I have almost effectively "forgotten" that I have diabetes. I am taking my medicine; but I have not been taking my BS levels at all, and I think some of this is an underlying attitude of "if I ignore it it will go away". While I consciously know this is (obviously) a lie, my child side is kicking and screaming about it all. I need some advice on getting back on track and fast. I am actually afraid to take my BS levels now for fear of what it will say. I haven't gained any new weight though. This is good as I was 50 pounds overweight and am down to losing the last ten. I guess you could say I am depressed, but it is more of a flippant angry attitude than anything else.
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