toughin up

I know its not the end of the world and could be worse. I keep trying to minimize it in hopes it wont bother me , but it really does. I failed my 2nd gestational diabetes test. I am super healthy and active so I felt it wouldn’t happen to me. I was so wrong. I’m learning it really has nothing to do with that at all. This whole pregnancy has been crazy and different then with Alpha. I wont even hug my husband because I’m trying to be tough and act like it doesn’t bother me that much, but it does. If I hug him I will probably cry and well crying wont change it. The bright side is I can walk in other people’s shoes and learn from it. Maybe even help more people with Diabetes since I will have a better grasp on that subject. kinda ashamed it runs in my family heavy and I only know a little about it. I wish I could figure out why I am so frustrated and disappointed in the fact that I have it. I really need to toughin up and stop letting it bother me.

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  1. You have not control over the fact that you have gestational diabetes. So don’t be so hard on yourself. You CAN control what you do with it. Let yourself cry. Hug your husband. Crying is good for you! Then after a good cry move forward. Own it. The idea of learning from it and helping others who have it is brilliant. Stepping outside of ourselves and sharing our knowledge is so therapeutic. Peace and love to you. 🙂

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