Diabetes Emotions Articles
Living with diabetes isn't easy. Neither is living with any of life's problems. If you feel life isn't fair, here's advice that could help you cope.
The challenges of diabetes can spur positive changes in your life. Here's how to change the way you think about diabetes and achieve greater happiness.
Diabetes never takes a holiday, but it doesn't have to dampen your holiday fun. Check out these tips on how to enjoy your time with friends and family.
If you are living with a chronic condition, a bad day can mean not feeling all that great, having to take it easy, maybe canceling some plans.
I have suffered from type 1 diabetes for nearly two decades. But my physical condition is good. My suffering is emotional.
There are a lot of expectations when it comes to good diabetes control. Whatever the expectations, make sure that they are in line with good health decisions for your personal needs.
Dr. Gary answers questions from the Diabetic Connect community: Why can't I change my eating habits even though I know not doing so could result in my untimely death? And: I have a hard time…
The challenges of living with a chronic condition can leave hot buttons ripe for the pushing.
Eight ways you can be happy and hopeful despite living with diabetes.
Managing your diabetes, and perhaps even the diabetes of your child, can be challenging. Learn how to cope with diabetes care challenges at Diabetic Connect.
Stop thinking about your finances? Fat chance of that. But you can do a few things to manage the stress that financial concerns can cause.
Advice from Dr. Gary on what to do when your diabetic self-care feels like too much.
If you’re a patient with diabetes, management of your symptoms might feel like a stressful job — one that you didn’t sign up for. You might be experiencing patient burnout.
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.
Disappointment? Regret? Diabetes can bring up all kinds of thoughts and feelings about what you thought your life would be like.
So, you’ve tried everything but the kitchen sink and you still haven’t found a mindfulness exercise that works for you? Well, maybe it’s time to take a second look at the kitchen sink.