A young woman approached the table and told the more famous sibling about her health condition.

This former A+ list tweener turned A- list adult singer was out to dinner with his less famous sibling. A young woman approached the table and told the more famous sibling about her health condition. The more famous sibling shares that health condition and spent a good 20 minutes just being a really nice guy as they commiserated over living with the illness for their whole lives before taking a bunch of pictures.

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Kindness

This former A+ list tweener turned A- list adult singer was out to dinner with his less famous sibling.

A young woman approached the table and told the more famous sibling about her health condition. The more famous sibling shares that health condition and spent a good 20 minutes just being a really nice guy as they commiserated over living with the illness for their whole lives before taking a bunch of pictures.

Nick Jonas

Brother: Joe Jonas

Type 1 Pop Star, Nick Jonas Tells His Story

Nick Jonas is a personable boy of fourteen who happens to be a member of the Jonas Brothers Band, a group of three brothers with a devoted following of very passionate young fans. In November 2005, Nick Jonas found out that he had type 1 diabetes.

A month or two before he was diagnosed, he began to notice “the usual symptoms: losing weight, the bad attitude, being thirsty, going to the bathroom all the time.” He lost about fifteen pounds in two to three weeks, and “it was just insane. I had a terrible attitude, which was totally odd for me because I’m actually a nice person. Especially being on the road around people all the time, you have to keep that positive energy going. And it was hard.”

Nick took some time off from the band’s tour to see a doctor, who packed him off to the hospital immediately when she heard his symptoms. His blood sugar was over 700. “For someone who had no bad medical history ever,” he says, “to suddenly have the shock of diabetes was a bit overwhelming in itself, and then I had to learn all about it, learn all these things in such a short period of time. All of it was crazy. I also wondered if I could continue making music…but I had the support of my friends and the band to be there with me. My dad was back at home with my three other brothers, but my mom stayed at the hospital with me every night.” – Source