I believe you are depressed and down. I believe you are having trouble.
But I don't understand. Talk to us.
Why are you down? What is frustrating? Do you hate what you eat? Is your family driving you crazy? Do you feel like you can't control your blood sugar? Are you afraid? What?
I can give you encouraging words. I can tell you that you will feel better. But you need to talk to us if we are to truly help you through this.
I have been there before too. I'm ur age so i understand. Dont give up things will get better. If u need to talk im here for you
From your posts it looks like you are just a little past six months of dealing with T1 and brand new to pumping to boot. Hang in there! You've had a lot to learn and work your way through this past half year. It can be a struggle the first few months while you learn how to make your pump work best for you, so don't despair over that, you'll get through that learning curve.
You have an incredibly infectious smile. Exhausted and frustrated really weigh heavily on a person. Try to get some extra rest and give yourself a huge smile when you look in the mirror to start each day. You will find that what you are struggling through at the moment with all that you have had to learn will get easier and school is almost out for the summer, so hopefully a chance to get really comfortable with the diabetes side of things.
Hi Kelsey, I am so sorry that you're not in a good place right now and I wish that I could give you a hug. You're a beautiful young girl with so much life in front of you. Things will get better and you will figure out how to deal with the Diabetes part. You've gotten some really good advice here but I just want you to know that we're all pulling for you and we're all here to help you.
Hang in there, Kelsey. :)
Yikes! That's certainly a good excuse! I hope you feel better from that and the rest of the stuff soon!