Diabetes Coping Articles
Your holiday-related questions, answered by the experts.
Nick Masercola was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in his early teens, after his family decided it was time to see a doctor when, as he says, he “couldn’t go half an hour without peeing…
Living Vertical is a nonprofit organization geared toward empowering Type 1 Diabetics through rock climbing and the adventure lifestyle.
Starting off with the right approach is really important for two reasons.
If you think about diabetes control as a lifelong struggle stretched out ahead of you, it’s easy to feel defeated before you even start.
Diabetes does not have to ruin your life. You will be OK.
One of the biggest issues about wearing a small machine attached to your body is, of course, intimacy.
Once an area reserved for older men who had diabetes for years, sexual problems with diabetes have “come out of the closet” of late.
If you’re in the dating phase, it’s important to set the right tone on the way you want your diabetes to be handled. Learn how to do this at Diabetic Connect.
With sex and diabetes, it's important to communicate with your partner. Learn how to communicate about sex and diabetes at Diabetic Connect.
No matter how independent you are about managing your diabetes, when it comes to intimacy, there’s going to be someone else involved!
As we struggle to offset stress and stay motivated, there’s no underestimating the value of community support.
An interview with superstar singer Nick Jonas by Diabetic Connect's Amy Tenderich.
I’ll let you in on a little secret: the hardest part of having diabetes is psychological.
Stress and depression are extremely common during the holiday season.
During the busy holiday season, travel can be especially hectic, so it’s even more important to think ahead.