Dating diabetic man

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I am also a coeliac which means I have a gluten intollerance so it can complicate things.

I love to keep fit and do lots of exercise and I like to eat healthy, I don't drink or smoke either. I love motorsport, F1, playing football and basketball and I also attend a boxing training class.

I have type 1 diabetes and even though I have it and know the ins and outs of it, ...

I was actually surprised that the men I dated didn't mind I was diabetic. would you ever consider dating or marrying someone with diabetes?

This behavior was unpredictable to me, and as he is a very big guy and I am not very big at all, I said I had to go to the resttoom and left.

I went down to the front desk and told them I was scared, my siutation, what he called me and that he was a diabetic.

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You’ve thought of everything—except how to divulge your diabetes.

I believe that being open and honest initially about topics that affect you is key to any relationship, and diabetes is no exception. I liked Chris's method of teaching me his processes for maintaining his diabetes.I have had dates that were very understanding when I do not eat dessert or drink that alcoholic drink or they see my Med bracelet.Then I have had a couple who told me they couldn't handle the possible eye sight loss or other problems. Read on for tips that’ll help you transition from “Nice to meet you” to “I have diabetes.” Be honest.Chris has been very honest about his food, exercise, and lifestyle needs to remain healthy.

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