To me diabetes is like having blue eyes and (mostly) brown hair, it just what I got dealt. I don’t get angry at D per se, but I do get frustrated when things don’t work “right”. I test and I’m at 300 when it shouldn’t be, those are the ones that frustrate me. I’ll say a few choice words and then fix it.
For me, anyway, I find it dangerous to personify it. If I do that then I might start wanting to get “even” with that SOB, oh say, by not taking my insulin, not checking my sugars, trying to ignore it. There are times when I have just been in “cruise control” mode, doing everything I was supposed to, but not actively managing the condition. It had become habit and that was when I’d have the high A1c, the high morning numbers etc.
As has been said, it’s all day, every day and so are my devilish good looks…