Diabetes Coping Articles
The majority of those living with diabetes would much rather loved ones ask and learn more about the disease.
There are people in your life who are going to have some extra concern about how well you are taking care of yourself. The problem is, they may also feel they have a right…
Research has shown that diabetics may be at a greater risk for depression. Depression is treatable. Don’t go through this alone!
If you are experiencing diabetic burnout, chances are you are also experiencing some strong emotions. Here's how talking could help.
Learn how to beat burnout with these tips.
Living with diabetes presents a lot of challenges. And so does talking about it. Uncomfortable emotions may come up. Long avoided decisions may have to be made. Somebody might be left feeling helpless.
Taking the best possible care of your own health starts with creating a healthy environment.
It's easy to focus on the negative. So, how about creating some light on the horizon? Here’s a mindfulness technique to bring some light into your life.
The road can be lonely for those who are living with diabetes. Learn how to cope and make connections at Diabetic Connect.
Disappointment? Regret? Diabetes can bring up all kinds of thoughts and feelings about what you thought your life would be like.
High blood sugars can lead to stress and feed a vicious cycle in a person with diabetes. Practicing ways to reduce your level of stress will help.
Learn how to talk to your children about your diabetes using these tips from Dr. Gary, clinical psychologist.
Where do you want to go in life? Here's how to get there, one small step at a time.
Self-evaluation can be a good thing. But it can slip and slide into self-criticism. You have a choice.
One way to communicate more clearly is by using the paraphrase technique.
A therapist explains how to use music to relax.