Diabetes Relationships Articles
Angry words only lead to more angry words. But confronting a family member doesn't have to lead to conflict. Here’s a better way.
Just as you would for anyone else in your life, you can give your diabetic loved ones anything that you think they would enjoy.
Check out these wonderful diabetic-friendly holiday present ideas.
Sending your type 1 diabetic child off to school can be difficult. Keep these three tips in mind to help make the transition from summer to fall easier.
How to get the support you need so you can live a happy life while managing diabetes. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Learn the ins and outs of a Twitter chat so you can participate in Diabetic Connect Twitter chats every Tuesday. Read more here.
Join the Nov. 11th Diabetic Connect Twitter chat about emotions and relationships featuring Dr. Gary McClain. Read more about it here.
Overcome the effects of negative people. Learn how to work with negativity and even turn it around.
How you can maintain good communication and relieve tension in your relationship even while your loved one is chronically ill.
Tips on how you can let family and friends help you stay healthy and happy as you manage your diabetes.
Expectations of family bliss can be tested to their very core when chronic illness is stirred into the pot.
When you have diabetes, social events can be challenging. Dr. Gary's tips can help you enjoy socializing without all the stress.
It’s easy to hide diabetes. A person living with diabetes looks just like any other healthy person at first glance.
There are many things a chronically ill person wants their loved ones to know but are hesitant to share.
People who live with pain do best when loved ones express concern for their hurting and offer support that is genuinely needed.
Sometimes it's hard to know what to say. Here's how to use simple gestures to show the people you care about how you feel.