Diabetes Emotions Articles
Learn how to make sound decisions about alcohol use when you live with diabetes.
Negative advice about the holidays makes us expect the worst and feel stress. Learn to enjoy the season by focusing on what's possible instead of what's not.
When someone who had the same health condition as you dies, it's natural for you to have all kinds of feelings. Here's how to get through them.
Learn how to make your dreams happen despite having diabetes. Read more at Diabetic Connect.
Tips for sizing up advice when well-meaning friends or loved ones try to tell you what to do.
Life-saving help for anyone considering self-harm.
Writing things down can help your mind and body. Dr. Gary offers his tips for keeping up on your health journal, and how it can help you.
Insights and tips to help you find your way to greater peace of mind at the end of life’s journey.
Diabetics are at a greater risk of developing depression than the general population. Understanding how depression affects diabetes management is important.
As diabetics, we need our loved ones to be compassionate, supportive, and understanding.
Learn how to talk with your partner and family members about sensitive subjects instead of avoiding them.
Helen, Carl and Michael are three amazing individuals who share what they have learned about taking care of themselves and managing their chronic illnesses.
Avoiding bad news about your health won’t make it go away. Here’s how to replace fear with facts.
Tips to help you know what to do when your feelings spin out of control and your doctor isn’t helping.
See tips on how to find the right person for a satisfying relationship - and be happy with yourself until you do.
If something unexpected leaves you unsure what to do next, Dr. Gary has 6 tips that can help.