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I NEVER share food logs especially when it comes to diabetes. Food becomes the enemy when it is picked apart by someone with no knowledge of T1D. If the ENTIRE team has to do it, then sure, I would go along with it. Otherwise no! If he really needs to see something I would provide carb amounts. Realistically though, he is not an endo and has no business trying to help "control" blood sugar in a hormonal teen girl. It's the case of "A little bit of knowledge could be dangerous in the wrong hands". My response would be simply "Thank you for your concern but T1d is very individual for each child so that is why we work closely with our Dr and at this time he/she is pleased with how we are managing the blood sugar numbers." BLAH! UGH.....I have other words but I would not say them.
My response would be hell no... no matter what Rylee thought. I stand firm on coaches, teachers, etc. playing their own role in the care of Rylee. Let him in this one time and he won't understand his role to me. I wouldn't want him trying to tell me how to manage my kid's T1. I've found that coaches who want to be involved too much have no clue what they are talking about. I'm very opinionated when it comes to this since Rylee has been very active in sports since dx.
Quote from: andrea on August 04, 2015, 08:00:03 PMI think he should stay in his lane...soccer coach...but I could just be over reacting...That's my reaction too.
I think he should stay in his lane...soccer coach...but I could just be over reacting...
Isn't this where Southerners say, Bless his heart? Well us Northeners say, Go F yourself and your 5 effing classes. Good job mama,great job team. Everyone drink up and rest, we'll be back in action tomorrow lololol.