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Behavior from 1998

  1. My son was diagnosed with type one diabetes at 18 months. He is now 2 1/2 years. My question is about separation anxiety. (20 Dec 1998)
  2. I'm contacting you regarding an 11 year old girl who has diabetes. She has problems with peers and temper tantrums. (11 Dec 1998)
  3. I am 27 and have had Type 1 for 15 years. I have also had anorexia nervosa for almost as long. (3 Dec 1998)
  4. I am working with a recently diagnosed nine-year-old boy. He came to me because he was having nightmares. (2 Dec 1998)
  5. He hasn't been keeping track of anything, used to rely on his meter but doesn't use it that often anymore either. (25 Nov 1998)
  6. I am writing in regards to my sister-in-law. We have been unable to get her to realize the seriousness of the situation. (14 Nov 1998)
  7. I am very concerned about my nephew. He does not appear to care about his health and I don't think my sister sees the problem. (10 Nov 1998)
  8. I got diabetes at the age of 11. I'm now 15. How can I stop myself from eating what all my other friends are eating? (29 Oct 1998)
  9. I have a daughter who is 12 years old. How can I convince her to take her diabetes more seriously? (28 Oct 1998)
  10. Is a dramatic weight loss 25-30 pounds a common diabetic symptom? (26 Oct 1998)
  11. My son is six. His behavior has been very upsetting to the whole family. (25 Oct 1998)
  12. My 2 year old son was diagnosed 6 months ago. Up until a few weeks before his diagnosis he was a very easy-going child. (19 Oct 1998)
  13. My granddaughter was diagnosed with Type 1 last week. She began darting her eyes up and sideways while in the hospital. (19 Oct 1998)
  14. I have two children with diabetes aged 8 and 9. They don't want to have anything to do with taking over some of the care. (18 Oct 1998)
  15. Our son is 9. Our trouble with him lately is that he is sneaking food and lying. (9 Sep 1998)
  16. Is there any connection between untreated diabetes and impaired mental functioning? (2 Sep 1998)
  17. Could you please provide our family with a list of boarding schools for children with diabetes? (15 Aug 1998)
  18. My niece is rebelling against everything, including taking insulin. (7 Aug 1998)
  19. My boyfriend is 20, and has mild diabetes. He doesn't monitor his sugar levels properly, and they can get quite high. (25 Jul 1998)
  20. Are there therapists that deal with children with diabetes? (23 Jul 1998)
  21. I've been diagnosed with anorexia and bulimia. I was wondering if chronic eating disorders can cause diabetes. (4 Jul 1998)
  22. My son is 15 and has had Type 1 for 5 years. Lately, he has become increasingly resistant to testing and taking shots regularly. (28 Jun 1998)
  23. My goddaughter is almost 21. Has been hospitalized with ketones more than once. Eats sweets galore. Hides wrappers. What should we do? (24 Jun 1998)
  24. Our son said that he would rather be dead than be diabetic. (19 Jun 1998)
  25. My friend is a diabetic. He has quit taking his insulin shots and has started drinking. (31 May 1998)
  26. My daughter was diagnosed eight months ago. Around holidays and special activities she becomes very upset. (12 May 1998)
  27. Could high blood sugar levels over a long period of time produce the bipolar effects? (8 May 1998)
  28. My 9 year old daughter was diagnosed almost two years ago. Basically our problem is her not eating. (4 May 1998)
  29. I am a therapist counseling a couple. He uses his disease as an excuse to lash out at his family. (4 May 1998)
  30. My 14 year old son was diagnosed last week. I'm waiting for him to start to 'grieve' for his former life. (2 May 1998)
  31. I have a friend whose daughter was diagnosed with diabetes 3 years ago. We are truly worried about her. (26 Apr 1998)
  32. Is diabetes enough to keep a 14 year old out of school, and how bad can it be if one forgets to take insulin? (24 Apr 1998)
  33. Can fluctuations in insulin levels cause mood swings? (16 Apr 1998)
  34. My 14 year old daughter has been regurgitating her food and performing self-mutilation. (15 Apr 1998)
  35. I am a 16 year old female diabetic who has developed the eating disorder where insulin shots are omitted or reduced to lose weight. (15 Apr 1998)
  36. My son says he is "cursed" with diabetes and he has nothing to live for. (5 Apr 1998)
  37. My 13 year old son was diagnosed two years ago. He seems to be depressed. Is this normal? (1 Apr 1998)
  38. My friend has been neglecting her schedule. She asked me today to keep reminding/bugging her. (22 Mar 1998)
  39. I am a school nurse. We have a 12 year old diabetic. I think she is manipulating her blood sugar. (17 Mar 1998)
  40. My son is now approaching 19. He was diagnosed at age 5. His health is now deteriorating. (2 Mar 1998)
  41. I have an 8 1/2 year old son who was diagnosed at 3 1/2. He lies, trades food, sneaks food, etc. (28 Feb 1998)
  42. Our daughter was diagnosed 7 months ago. Since then she seems to be using the disease as an excuse for not doing well in school. (15 Feb 98)
  43. Can I drink?. I am 14 and I know it is not legal but everyone does and I really want to. I plan on drinking about 5 to 7 beers. (10 Jan 98)

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