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other times if people notice my insulin pumps or something i would be embarrassed to tell them what it was.. i was not comfortable in my own self. i was ashamed. then other times i would hate testing myself.all the way through out this year and a half i would not get over with being different.. i had different incidents were i was with my boy friend watching movies and i had really bad low blood sugars.. but i still would be to lazy and stupid that i would ignore it and risk my life when i did stupid stuff like not giving myself shots when i was suppose to... i wouldn't never take care of myself.. A1C of 9.9 or so. i was horrible. but not i decided to change.. i want to start new. change everything.make my life easy with some effort. learn to accept myself of who i am. and learn that different is beautiful