Unfortunately real life is not like that, as much as I would like to believe that I am I'm not in control. When faced with a blood sugar I have to understand my surroundings, be it at work, on a romantic getaway with Kate or when I'm with the kids. I have to make sure I know what I'm doing and how an out of range blood sugar can effect my emotions.
It is all about balance and not trying to be a low blood sugar super hero. I try to be that super hero to much, I have been known to say "I'm at 65 I can do that and I will be fine" while at work. As time has gone on my coworkers have learned and know when I can or can't do something. In turn that has taught me how to take that much needed timeout so that I can return to work without any problems. Much like life managing a low blood sugar is about knowing what is important and knowing what your limits are.