Diabetes Relationships Articles
This week's Twitter chat focuses on involving your family in your diabetes management.
During this week’s Q&A we welcomed special guest Katie Hathaway, vice president of legal advocacy at the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
Need help with your New Year's resolutions? Get some ideas on ways to take control of your life from our patient advocate Lana Barhum.
Nobody's perfect. Learn how you can prevent annoying little quirks in your loved ones from getting your goat.
Special guest Deborah Greenwood discusses "the e-patient."
Lana Barhum provides five tips to help you keep up with your social life despite diabetes.
Support is the glue that holds people together during even the toughest times.
Learn why splitting the work 50-50 doesn’t work in a relationship—and what to do instead.
How to be a great parent while managing diabetes and not over-extending yourself. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Those interested in becoming a diabetes caregiver should take note of these essential tips.
Here are ways to respond to constant questions about diabetes.
See tips that can help your children understand and cope when your diabetes disrupts family routines.
Domestic abuse puts prolonged stress on the body, which can lead to all sorts of chronic diseases including diabetes.
Life is better when you understand that it's not always about you. See tips to help you avoid hurt feelings from wrongly interpreting the actions of others.
From skeptics to know-it-alls to helpers, here are the people you face as a diabetic and how to deal with them.
Diabetes can affect all stages of life, from infancy to end-of-life. Learn about helpful resources that can provide guidance as you face important transitions.