So I've posted on here a while back and got some amazing advice on things to do to help, several of which I've been working on to help things.
I guess with this post I wanted to ask what everyone has done when dealing with others around them who don't have diabetes and who don't understand, or did understand but are feeling weary at having to deal with someone who has it.
I've had several lows, too many, lately, and my place of employment asked that I go see a doctor and get a note saying that I'm still fit to do my responsibilities. I did that.
This morning, there was a misunderstanding and I thought I left a message with my boss that I'd be out sick. He didn't get it, though, because he got a new phone.
He came to my house check on me because they're never sure if I've gone low again, or if I've had another episode.
It's pretty embarrassing because I feel like I'm at fault for putting them in this spot.
Then yesterday, my roommate, who's moving out, said the landlord wanted to talk to me and said there have been several complaints by my neighbors that the ambulance has been here several times recently and they didn't like that..or something....
He wants to talk to me and apparently doesn't want me renting here anymore.
I feel like all this stuff is crumbling around me and my diabetes has a lot to do with it.
How have you handled dealing with people during your trying times? I kind of just want to ball up into a corner and not come out ever again.
I just made an appointment to see the diabetes educator again...I missed the last 2 appointments, once because I went low and woke up late, the other because I couldn't find the building.
I need help, but I'm afraid it might be too late and that people are losing patience in me.