We are seriously experienced diabetics here, no longer "babies"... but what exactly have we become in terms of our diabetes?
In the generic, numbers do not phase me even remotely anymore, whatever they might be. Whether 23 or 569 I simply do not give a crap. They are solely numbers I deal with the "pretty flames" in front of me and do tactical ~damage control~ afterwards.
Does that make me emotionally calloused, horribly jaded, or merely mentally damaged, spiritually broken? Or am I just a diabetic with lots of nasty expereince? ie clinically detached, "vulcan" in our approach? A beginner, a "white coat", a Tyoe-A person would have a knipshin, suffer appaplexy, a stroke whatever the particular-specific given issue might be
I believe many of us with true experience are not so easily "thrown". What has the experience you've paid for in blood, tears and emotional scars done to your perceptions re: "things diabetic" ? In truth can you be paniced anymore? Or does experience guarantee degrees of "vulcan" dispassion?
What do you think?