Support

emotional support

A diagnosis of diabetes presents many emotional challenges, both for the person with diabetes and for their families and friends. We encourage you to use the information, resources and member support in this community to help you and your loved one maintain emotional well-being.

Although diabetes may eventually or already does fit naturally into your lifestyle, you may sometimes require support and help to get there. Your healthcare team and your family can help as can members here in our community. Please reach out for support. We are here to learn together and support each other.

Support Articles

EXPERTS ANSWER COVID-19 QUESTIONS: Risks, Complications & Stress

In this first of a four-part series, nurse and Certified Diabetes Educator, Gail MacNeil, discusses the risks, complications and stresses associated with COVID-19 with endocrinologist, Dr. Alanna Weisman, and psychiatrist, Dr. Barry Simon. Here are their insights.

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Coping strategies for trying times

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Much of the coverage of COVID-19 has been focused upon our physical health. But what about our psychological health? Times like these make those of us who are already anxious, even more anxious. We worry about our own health and the health of our loved ones as well as our job stability, food insecurity and the economy. It can be overwhelming.

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Living Well with Diabetes

Healthy eating, management, exercise, medication and other diabetes information.