Hi! First, I have to say that this forum and all his members had been a great help and support. So thank you all! Now, my new concern!. My son is 2.5 years old, dx 5 months ago. His mother has T1 since she was 10. We have already used to the new routines and we have manage my son T1 well. The moment of the dx was a catastrophe, like for everyone here, we were devastated. I think we have recovered well, but as you know, diabetes always hit again when you think you can go on. So we have our ups and downs as a family. But, for my wife is been harder. Because she thinks that our son will have feelings of resentment toward her when he grows up. I know that there are families here in the same situation (parent and child with T1), and I was wondering if her fears could became true. Does the child begins to feel that it is his parent fault? Or is it the other way around? does he feels more understood by his parent with T1? We have talk a lot about it, and I always tell her that she will be an example. She was the first on his class in school, she graduated with honors (gold medal) from the university and made a good carrer and then created his own business after became a mother. And now she have two beautiful sons (we have a little girl of 6 months) and a great husband :glee:. So for me is a great example, but she can not get those thoughts out of her head. How was your experience? Thanks!