The imperative need for behavioral agreement to overcome barriers of self-management of diabetes foot complication was recently articulated. A few journals have done parallel publications, which thereby stresses the significance of the issue. This article is to add to the “Overcoming barriers to self-management: the person-centred diabetes foot behavioural agreement”. It presents experiential note with four tabulated cases of clients who have access to free state-of-the-art medical service; and non-adherence as a barrier to self-management is not due to affordances. It is to draw attention to the deliberately non-adherent patients where behavioral agreement process should be really driven by the client as in the real context of person-centered therapy.