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[IP] Acknowledging feelings

Yerachmiel Altman wrote:
> I think diabetes is a horrible thing to have to deal with 24*7.  Even in the
> best of times, when everything is going 'perfectly' it is still a constant
> thought and concern.

You've summed it up perfectly!!!!  That's pretty much where I am most of
the time -- Type Weird means that my body does help with regulating BGs,
and I don't have too many really off-the-wall readings, BUT it's the
constant thought and concern that get to be a drag -- which is what
allows me to keep things on an even keel.

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 Type Weird, pumping!
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