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Original Visitor's Question from a 13-20 year old Female
Hi, i really like this guy. He's really sweet and fun to be around with. I've known him for 2 years now. The only thing about him that upsets me is that he has diabetees and i dont know if that is going to interfere with the relationship we might have. i mean were like the best of friends right now and i know that for sure that he likes me more than a friend by the way he acts and the things he says to me. But i really dont think that changes anything or does it? Can we still kiss and make out? Can you give me some advice? thank you, it would be very well appreciated. (im very sorry for writing so long..)

User Submitted Advice from a 51-60 year old Female

I agree that a younger partner with diabetes will most likely not present with problems in intimacy. As people age, diabetes can factor in somewhat more. But, with knowledge, consideration for one another, and creative imagination, these issues can be faced and compensated for. All it takes is two people committed to be together and wanting to make each other happy.

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