Diabetes Stress Management Articles

Community Perspective: Diabetes Priorities—Must vs. Should

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

During this week’s community discussion, we were joined by Adam Brown, senior editor at diaTribe, and Kelly Close, the founder of diaTribe, to discuss how to better prioritizing diabetes management.

Type 1 Diabetes and the Pressure to Be Perfect

By Stacey Simms No Comments

Nobody's perfect, especially when it comes to managing diabetes. Learn to understand and cope with pressures you may feel from others—and from yourself.

5 Ways to Fight Diabetes Stress

By Jewels Doskicz, RN No Comments

Jewels Doskicz, RN and type 1 diabetic, recommends five strategies to fight diabetes stress.

How to Pamper Yourself: 9 Fabulous Ideas

By Lana Barhum 1 Comment

Don't forget to make time for yourself.

Chronic Communication at Work: When You Can’t Get Work Done on Time

By Dr GaryCA No Comments

Our in-house therapist Dr. Gary has tips to help you handle days when diabetes makes it hard to do your job.

5 Ways to Be Productive With Chronic Illness

By Lana Barhum No Comments

Learn how to keep a schedule and get things done despite diabetes.

Diabetes Distress: #DCDE Twitter Summary

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

Learn more about how you may be affected by diabetes distress and how to deal with it

Life Transitions and Diabetes: #DCDE Twitter Chat Summary

By Victoria Candland No Comments

Highlights from our June 9, 2015 #DCDE Twitter chat with expert guest Dr. Nicole Bereolos, CDE and T1D. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.

Chronic Communication at Work: Fake Your Way to a Good Day

By Dr. Gary No Comments

Our in-house therapist teaches you how to manage a work day when your diabetes symptoms get in the way.

Make Diabetes Easier: Get Organized!

By Jewels Doskicz, RN No Comments

Discover tips from Susan Weiner, the 2015 Diabetes Educator of the Year, on organizing to simplify your life.

4 Tips to Help You Juggle Parenting and Diabetes Management

By Jeanette Terry No Comments

Being a parent means that diabetes sometimes takes a back seat. Check out these four tips to making diabetes management "automatic."

Learn How to Find a Fulfilling Profession While Managing Diabetes

By Lana Barhum No Comments

Learn how to find a fulfilling profession while managing diabetes.

Employment Barriers for the Chronically Ill

By Lana Barhum No Comments

When you are chronically ill, you often face troubles with employment. Learn more about these and how to overcome them.

Hypnosis, Relaxation, and Meditation for Chronic Pain Management

By Lana Barhum 2 Comments

Stress-relieving practices can help reduce pain symptoms in many chronic diseases, including diabetes.

PTSD and Diabetes in Women

By Diabetic Connect StaffA No Comments

A new study, published in JAMA Psychiatry, has found women who have PTSD symptoms may be more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes.

How to Identify These 2 Common Sleep Problems and Get More Sleep

By Jewels Doskicz, R.N. No Comments

Here are ways that as a person with diabetes, you can identify sleep problems, seek help, and ultimately get more rest. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.