I know how you feel...I went from having a supervisory position with a major production company to being stuck at home 24 hours a day because I'm no longer able to drive because of my sight. Talk about a hit to your social life!
Strong enough to deal with it is right. Humans are flawed, it's true, but anyone who wouldn't date someonnnnne with a critical illness is to me just shallow. Relationships take work. To reject someone the moment you meet them would to me imply that I'm not dealing with a strong personality. Diabetes is hard enough to deal with without having to nursemaid your partner.
Hi Everyone. Just five months ago at the age of 58 I was diagnosed with type 1 and yes I'm single. I'm honeymooning! I take very little insulin. I'd rather be honeymooning with a sweet man!
It is really hard to date and keep the secret. I usually eat a low carb salad and avoid the need for insulin. What happened to the ayes when I could share a piece of tiramisu?
I have always been thin. Where did the antibodies come from? And where will I find a god partner now?
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