That night as bad as it was did so much good for my life. It has made me a much happier and better person. Leanne has had so much to do with that as well, things did not magically change after the doctor left that night. It took a good six months for me to realize that I had a second chance at life. In those six months if Leanne had left I would not have blamed her, I was a horrible person and she did not deserve any of it.
Being told you should be dead and having a wife that should have left you does wonders for ones life. It has been a very rocky road but I wouldn't change a thing. Without all that has happened I would not be doing what I am doing for diabetes today. As I have been speaking publicly about my diabetes journey all to often I am approached by people that are living the same life that I had lived. That needs to change, I do all that I can so people don't have to experience what I experienced. It doesn't matter what your problems are in life if you ask for help people will help you. I did not ask for help when I was in college and it almost cost me my life. Don't be as dumb as me, admit that you need help, you don't have to live the life that I have lived.