i don't know what i'm doing. i tested this morning and my sugar was 128. I had an egg, a piece of turkey, and some green beans for breakfast....my sugars have been high all day since then...it is frustrating. Everyone in my house just went to get some food, but I stayed back because I'm afraid to eat and I didn't want to be tempted. I feel awful because I was kind of harsh with them, and I'm usually not like that, but I'm trying to get myself on the right track and the only way I know how to not tempt myself is to not put myself in the way of temptation.

I'm not sure why my sugars have been high all day...I just don't understand.

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Comment by Cody Turner on November 29, 2008 at 3:14pm
Sometimes there is no reason on why our sugars are high or low. You can do everything right and be high or do everything wrong and be low. You sometimes just can't win against diabetes, but don't let it get you down. You can beat it.

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