Diabetes Emotions Articles
There's no need to dread this yearly ritual. Dr. Gary has tips on how to showcase your strengths and deal with questions about your health.
Choosing to embrace an imperfect life can help you face challenges and lead a happy, meaningful, and fulfilled life.
For our weekly community discussion, Daniele Hargenrader, founder of the website Diabetes Dominator, talked about how you can positively change your relationship with diabetes.
Learn to understand how diabetes can affect self-confidence, and see tips to help you become more confident.
Good communication is about more than words. It's about the way we say them. Dr. Gary has tips to help you improve communication and avoid hurt feelings.
Dr. Gary has tips to stop holiday dread from spoiling the joys of the season.
Dr. Gary shares tips to help you learn to keep things in perspective by looking at the bigger picture.
In this weeks community discussion, we addressed the importance of community advocacy and key actions that need to be taken.
Say "I love me" with these five tips, and live a happier, healthier life.
Dr. Gary explains why we’re vulnerable to the promise of a miracle cure, and how to handle those feelings constructively.
What can you do when you are your own harshest critic? Dr. Gary has tips to help you stop judging yourself too negatively.
Even painful criticism may bring you positive opportunities for growth. Learn how to deal with harsh criticism, and how to find the lessons you can learn.
See tips to help you mingle with your coworkers in ways that safeguard your health and privacy.
Recognizing that you are not alone in your struggles can be one of the most helpful diabetes coping mechanisms. Our weekly Q&A brings together both type 1 and type 2 diabetics to discuss problems and…
When times are tough, three little words can make a big difference in your happiness. Learn seven simple ways to open your heart to life's best possibilities.
What does diabetes acceptance look like to you? Special guest writer Dr. Bev, a clinical psychologist, CDE, and type 1 diabetic, shares her insights.