It has been a little over a year since my son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. That day lives on in my head everyday. I feel so overwhelmed. My son's diabetes is very well taken care of and his ac1 is excellent, however I want to break down sometimes. But isnt that selfish of me? I mean he is the one with the disease. He goes through all the obstacles. And here I am talking about being overwhelmed and ready to break down. I do tho, thats how I feel. I question all the time why this happened to him. WHy out=r family. I dont know how to make myself just stop feeling the way I do. I do basically everything myself cause family and friends are scared to handle him with his diabetes. My there lack of involvement, they have no idea what Im going throuhg. Ugh can anyone help with any advice. SHould I just suck it up or is it at least ok for me to feel this way?
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