Hi everyone, For a while our seven-year-old DD was going low at lunch, so we started adjusting basal rates and ratios with good luck for a few days then back to going low. We finally figured out, after heavy questioning, that our DD wasn't eating all of her lunch. She is a very picky eater. It did get much better after DX but still tricky. We talked to her about the importance of eating and how serious it was if she didn't eat. That same weekend her friend slept over and told us her mom has type 2 and her grandfather had type 1 but died from going low. I thought we might have gotten through to her because our daughter looked scared. (That was not a planned conversation, this girl decided this is what she would tell us.) We had two good weeks then yesterday DD had a low again. When I say low, I mean 39. I didn't handle the situation well at all. I yelled at her out of frustration (please no judgments). I realize this is about control and not the food but it still needs to stop. She is going low at recess (which is after lunch) and has to leave the playground to go to the health room. I have tried including her in the lunch-making process. Talking to her only helps for a short time. I spoke to the nurse yesterday. She wants DD sitting near the teacher at lunch. Right now the teachers eat together at a different table. Her concern was getting DD's "non-compliance" under control. For some reason that wording struck a nerve. I am going to call the endo's office today to get some help. I am also going to talk to a friend of mine who is a social worker. Has anyone had a similar experience? If so, how did this get handled?