Of course it is ok to be sad Darling!! Oh my, I am sorry for your loss. You have to cry, be angry, sad, upset in many ways.....part of healthy healing. Take care and thinking of you. Love to your family, and peace in your hearts. xo
Hey girl, thanks for the friend request :) It's great that you found us, this website has been really helpful to me and everything diabetics go through. If you have any questions for me just ask away :) So what is your story ... how did you get type 1 diabetes?
Oh, honey I hope there will be a cure too. I have good reason to hope. My oldest son is a research scientist and this is what he does. Having Mom as a Diabetic is his incentive. Kids can be mean, but they don't really understand but ur teacher .... shame on her. She needs to be educated as far as working with kids with medical issues. She needs to know what to do for you if something happened. Just hang in there. So glad you are here and can talk with other kids to see how they cope. Take care AB.
Thanks for the add. I always feel bad for you young kids who struggle with this D. Especially today, its difficult to be different than everyone and sure you must be frustrated not being able to do or eat as ur friends do. But believe me Anna Banana, in the end it will make you a stronger person living with this adversity. ((HUGS))
hi Anna, I'm so sorry to hear about your grandmother. I was really close to my dad's mother. She was a real inspiration to me. I hope you have many memories you can keep in your heart forever. big hug, amiga! (as Manny always says)
Wow that is not fair that they think you were cussing. Is there any way to show the original message so they know it wasn't from you? Can you still use your laptop even though there is a password on it now?
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