Hoping for suggestions. My 3-year-old has lately been refusing to eat his food after we have given insulin, which is a fairly new occurrence. If our son requested the food specifically but won't eat it, my husband says our son will have to get a glucagon shot to counteract the insulin. My husband's logic is that if we let him say no to meal food and then feed him sweets, then we are training him to not eat healthy food just so that he can get sweets. A few times our son has even had a hypoglycemic episode because my husband refused to offer fast-acting carbs but our son resisted the shot until it was too late to prevent a low. My son is on a pump so shots are relatively rare. I'm troubled by the punitive tenor of these exchanges, worried it's dangerous, and fear this will lead to issues down the line with our son resenting diabetes care. Our son is also overweight so force-feeding him this way seems like it could lead to disordered eating. I'd like to bolus for at least part of the food after he eats, and reserve glucagon for illness or times when our son explicitly rejects eating anything else, even fast-acting carbs. I try not to contradict my husband or micromanage his diabetes management decisions because we want to project a united front on parenting decisions, but this has really got me worried. We are pretty evenly split on how often we are doing his diabetes care, so even if I don't resort to glucagon, my husband is using this threat a few times a week. He goes through with it about once every two weeks. Do people think my concern is worth worrying over, or is this normal? And if it is concerning, how would you go about changing opinions? Are there other strategies that could help prevent this situation from coming up?