Being a person with both autism and diabetes has its ups and downs. I do the best I can to sail through the waters smoothly.  I am a good person, a human being just like everyone else, not a hopeless case.  I am determined to overcome the obstacles of my conditions. I can do anything!

Those of you who deal with both conditions, a diagnosis is not the end of the world. You can still lead a normal life just like everyone else. Don’t let anyone or anything get in the way of success in whatever you do. Don’t worry about what other people say or think. People who discriminate or underestimate you are wrong. They’re not in your shoes.

Diabetes is a life and death disease. Don’t be scared if something happens like a low or high reading or something else. No need to panic or stress over it. Zeus can hold his lightning bolts. Don’t be afraid to speak up. Overanalyzing situations wastes time. Fear is the worst enemy. Autism causes stress, but that causes hyperglycemia. In a stressful situation, use a positive technique: stop and think or some other coping techniques. Take care of your diabetes properly. Do not do anything that will endanger or jeopardize your health. Improper healthcare equals death.

The keys to a successful life are bravery, confidence, and faith.

Be a warrior!

9 thoughts on “Being Both Autistic and Diabetic

  1. I admire your courage and determination. I have a lot of respect for people like you who don’t complain and fight their way through life. Respect
    Peace and serenity
    I am bipolar 2 with affective disorder as well as an anxiety disorder.


  2. True! We need to fight with all obstacles to live life peacefully. We need to be a warrior, being a coward is not an option! Keep fighting without thinking what other think.


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