Living with diabetes can be stressful. For some, the stress goes beyond everyday concern and leads to a condition known as diabetes distress.
Do you ever worry that your family member or friend with diabetes is becoming withdrawn and may be lacking social contact? Loneliness and depression are two of the challenges for many individuals with diabetes
People with type 2 diabetes write back to their younger selves, to share personal insights and reflect on their experience of living with diabetes and starting on insulin therapy. In this post, Bernard reflects on living with diabetes.
Self-managing your diabetes, whether you have type 1, or type 2 or gestational diabetes can be very challenging and empowering at the same time.
From the day an individual is diagnosed with diabetes – whether Type 1, Type 2 or Gestational Diabetes – the support from friends and family can be very powerful and can help with adjusting to the day-to-day management of diabetes.
Transitioning a son or daughter into an adult diabetic program from a pediatric family-child-centred diabetic program can be very emotionally upsetting for parents and the caregivers of these 18 year olds with diabetes.