Diabetes Emotions Articles
Dr. Gary explains how to avoid stressing out when progress doesn’t come as quickly as you’d like.
Dr. Gary McClain, therapist, author, and chronic illness patient advocate, joined this week’s Community Perspective to explain that it’s okay to feel your positive and negative emotions.
There are better things to do with your anxiety than wish it would disappear. Dr. Gary's tips teach you how to put it to good use.
Dr. Gary's tips can help you find a new physician you'll be happy with.
Good things happen when your head and your heart learn to work together. Dr. Gary shows you how to get the best from both.
Diabetes burnout is real and can really get in the way of your diabetes management. During this week’s community Q&A, we discussed how to find diabetes management motivation. Kelly Close, editor-in-chief and founder at
Sometimes good chemistry with your physician can interfere with your care. Dr. Gary tells how to have a doctor-patient relationship that helps you stay healthy.
Dr. Gary explains how how to recognize your breakthroughs—and work toward new ones.
Dr. Gary discusses the pressure to be positive.
Don’t let your feelings lead to actions you’ll later regret. Dr. Gary's tips can help you avoid this common trap.
Dr. Gary has tips to help you make peace with difficult feelings that may come with your diagnosis.
Getting where you want to be in life starts with feeling better about where you are. Dr. Gary's tips can help you do both.
Talking about diabetes isn’t always easy, but hiding your condition can make matters worse and leave you feeling alone. In this week’s Twitter chat, we explored strategies for talking to others about the disease, as…
Don’t be surprised if things changed while you were away from your job. Dr. Gary has tips to smooth your return.
Tired of nagging, begging, or scolding your partner to keep up with self-care? Chances are they're tired of hearing it too. Dr. Gary has a better way.
Here is how you redefine ordinary when life requires you to prepare for a potential new normal.