I am currently in graduate school working on my doctorate degree in clinical psychology. I started the summer of 05 and was diagnosed with Type I in 07. I also got hypothyroidism at that time. Needless to say I was tired! I finally got on insulin and started to feel somewhat better, but my stress shot through the roof. I had to slow down my program a year to be able to take care of my health and the ridiculous demands of grad school. Anyway, my schedule is crazy and it's been hard adjusting to diabetes during this kind of schooling. I see clients two days a week and am terrified I'll have a low in session. Imagine telling a therapist your deepest feelings or taking an IQ test, and the therapist sweating profusely shaking and obviously irritated. Part of the "blank slate" of the therapist is not telling the client anything about yourself, so they have no idea why I'd be acting odd. Luckily it's only happened twice, but I constantly worry about the next time it will happen. Grad Shcool life is certainly not conducive to dealing with the first years of diabetes.