It's normal to be Pissed off, overwhelmed, sad, angry, depressed, frustrated. It's NOT YOUR FAULT, you didn't to anything wrong to create this. Your immune system has been reprogrammed and it's attacking your beta cells (the cells that make insulin). There isn't any way at this point the scientifc world to stop it.
You can live a normal life with injecting yourself 4 times a day. It's not easy to have diabetes but you can do it. LIVE YOUR LIFE with diabetes. Don't let Diabetes rule your life.
1) First thing, I would do it find an endocrinologist that manages diabetes. Most primary care doctors don't have clue with managing Type 1 diabetes.
2) Contact a Diabetes Educator ASAP- mydiabeteseducator.org (this will help you find one in your area)
The local American Diabetes Association and/or JDRF chapter can help tremdously with local support groups.
3) if you have health insurance contact them regarding your DME benefits. Durable Medical Equipment benefits. This can be very helpful getting your testing supplies, syrings/pen needles and in the future insulin pump coverage.
4) Get a good book on Type 1 Diabetes- www.diabetesnet.com is a good place to get books from. You can also look on Amazon.com in the used book section for Type 1 Diabetes books- cheaply.
I"m not newly diagnosed Type 1, but working on it for the last 25 years. So far no complications. (knock on wood)
You can do it, don't let diabetes take over, be in control