Dating someone with type 1 diabetes


13-Mar-2020 19:54

Dennis enjoyed his time with Susan, and wanted to see if they could have a future together.

As a person with diabetes, Susan will need someone who is capable of supporting her because she may need assistance with some things related to her diagnosis from time to time.

Though it may be harder to avoid snacks that people who live right in the house with you bring in than it is to avoid that annoying co-worker that keeps putting a Krispy Kreme on your desk, it can still be done.

Sometimes family can be the worst, but take heart, you too can muster up the will power to let your husband or wife know that you don’t want that Little Debbie cake they keep shoving in your face.

While the helicopter boyfriend or girlfriend hovers and becomes overbearing, the Hands-Off Harry or Hillary seems to be pretending that it’s business as usual.

This type of mate seems to be under the impression that their loved one doesn’t have diabetes. They may not understand the severe consequences that uncontrolled diabetes can have.

With approximately 60 percent of all marriages ending in divorce, does diabetes stack the deck against you in a committed, long-term relationship?