I've been lucky for the past couple of years because I've been using a needle-free injection which basically blasts the insulin through the skin.
For me this has been better than having a needle injection.
I hardly feel anything when it's happening, just a slight sensation.
Sometimes I have off-days when I wonder why it's me that has diabetes.
But I have lots of good friends and I'm able to talk about it with them.
People think with diabetes you're not able to do lots of things.
But this is not true. I'm very active.
I love dancing, skating, horse riding. I study at a school of arts where I get to sing and appear in shows.
I've also been on national radio talking about diabetes, I think it's a good thing to tell people that it's not so bad having diabetes."
Hannah-Marie, 12, Essex
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