Not only that, but you know that they are ALL actually out there looking for someone.That means you don’t have to run the risk of approaching someone who’s already taken and get rejected.
According to, diabetes.org, "23.6 million children and adults in the United States-7.8% of the population-have diabetes." These statistics only go to show that diabetes is a health issue that is not going away, that it can strike at any time, to any age group, any gender, and any race.
Although the above statistics are generated from the United States, there are millions more people worldwide who live with the daily self-control, medication and diet to keep their diabetes controlled; people just like you.
However, for a parent of a child with juvenile diabetes, it does not matter which type their child has, only that he or she must learn to eat and live differently in order to save their own life.
As a parent of a child struggling to understand their diabetes and the limitations it inflicts on them, such as being unable to share a piece of birthday cake with their best friend at school, it is only natural that you would feel somewhat overwhelmed.
It is also clear that many more children are being diagnosed with juvenile diabetes every day.
Although a huge part of the problem is childhood obesity, as is the case with type 2 diabetes, there is a whole world of children who fall under the different category of insulin dependent diabetes, or type 1.
Are you going to drop another hundred bucks the next weekend?
Or perhaps you’ll just go out to a bar or a club another night and buy a bunch of overpriced ten-dollar drinks.
Jody Allen Founder/Chief Content Editor Jody is the founder and essence of Stay at Home Mum.