Diabetes Coping Articles
If you’re concerned that chronic illness might prevent you from caring for your children, Dr. Gary has helpful advice.
Health worries are normal—but you don’t have to let them get the best of you. Dr. Gary has helpful advice.
Diabetes brings with it a lot of reasons to worry. But if you can learn to tame those worries you can lead a more productive life.
Learn how the answer can help make your home a place where everyone in the family feels understood, supported, and loved.
Do you remember the date you were first diagnosed with diabetes? Our diabetic online community explains why acknowledging and celebrating your "diaversary" can be a helpful coping strategy.
Dr. Gary has simple advice than can help you lift your spirits every day.
Learn how you can benefit from remembering and reflecting on the anniversary of a diabetes diagnosis.
Dr. Gary explains that there’s a lot you can learn from this natural and normal emotion.
If chronic illness is straining your relationship, learn to recognize the warning signs of abuse and take steps to protect yourself.
Dr. Gary explains how the seasons teach us a lesson that can help you make positive changes in your life.
If you’re struggling to make a healthy change in your life, Dr. Gary’s tips can help.
Learn to become more empowered in your diabetes self-management by asking yourself these questions.
You can limit how much you say about your chronic illness. Dr. Gary explains how to handle this common and sometimes delicate situation.
Feeling anxious is bad enough, but worrying about becoming anxious only makes things worse. Dr. Gary tells how you can avoid this common issue.
Nobody's perfect, especially when it comes to managing diabetes. Learn to understand and cope with pressures you may feel from others—and from yourself.
If health issues are straining your relationship, Dr. Gary’s tips can help bring you and your partner closer together.