Diabetes Relationships Articles
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.
The majority of those living with diabetes would much rather loved ones ask and learn more about the disease.
There are people in your life who are going to have some extra concern about how well you are taking care of yourself. The problem is, they may also feel they have a right…
Living with diabetes presents a lot of challenges. And so does talking about it. Uncomfortable emotions may come up. Long avoided decisions may have to be made. Somebody might be left feeling helpless.
The road can be lonely for those who are living with diabetes. Learn how to cope and make connections at Diabetic Connect.
Learn how to talk to your children about your diabetes using these tips from Dr. Gary, clinical psychologist.
One way to communicate more clearly is by using the paraphrase technique.
Learn how to deal with the anger you feel to move forward and better your relationships.
How are you and your partner feeling about your treatment?
Here are Dr. Gary's tips for handling family troubles.
Shake up your family routine to find peace in your home.
Being conscious of life’s daily pleasures—even when you have to give yourself a push to be conscious of them—can take you a long way toward feeling happier.
Learn how to handle a change in the household chore routine because of chronic illness.