Diabetes Relationships Articles
I didn't want to be known as the girl with diabetes, but as a successful human being that just so happens to have diabetes and you can too.
Diabetes is overwhelming and showing support can help you and your loved gain acceptance and control over their condition.
How your parents managed their health may impact how you manage yours.
Laughter releases feel-good endorphins that people living with pain really need. Here are nine ways to laugh today.
Balance is everything. Make yourself your number one priority. Each and every day.
Tension breakers like “fuzzy bunnies” are a great way to stop an argument when everything else you say seems to be adding to the conflict.
Diabetic self-care isn't easy. Working with friends, family and your health care team will help you find the control you need.
When friends and family don't understand what it's like to live with diabetes it can be hard.
The conversation between the parent and child about your chronic illness can be tough, let us help.
Strangers get our best manners. Shouldn't our loved ones too?
Silence isn't always golden. See insightful tips that help you get past common communication breakdowns to give or receive understanding and support.
Does diabetes throw a wrench into your sex life? Learn how to have better sex while managing diabetes at Diabetic Connect.
Many people living with diabetes also have other demands on their time and energy including being a parent, caregiver or provider. So where does diabetes management fall on the priority list?
Food is a way of making a connection when the words don’t come so easily. But if your family members know you are diabetic, why are they encouraging — or pushing — you to eat…
Here are five healthy ways you can help your newly-diagnosed spouse accept and work with his or her new reality.
Living with diabetes brings challenges that can leave couples feeling frustrated. Dr. Gary's tips can help you overcome communication breakdowns.