My bf has type 1 diabetes. We havent been dating long, but i am completely crazy about him. I want to be as supportive of him as i possibly can, but i dont know much about it from a personal standpoint. i can read all of the medical journals in the world and STILL have no clue how to react when hes sick, tired, or just generally not feeling like himself. I want to be able to offer him the encouragement he needs to take better care of himself without coming off overbaring or mother like. No grown man appreciate being told what to do, esp. by someone who isnt going through what he is. I want to show him im there for him every step of the way even though we live far apart and prepare myself for being a constant and consistant support if our relationship makes it to the next level, and farther.
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