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Saturday, April 28, 2012

I am having so much trouble controlling my blood sugar these days. It has affected me to the point that I have quit my job.
I haven't quit on me though, cause I can do this and control my diabetes. Today I start on a healthier me and will get my Diabetes A1c to 8.0 or less.
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  • _KATHY
    Really truly try to focus on one meal at a time and try to concentrate on your emotions and why you are eating what you eat. Even if it doesn't change how or what you eat right now, being aware is a big step in that direction. I hope you can resolve or come to terms with your emotions. I know what deep emotional trauma you endure so I pray that you find some peace because without peace, we all swim up stream.
    2180 days ago
    Please make sure you are checking in with your doctor, and being honest with them. Your health is super important! You can do it, it will not be easy, but we know you can :)
    2181 days ago
    2183 days ago
    Nobody can be tough for us.

    Nothing worth having is easy.

    I'm sorry you're having a difficult time. I'm sure it's no fun at all. Please take care of yourself. You're worth it.

    2183 days ago
    Take care of your self and do your best Thats all you can do ! I got on this healthy life style change because i was worryed that might be the next health problem! I have family members with it ! Ill pray your sugar level stabilyzes! Blessings and hugs to you, BONNIE emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2183 days ago
    I'm newly on this diabetes journey and have learned so much in the last few weeks about lowering/managing blood sugar. I'm curious what things you are doing to lower/regulate your sugars? If you share, perhaps I can add some of the recent research I've found to your plan?

    :: sending hugs and strength :: wacky bloodsugar feels icky :(
    2183 days ago
  • BOVEY63
    Prayers that you can get you diabetes under control.
    2184 days ago
    I wish you luck with this, but the reality is that quitting your job may be the fix you need. I don't know what you do for a living but I worked night shift in a job I loved. I had to go out on disability for another reason, but after I quit working my A1c dropped to 6.8 and has been there ever since. In my case I think it was just the physical stress of working a 13 hour night shift for so many years.
    Take this time to help yourself get to a healthier place in your life. You certainly have the right attitude! Good luck to you!!!
    2184 days ago
    about your health and your job. I struggle with mine sometimes, too.
    Keep taking care of YOU!
    2184 days ago
    I'm so sorry. I hope you figure out how to get it under control. emoticon
    2184 days ago
    It is always tough to give up or lose a job, especially in this economy; but if the job was causing you a lot of stress that might have been contributing to your high blood sugar. If that was the case, perhaps it will turn out to be a good thing for your health.
    God bless,

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    2184 days ago
    I feel for you. I have also been desperately trying to lower my a1c, it is so hard sometimes. I had a blood sugar reading of 406 today... not good! It's too bad that it ended up affecting your employment. I'm so sorry, but I'm also happy to hear that you are not giving up! You and I can both get this under control!
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    2185 days ago
    I am sorry to hear you had to quit your job due to illness. Hopefully you will get your sugar under control and find a much better job!
    2185 days ago
    Awww I'm so sorry to hear that your having so much trouble with your sugar ..... I hope you can get on the right track and start feeling better. Maybe you needed to quit working for a while to concentrate on you, glad you have a positive attitude about not quitting on you!!!!
    2185 days ago
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