Diabetes Coping Articles
Dr. Gary has tips to help you make an informed decision about taking mental health medicine.
You didn’t choose to have a chronic condition—but you can choose to not let it make you feel like a victim. Dr. Gary explains.
Dr. Gary explains how to help your loved ones avoid burnout as they take care of you.
The silent treatment doesn’t solve anything. Dr. Gary explains how to strengthen your relationship instead.
The diabetes online community (DOC) has a strong presence on Twitter. It’s a great way to connect in real time with people who really get what you’re going through, and there’s always more to discover.
Knowing the difference between these words can open the door to better self-care. Dr. Gary explains.
Hiding your health problems from your kids doesn’t work. Dr. Gary explains why—and what to do instead.
Dr. Gary tells how to tame your take-charge instinct when it goes too far.
Dr. Gary tells how to meet the demands of your hectic life and have enough “me time” too.
Dr. Gary tells how to put sensible limits on sensitive topics.
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Living with a chronic condition can add unique challenges to your job. See Dr. Gary’s expert advice on 10 common situations you may face in the workplace.
Here are Dr. Gary’s helpful insights about 10 common emotional challenges you and your loved ones may face.
Need to discuss a sensitive subject? Dr. Gary tells how to avoid the trap of thinking you know what your partner will say.
Chronic Communication at Home: Are You and Your Partner Spending Too Much Time With Only Each Other?By
Isolation can creep up on couples. Here’s why you should invite more people into your life—and how to get started.
A great community to become a part of is the diabetes online community, a group of people on Twitter who use #doc to connect with each other.