Hi everyone, I’m new to this chat. I am a 26 year old female with type 1. My question is, have any of you guys been accused of not doing a good job of managing your condition by loved ones, even when you are doing everything you can? I had a low blood sugar episode yesterday morning and immediately my bf started complaining about how I suck at having diabetes and that I need to work harder. Granted, it was a bad low… he had to give me pop etc before I was coherent but the thing is… my insulin sensitivity just changes very rapidly and not for a particular cause. Before going to bed I checked my blood sugar and it was high as in 313. So knowing that I took my night insulin but also two units of my fast insulin to help correct. By the time I went to bed it was not by any means immediately after eating which was strange why it was so high to begin with. Generally speaking, I feel like I was being cheap with just two units. If one unit could potentially bring your levels down by 50 when you have high blood sugar, then two units would only bring it down by 100. So that would be 213 and then with the night insulin helping correct. Somehow I still ended up with a dangerous low and when I tried to explain that for some reason my sensitivity changed, he refused to accept it and just started berating me. In his mind, having good control means never having a low. But after reading some of everyone’s post who have had type one longer then me (I was diagnosed at 20) and are more experienced, I’m guessing this happens to people even if they do all the textbook things. I honestly thought that I was just doing everything wrong when I have a low and he consistently blames me… mind you, this does not happen often by any means. How should I better explain this to him? Has this happened to anyone else?