Diabetes Emotions Articles

How to Stop Holiday Dread from Spoiling the Season

By Dr GaryCA 1 Comment

Dr. Gary has tips to stop holiday dread from spoiling the joys of the season.

Twenty Years From Now, What Will Be Important?

By Dr GaryCA 1 Comment

Dr. Gary shares tips to help you learn to keep things in perspective by looking at the bigger picture.

Community Perspective: Using the Diabetes Online Community for Positive Change

By Danielle Cronquist 1 Comment

In this weeks community discussion, we addressed the importance of community advocacy and key actions that need to be taken.

5 Ways To Show Yourself Some Love

By Jewels Doskicz, RN No Comments

Say "I love me" with these five tips, and live a happier, healthier life.

Miracle Cures: What Keeps Us Hoping?

By Dr GaryCA 1 Comment

Dr. Gary explains why we’re vulnerable to the promise of a miracle cure, and how to handle those feelings constructively.

How to Curb the Urge to Judge Yourself

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

What can you do when you are your own harshest critic? Dr. Gary has tips to help you stop judging yourself too negatively.

10 Tips to Deal With Criticism

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

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.

Chronic Communication at Work: Resisting Pressure to Socialize

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

See tips to help you mingle with your coworkers in ways that safeguard your health and privacy.

Community Perspective: Diabetes Acceptance

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

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…

Open Your Heart!

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

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.

Combining a Spiritual Approach with Cognitive Behavior Therapy

By Beverly S. Adler, PhD, Clinical Psychologist and Certified Diabetes Educator No Comments

What does diabetes acceptance look like to you? Special guest writer Dr. Bev, a clinical psychologist, CDE, and type 1 diabetic, shares her insights.

Mean Thoughts? Here’s What You Can Do.

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

Everyone has occasional mean thoughts. It’s what you do with them that matters. Dr. Gary has six great tips to put mean thoughts in their place.

7 Ways to Be Good to Yourself

By Lana Barhum No Comments

Learn what steps you can take to stay healthy and happy while living with diabetes.

Community Perspective: Hope for Improved Diabetes Care

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

Encouragement to stay positive with a diabetes diagnosis and focus on progress towards improved care from our September 8 user QandA.

7 Realities for People With Chronic Illness

By Lana Barhum No Comments

Lana Barhum talks about the seven realities people with chronic illnesses, including diabetes, face as they live their lives.

Tough Love: The Upside and the Downside

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

Learn to recognize when stern talk helps you, and when it doesn't.