My 10-year-old daughter has been having such a hard time with her sugars lately. She is using a lot more insulin than she used to, and at the same time her sugars are a lot higher. It seems like almost every night after supper, they rise into the 300+range, no matter what we do, and then I spend half the night trying to get them back down again! Also, she has a ton of scar tissue on her tummy, but she cries whenever we have to change the site, and says it hurts a lot, and whenever I put it in her arm or leg, she says it hurts even more, and then it always seems to come out by itself in about half a day. She won't even consider her rear end. She also is having an issue, I think, with snacking when we're not looking and then not bolusing. Between these three issues, I am kind of at my wit's end here. She has had diabetes since she was 4, and we all know (including her) how to count carbs, and bolus, etc. I don't really know why she doesn't want to do it. Sometimes she cries just because I have to give her a bolus. She says it hurts when the insulin goes in. She actually prefers shots, but we're afraid that will be totally inconvenient for school. And everyone always says the pump gives such better control. She's been on the pump since she was 7. Better control with the pump is definitely not our consistent experience though. Do you think she's just burnt out? What can we do?