DENIAL:
I have had type 1 diabetes for eight years now. I still don’t feel like its a part of my life. I hate it, but I deal with it. It’s almost like ive always just told myself “no, it can’t be me that has this disease.” it’s just always seemed like one thing after another with me. I feel like around every five or so years something happens to me that I have to take on a new responsibility or challenge. That’s perfectly fine with me because I know God is bigger and better than these things and He knows I can handle these obstacles. I love myself I just have my days I wish I could be someone else. It’s really a stupid thought, but I think we all wish we could be someone else for a little while. But diabetes has really gotten the best of me these past few years. I only pray that everyday it gets a little better and I can conquer this disease. Just a normal thought in my life. I’m going to keep praying and take it day by day.

DENIAL:
I have had type 1 diabetes for eight years now. I still don’t feel like its a part of my life. I hate it, but I deal with it. It’s almost like ive always just told myself “no, it can’t be me that has this disease.” it’s just always seemed like one thing after another with me. I feel like around every five or so years something happens to me that I have to take on a new responsibility or challenge. That’s perfectly fine with me because I know God is bigger and better than these things and He knows I can handle these obstacles. I love myself I just have my days I wish I could be someone else. It’s really a stupid thought, but I think we all wish we could be someone else for a little while. But diabetes has really gotten the best of me these past few years. I only pray that everyday it gets a little better and I can conquer this disease. Just a normal thought in my life. I’m going to keep praying and take it day by day.