Diabetes Emotions Articles
This week's Twitter focuses on "psychoglycemia," a term that Dr. Beverly S. Adler came up with to describe when high or low blood sugars make you irrational or irritable.
Dr. Gary tells what to do if you're treated like you can't pull your own weight.
Clinical psychologist and CDE Dr. Bev explains "psychoglycemia."
Does diabetes sometimes make it hard to appear as normal as you'd like? If this leaves you feeling exposed and self-conscious, Dr. Gary's tips can help.
Speaking up about a medical mistake doesn't have to be difficult. Dr. Gary has tips to help you know what to say and how to say it.
Self-evaluation isn’t always the easiest thing to do. For our weekly Q&A, using the hashtag #DCDE, we aimed to identify some of the best practices of self-evaluation and discussed how looking inward can lead to…
Dr. Gary has proven tips to help you learn how to look out for yourself and become your own best advocate as you deal with diabetes.
There is a lot more to diabetes than just a malfunctioning pancreas. With diabetes, you run the risk of developing complications in what seems like almost every part of the body.
Learn why we develop bad habits and why they seem so hard to change ... then see proven tips that can help you banish your bad habits for good.
THE BETES Organization is working to collect stories and experiences from people with diabetes to share with others.
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.