I didn't fear death-by-Low for most of my D-Life... As a child following my diagnosis at age 5, I simply didn't comprehend the danger that existed. My parents did, and have said as much that they feared it constantly, in large part because of my violent seizures that would come in mid-night no matter what they did. And my mom was a Type 1 diagnosed when she was five, so it's not like she didn't know what she was doing. As a teenager, I just didn't care. Within a decade, I'd been hearing about "a cure" for a decade and simply tuned it out. I wanted to be "normal." So, despite my parents best efforts, I rebelled and ran High. So, Lows weren't really an issue most of the time. That lasted for the most part through college. Then, after college, I got my act together and control was tighter. And I got married. And that's when it started mattering and becoming a real fear for me, because I saw firsthand how these Lows could come out of nowhere and not only take me out of commission, but allow me to lose control of myself and potentially hurt others - such as those I love. One was a driving incident. Some others have been at home, and my wife has been injured by my crazy hallucinating hypos where thrashing is common form. Luckily, some paramedics have been responsive and helped bring me back from the brink - at times where my wife couldn't manage to get the glucagon needle into me without taking a fist to the eye. No, it's not my greatest fear. And it's also not my mothers. You want to know what it is? Passing this on to a future generation, is our mutual fear - it's one she had herself that she saw materialize. But it ranks pretty close to 2nd on the list, if not being that second spot on the ladder o fear. And that is something that's always on my mind before driving and going to bed. That's what I fear, as an adult type 1. Maybe down the road, if complications become life-impacting, my fear might move to the High BG side of the coin. But not now. No one else is here to protect me or keep watch over me, because I'm 32 now. My wife does what she can and is a godsend, but I won't burden her with being a parent to me. My parents are in another state. It's up to me. When I fail it could be deadly not only for me but for others. Any piece of technology that helps alleviate that fear is a positive in my book.