My son has been intermittently high at bedtime snack lately--really high, like in the 300s. But then the next night, he'll be fine. But anyway, the other night he was very high but wanted something out of the Halloween candy bag for a snack. I said he couldn't. Being high, he was already out of sorts, but he started crying and saying again how he hates diabetes and that whoever "invented" diabetes is stupid. He is convinced that the doctors gave him diabetes because he didn't have it before he went to the hospital. He once even asked ME why I wanted him to have diabetes. So, he was crying and I was holding him and crying quietly over his shoulder so he couldn't see me. What do you say to them? How do you make it better? Can you make it better? My heart breaks into a million pieces and then, after he's in bed, I get so mad at this #%*&@#$%$!! disease. I don't want him to grow up bitter and angry, but how could he not??? I am!! How can I make him feel better about something that is so completely unfair??