Thank you for welcoming me. My main thing right now is trying to get my daughter in control. She's been doing the sneaking food/ not telling us the truth about her blood sugars for at least 4 years. We were just throwing our hands in the air, when I found this site. I have been told by (army) doctors everything from spank her, put locks on the fridge and anything with food in it, to put a lock on her bed room door. They all said they had never heard of this issue. All of those "choices" were not choices for us. I just couldn't figure out what to do for her. Till this site I thought we were all alone, that we were failing, and now I know WE are not alone, Kylie is not abnormal and we WILL get through this. Thank you all sooooooooo much!!
yes, I use autopen. but I am not knew in tudiabetes. first person was Doris she gratuade me for enter in tudiabetes. but this is not a problem because I wont to know new persons and to make new friends.
Brigitte, Thanks for your note. I am needing a way to get more involved here, and with some time coming this week ahead I will be able to start some relationships here, that have purpose. I will get to the picture, too.
Hi Brigitte. Ill try to post a pic of myself Im not photo friendly so much. Well there is no sun yet here. Im feeling so so last A1C was 6.4 not bad.. Its everything else that comes with diabetes that slows me down. I hope all is well with you to?
Merci pour le bienvenu! Oui, j'ai lu le New Members Guide... presque tout le monde me l'a demande! Tes photos sont beaux, quand j'ai plus de temps, j'ajouterai les photos et musique.
Brigette, It is an honor to hear from a fellow diabetic on the other side of the planet. I want to take a moment and thank you for the kind gesture. I PROMISE! I will read the new members guide as soon as I finish thanking you! I have been a lone diabetic for a decade and am looking forward to support and a valuable source of information from people who have walked the path I am treading now. If I can do anything to asssist, please let me know.
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