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Re: [IP] diabetes horrible
I appreciate the nice letter. Yes he was an all-round little child who
couldn';t cope with life in genertal. Now I have another SO and am living in
CA with my own home and as far as I know he's in England somewhere. I came
out better anyway.
I guess when people tell me to 'get over it' re; not being able to drive
with bad eyesight and all, I get a tad defensive. they then ask why I
haven't a full time job and such. DOH!
Now that I'm on the pump, my current SO has stopped calling me "Sybill" and
has pretty much let me be in re; the 'betes, but has taken days off to drive
me to endos far from here and such.
----- Original Message -----
From: "marks" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2000 5:43 PM
Subject: [IP] diabetes horrible
i agree with carol. sounds like he just could not handle any pressure.
just keep your headup andkeep pushing forward. there is someone that will
acept you for you and not worry about the fact that you have diabetes. my
wifehas stuck by me through thick and thin since i was dx with diabetes(we
were not married at the time i was dx). she has been a big help to me
helping me keep up with the supplies i need to stock back up on. sometimes
i think that if it was not for her and my son i probably would not be doing
as good as i am now. diabetes is not a good thing and i would not wish it
on anybody. but we do have it and we have to take advantage of what is
there for us to take care of myself. i will be pumping soon too as soon as
my pump gets here..push forward and as i have found there is always support
here for anybody and c
an get excellant advice from people here. good luck
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