Confusing title, right? It is quite possible to be both :-)
I forgot to mention that I went for my 3 month average blood glucose check up last week and, my levels are great and right where they should be so I am so happy :-D
On a different note, but on the same subject, recently someone I know was being completely out of line regarding my T1 diabetes. The person decided they knew better then me on how to handle my illness and, criticized, commented and needed to have a say in most things I did ( I didn’t actually do anything wrong! ). The person made small digs whenever an opportunity seemed to have presented itself and found it appropriate to bring up the subject of my illness around people I do not even know and, made comments to them about what I can and cannot eat. This person has absolutely no idea how I manage my diabetes, and how I live my life but, found it their business to just assume. Every time I attempted to explain the situation to make the person understand that they were inaccurate, I was talked over and pretty much ignored. I am not sure if I have ever felt so stressed out and tense in my body before. I could go into specific details of the whole horrific time that was spent in the presence of this person but that serves no purpose. It was just a whole lot of disrespect! I am just upset that I allowed someone to treat me that way in the first place! And even worse, I don’t think the person even realized how out of line and completely wrong they were…In fact, I think the person feels like the victim… People should have their facts right before they speak out about something they do not have the correct knowledge about.
My blood boils just writing this because the whole situation was so extremely uncomfortable and in hindsight, I should have left the place sooner than I did. You live and learn…. Luckily I had the support of my husband and, my mom and family was only a phone call away.
Wishing you a wonderful day and, never let anyone bring you down, they are simply not worth it.