My T1D has always been sensitive, and can become angry at what to us seems like the littlest thing, even years before diagnosis. Usually that has resulted in sulking and or tears. But lately I've been noticing aggression when she is low or high. She will throw things, scream at me, hit at me - all things she never used to do. To some degree in the beginning, we gave her a bit of a pass because we realized that she was low or high and it was going to affect her. However, I don't want to condone that behavior and let her think it is okay to scream and hit because she is low. I also realize that talking to her about her behavior in that moment is quite the mute point. I plan to let her know that just as that kind of behavior is not acceptable at any other time, neither is it acceptable when she is low or high. Is this a common occurrence? If you've dealt with it, what did you do? What might be an appropriate consequence when she chooses to act that way?