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Re: [IP] lows

Always Kim. My feelings exactly when I have frequent lows.  Just keep
reading the information from this group and work your hardest to correct it.
I know your mindset-your totally burned out, tired, depressed and
disgusted-but you know what if you don't change it that's the way your going
to live.Personally I couldn't do that to the people I love who are around
me-I owe it to them and myself to set a good example and be happy.  Please
give it your best and realize that you will not always feel this way better
days are coming and non-diabetics struggle too with daily challenges.  Count
your blessings-take control mistakes will be made just accept them and
continue on.  We'll be pulling for you.  Best Regards Caol Teal
----- Original Message -----
From: Kim <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2000 9:56 PM
Subject: [IP] lows

Does anyone ever get depressed about getting low too much?  It seems that
the closer I try to watch it the more I get low.  Then I feel like I have no
control at all.  I sometimes feel like I am fighting a losing battle.

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