Diabetes Coping Articles
Dr. Gary names seven ways to choose friends who see beyond your chronic condition and treat you as an equal.
Different kinds of anxiety may be helpful or harmful. Learn how to tell them apart.
Our friends and loved ones can give us essential kinds of support that we can’t find anywhere else.
Once I was able to accept the reality of my situation, it because easier to live a happy and fulfilled life and not sweat the small stuff.
Dr. Gary names nine simple skills that will help you manage your chronic health condition.
Anxiety is common among people with diabetes. Stress can disturb blood glucose control because the body’s release of stress hormones also produces extra glucose.
Dr. Gary names six simple ways to take better care of the person who’s taking care of you.
Dr. Gary names nine ways to look out for yourself when life at the office gets difficult.
If getting the best care requires seeing several doctors, Dr. Gary can help you handle it.
Feeling unappreciated? Dr. Gary's tips can help you get the recognition you deserve.
When problems pile up, Dr. Gary shows you how to dig yourself out.
Post-traumatic stress disorder can strike people who have chronic health conditions. Dr. Gary explains why and offers reassuring advice.
If fear of anxiety leads to more anxiety, Dr. Gary has nine simple ways to break the cycle.
If you or your partner has a hard time expressing feelings, Dr. Gary's tips can help.
Dr. Gary explains how putting sensible limits on your commitments can help protect your health.
Dr. Gary tells how to use mealtime to enhance togetherness and support between you and your loved ones.