Looking through the discussions and blogs posted on this website, I see many different things going on. There are people who are newly diagnosed looking for peers who may help them; peers who understand them. There are people asking for advice on some issues regarding managing Diabetes and such. Then, there are some who are posting just for the sake of posting something (which is nothing wrong). However, there are a lot of people that talks about things that annoy some of us as Diabetics and things that sometimes ANGER us as Diabetics.
Now we all understand what we all are going through despite our "not personally knowing each other" condition. One thing that unites us all is that we are all Diabetics. We understand each other so well when it come to issues such as of those who say they understand us but they really don't. Am I right ?
You may be asking now where I'm trying to get to with this blog.
Well, I would like to create this blog for all of you to answer only one question.
Is your cup half empty ? or Is your cup half full ?
If you don't see any point in this blog, then please don`t bother leaving a comment. I want us to see the positive side of being a Diabetic. Yes, our condition sucks. But we all have to live with it. HOWEVER, living with it doesn't mean to stop doing the things that you love to do. It simply means to manage our health properly. Keep our sugars within range and eat the proper foods. I know it is hard at first, but in every and any situation, starting is the hardest to do. It is like writing an essay. The "hard" part in writing an essay is getting your ideas together. Choosing your points and your proofs. Brainstorming. It's the same idea in life. It's always a struggle to start a habit, but like they say, after 21 days, the habit stays within you and from then on, that habit is a piece of cake.
So here in this blog, I would like you to respond with a positive mind. Look at how beautiful the grass is rather than the brown ugly empty spot. I am not a good writer as some or all of you may have noticed. But again,
IS YOUR CUP HALF EMPTY OR HALF FULL ?