Diabetes is a result of malfunctioning of pancreas in which it does not produce enough insulin or the body has problem in using insulin. There are two main types of diabetes, Type I and Type II diabetes. Type II diabetes is more frequently reported than type I diabetes. When the phenomenon was explored in Pakistan it was found that diagnosis of Type II diabetes brings a number of emotional upheavals like denial, worry and anxiety, anger, frustration etc. Type II diabetic patients also face other complications like heart, kidney and eye problems. Along with these problems their family and social life also become affected. Diabetes not only affects the diabetic person but also the life of their caregivers. Caregivers experience sadness, tensions, anger, pains, fatigue, mental exhaustion etc. Like diabetic patients, caregiver’s life also gets affected because of their caregiving responsibilities.