I don't know if it would be any easier to have a relationship with someone with diabetes. I think it would be trading one set of problems for another.
What if they are a different kind of diabetic. Would a T2 be jealous of a T1 because of the perception that T1s can eat those french fries and just bolus over it. Would a T1 be jealous of a T2 because of the perception that T2s can exercise their way out of it.
What if the two were not equally succesful in managing diabetes. If my partner were doing better and better and I couldn't seem to, how hard would that be, or vice versa and I was the one doing better, could I be happy about it.
Sure there would be more to talk about, but one might be a "finder outer" (like me), and the other a "just tell me what to do", which can breed all kinds of resentments.
Yea, having an entirely safe fridge would be nice and no special meals makes things easier, but relationships are hard no matter what, and both having the same disease doesn't change that, or even simplify it.
I guess I am saying is that, in the balance of things, I don't know how much I would weight I would give a person's having the same disease as me in the mix of all the other things one needs to consider in potential relationships.
I really don't mean to pour cold water on the idea, just to highlight that its more than his and hers matching AccuChek meters.