Diabetes Emotions Articles
New research suggests depression in diabetics may be linked to insulin resistance
Want to take better control of your diabetes? Being proactive empowers you to do it. These tips can help.
Depression is a very real part of many diabetic's lives. Recognizing the symptoms and knowing how to respond to them is important.
Ever wish you could trade places with people who don't have diabetes? Here's what to do when you feel like everyone around you has a better life.
It's only human to worry. But you don't have to let your worries get the best of you. Here are simple, practical tips that can help tame your worried thoughts.
Learn how to decide whether to take medicine to help you with your emotions as you cope with diabetes.
Diabetes symptoms can impact many parts of your life, including intimacy.
We all have plenty of reasons to feel anxious sometimes. Learn how to put anxiety in its place – and maybe even benefit from it.
Learn about how to successfully move through the challenges of diabetes at Diabetic Connect.
The words we use can make or break our ability to cope with life. See tips to shift your thinking from what seems difficult to what's possible.
Learn how to prevent stress on the job from threatening your physical health and happiness.
A chronic illness such as diabetes can affect intimacy. But opening up about concerns can strengthen your relationship. Here's how to begin.
The how-tos of being continually happy while living with diabetes. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
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.