Just a diabetic girl living in a lonely world...
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mrsdevilla:

The worst thing you can do to a person with an invisible illness is make them feel like they need to prove how sick they are.

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when you’re high all day 

diabeticdoings:

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type1diabetesmemes:

Sometimes it can feel like a losing battle! 

type1diabetesmemes:

Sometimes it can feel like a losing battle! 

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Day 306 - “What’s life like being a diabetic?” 

diabetes-365:

Someone asked me what’s it like living with diabetes today, and honestly, when I sat back and thought about it, I was just tired.

Too tired to explain. Too tired to care. Too tired of living it.

Blah. Sometimes your days are just blah. The numbers blend together, the feelings border each other and mean less, and you feel like it’s just been two seconds since you tested, but that was in fact hours ago.

I need to recharge.

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When Someone Says “It’s Just Diabetes”… 

bluexwings:

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Hey, Miss Idaho, Is That An Insulin Pump On Your Bikini? 

wellwhatwereyouexpecting:

This.

type1diabetesmemes:

Um.. I think I know what I’m talking about. 

type1diabetesmemes:

Um.. I think I know what I’m talking about. 

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type1diabetesmemes:

News flash, it’s an autoimmune condition. Eating okra isn’t going to bring my beta cells back to life.

type1diabetesmemes:

News flash, it’s an autoimmune condition. Eating okra isn’t going to bring my beta cells back to life.

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Why is death so easy for diabetics? I literally have something I could end my life with, near me at all times. No having to find pills, or a gun, or a rope. It’s right next to me. No one would know, it could have been a mistake, a “tragic” mistake. Why do we have so much power over our lives? I could decide to die right now if I wanted, and that really scares me.
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  • Mom: Hey honey, try to watch your carb intake we're trying to balance out your basal to bolus ratio.
  • Diabetic: 
  • Diabetic: 
  • Diabetic: 
  • Diabetic: I came out to have a good time and honestly I am feeling so attacked right now.
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HIGH FIVE FOR EACH AND EVERY ONE OF MY FELLOW DIABETICS 

type-onediabetic:

For dealing with all the shit we need to on a daily basis and still remaining (somewhat) sane! 

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