My ten year old daughter was diagnosed with type 1 in January. She is on a pump, we both are aware of her ups and downs. I am, however, starting to feel her resistance to the condition sometimes followed by her depressive attitude about the fact that she can't eat what her friends eat, etc. I am trying to manage her sugars as well as I can with frequent testing, corrections and proper diet. We have always eaten healthy, so food was never a problem, until now that is. Today was the first time she lied to me when eating a bunch of gummy bears from the fridge (we usually don't have candies in the house, these belonged to a house guest who is staying with us for the summer). The point is, she lied to me. How can I trust the reason for her freak sugar surges in the future? Can anyone suggest who should I / she talk to about the seriousness of the sitation, if she does not respond to my pleadings about whatching what she eats. I would appreciate any suggestions.