toxicreaction:

Dealing with, and possible future fears of being a diabetic (in this case type 1), self portrait. I fear of losing limbs even though my A1Cs are fine, I feel like a robot half of the time, something to be maintained and regulated constantly or i don’t function properly, yet still human and easily capable of bruises and scars of the injections and the pain or numbing sensation I may or may not feel. I constantly keep supplies on me in case of emergency. I check my eyes as often as possible to make sure nothing starts to occur there. I am not a robot, but i don’t feel naturally human. I don’t take oil, i take insulin.

toxicreaction:

Dealing with, and possible future fears of being a diabetic (in this case type 1), self portrait. I fear of losing limbs even though my A1Cs are fine, I feel like a robot half of the time, something to be maintained and regulated constantly or i don’t function properly, yet still human and easily capable of bruises and scars of the injections and the pain or numbing sensation I may or may not feel. I constantly keep supplies on me in case of emergency. I check my eyes as often as possible to make sure nothing starts to occur there. I am not a robot, but i don’t feel naturally human. I don’t take oil, i take insulin.

repressedgenius:

You have no idea.

repressedgenius:

You have no idea.

I’m doing an experiment

smeagol-meagle:

Reblog if you can explain the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

naturallysweett1d:

The best feeling is slowly coming back to life after recovering from a low. You go from being a zombie to an actual person again.

monkeyspazz:

Woahhh

monkeyspazz:

Woahhh

when someone makes a joke about one of ur insecurities