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Diabetes

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Posted by: coenrad | 2006/11/08

Q.

very aggressive and bully

Why is diabetics' so aggressive and abusive to his family , the family needs support more than the daibetic needs it

Expert's Reply

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Diabetes expert

Coenrad, I agree with you, diabetes is a treatable medical condition and is no excuse for someone to be abusive to his family. His behaviour might be an indication that he has not come to accept the fact that he is a diabetic and may be the manifestations of underlying anxiety, frustration and even depression - the opinion of a clinical psycologist might be helpful

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Posted by: coenrad | 2006/11/17

Thank you for the explination, I noticed and observed what you said that exeptance could be the major factor why this person are so aggresive, when he is not in the aggresive mood he is the most wonderfull there is,non consequinec things minnor incidents it look like he is building himself to a hight and then all hell breaks loose.
His childern are so scarred of him any how I do suport the family during this time.

just a thought to all ther diabetics we support you and understand your frustration but you should also be considered and bring your side to make things acceptable to all
thank you

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