My husband was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in November 2006. He has since been diagnosed with high blood pressure and high cholestrol contributed to the diabetes. He is on 2 types of insulin and meds for the other two problems. He is depressed and has decided that he needs to make major life changes to make himself feel better. 3 days ago he walked out on a 17 year marriage and 2 children. When he left he said that as a non diabetic I will never understand his new life. He has even stopped spending time with his old friends and seeks out diabetics to associate with. He has always been so healthy and now he's not. I don't know what to do. Anyone else have a similar problem and any advice?
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