its not easy to be strong always...to think ahead and smile on the past which has left you hurt, its not easy to be disciplined always, its not easy to accept that you are different .....its not easy…

its not easy to be strong always...to think ahead and smile on the past which has left you hurt, its not easy to be disciplined always, its not easy to accept that you are different .....its not easy to find a good reason in every difficulty
I am afraid my patience is running out ....

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Comment by Stemwinder (Gary) on March 29, 2013 at 7:46pm

It's so hard to always be strong especially when you know that the struggles of yesterday are the struggles you face tomorrow. We all burn out occasionally but we have no choice but to continue.

I take comfort in knowing that when I feel alone I have a few thousand friends here at TuD that understand.

Comment by renka on March 30, 2013 at 1:47pm
I feel the same way Pooja but remember the rewards of your hard work. You don't see them because you do well but you'd notice if you didn't take care of yourself! You'd be riddled with complications that you wouldn't want! So keep up the good work. It's hard because it goes unnoticed by our non diabetic peers but I notice them and so do all of us here at TuD. Thanks for writing. You've inspired me to keep plugging away, one day at a time!

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