Discussion in 'Kids' started by nikkimoreton, Oct 10, 2010.
how do u stop parents nagging us about everything.
Ha ha! You can't LOL (Yes I'm a Mum!) I am looking forward to seeing your posts Nikkie - Have fun! () Liz
how do you get parents to trust u and let u get on with it so they can let us go
Is this a trick question? (The correct answer is - drum roll - be responsible till they can see that you deserve your freedom!)
PS - No - I am not your mum sneakily checking up on you! LOL
PPS I am sure your mum adores you and wants to make sure you are safe when she does let you go.
I'm in year 8 and i need my freedom
I feel your pain my trick is to do what relaxs my mum [play with her hair] then ask for something when she is relaxed. 9/10 this works and is usally how my hair is a different colour by morning. Experement a bit find what relaxs your mum then use her to find what relaxs your dad.
To be entirely honest, I usually don't stop her from nagging me. I have sort of learned to appreciate it. Between her, my "check bg" reminders, and "missed bolus?" alerts, I have managed to stay fairly even in terms of blood sugars. She's a part of my daily D management.
do u never get annoyed
I do sometimes get annoyed, but that's usually only when I have an extremely high BG and she's reminding me to check etc. I'm always extraordinarily irritable when I'm high, anyway, though.
I get annoyed at her for other things, but 99% of them are not D related.
As you demonstrate responsibility and independence, she'll probably stop nagging you some. She probably won't stop nagging you until you've shown that you'll do things right without her input.
Nagging parents aren't all bad, though. Sometimes they're pretty helpful.
yeh ok but i've had since august 2006 i sometimes want to give up......
I've only had it since July '07, and sometimes I feel like that too. I just try to remember that things always seem to be a lot more difficult when I'm not trying as hard as I could and my BGs are running high all the time, compared to when I'm trying my best. It is hard, though.
hey don't worry ive had D since 2000 and my mum didnt let me go till a couple of years ago. like some people have said they're not all bad i mean my mum still asks me every now and then how its all going and that now helps me try to keep my figures good (although thats a little more difficult than it sounds). you basically need to just remember that your parents never stop loving you and that they're not asking you all the time because they want to be a nagg but because they want to keep you healthy. mabyr if you try using their 'nagging' as a insentive to do better at it and mabye youll get your freedom fairly soon after you can show you can keep track of yourself. hope this is of some help.
i've been diabetic for 4 years . it's sometimes hard to cope. but i'm begining to get back on my feet my bg's have benn exellent the passt week over the hols . thank god i feel so much better (and different) happier more active ect.....
hey good job keep up the hard work.
i broke my leg
i broke my leg
LOL i dont think u can! LOL! btw welcome to the website!
OMG U BROKE UR LEG! OMG R U OK? HOW?
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