About Me: Female, 26, High Ridge, MO, member since Sep 2011
I am young, have an open mind, but a very reasonable outlook on life. I love life (used to be a hater) but I'm glad certain things have changed to make my life feel more important. First thing to learn in life (in my perspective) is that before you try to love/respect o
[More]thers, you have to do so for yourself. You are #1 in your life, so make it worth it.
"Tobacco smoking ............ >> 443,000
Drug induced1 ................>> 38,371
Alcohol induced..................>> 23,199
Cannabis (Marijuana) >>>>>>> 0 <<<<<<<<<<< (including diabetics).
I am a type 1 diabetic since I was 11..."
"I actually just ran upon this and quite enjoyed these responses(especially syd420). I too have diabetes Mellitus (i am 20 now and got it when I was 11). I do produce SOME insulin, so perhaps it just depends on each individual diabetic. W..."
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