to impossible to do
>that! I guess I will just have to find comfort in my goodies (such as
>the shortcake) and keep things bottled up inside until I finally burst
>from the pressure.
>Maybe someday (if I am lucky) I will be able to find some support (and
>maybe even a doctor that gives a damn about something) and get on with
>some sort of normal(?) life -- if there is such a thing. Until then I
>hope all the Wendy's out there will realize that everything out there is
>not perfect and the reality is that diabetes sucks!
>Maybe we should have a list specifically for support (I mistakenly
>thought that was what this list was for ... silly me) -- no rose colored
>glasses allowed. That kind of list might just be helpful for people
>like me that really need some feedback and help but instead just get
>garbage in return for opening up and being honest!
><< Hi Darren, it's Wendy in Ontario, I just read your posting to
>was excellent, very well written, and totally right. Thanks, I too
>that the pumper's list is not the place to vent our frustrations
> ... Sue :-)
> If your Bible is in good shape ...
> Your life probably isn't!
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