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Re: [IPk] obsessive?

> I guess people see testing and injections as a big chore.
> To me it's such a way of life I don't think twice about it.
> And you're right, given the choice between doing a blood test or
> having a hypo (or being high) I know which I'd pick any time! Funny
> thing is, to some non-diabetics hypos seem much worse than they are.
> I generally have a mild hypo a day. Most people would be quite
> chocked at that. People see you having a hypo and think you're about
> to die at any minute. OK, the fact that I can't talk or move when I
> have a bad hypo and just sit staring into space must give the
> impression that I'm not feeling great, but still....

Your impression would be different if you actually walked into 
someones bedroom who was in the middle of a seizure. witnessing a 
near death experience of a loved one, or anyone for that 
matter, changes your perspective a bit.

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