Background is that my son was diagnosed in 1/12, so we are only 3 months into this. He is 12 years old and feels like his life has drastically changed. My husband and I are trying to raise him so that he sees that, yes, he has some additional challenges, but in life we all have challenges, this is just his particular challenge. Logging has been a HUGE issue, so I bought a Telcare monitor that automatically uploads his BG to an online spreadhseet for me and I can access his numbers immediately from my phone. A few times, when we have been discussing his numbers while at school, I have caught that the number he tells me is different from the number on the computer. I chalked it up to faulty memory and went on. But yesterday his school nurse called me to say that my son had lied to her and told her his number was 128 when in fact it was 228. We both suspect it is because he did not want to take his correction shot, he still hates the shots. But the fact is, he lied. I asked her to have him call me at lunch and he couldn't give me a reason why...so I took his xbox away for a few days for lieing and told him he would have to work on earning trust back with both the nurse and his father and I. Today, the nurse calls me to tell me that the principal came and talked to her yesterday and said that he our son throw out his lunch and go buy an ice cream bar...I am sure that was why his number was high. The nurse is telling me this is normal rebellious behavior for a newly diagnosed kiddo his age...but I am just saddened and at a loss. Ideas and advice welcomed. Is this normal?