Sunday, August 30, 2015

Relationships

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Having diabetes can impact your relationships with your friends and family, and it's important to keep some basic principles in mind. Being supportive, loving and patient can go a long way in strengthening your bonds, and helping to manage diabetes.

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My wife Kelsey and I were friends for several months before we started dating.  Kelsey has always been very open about her diabetes, so I learned about her disease early in our friendship.  Initially, she had to explain to me the difference between type 1 and type 2.  I didn't know there were different types of diabetes!  My brother had…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Embrace Diabetes Support Groups for a… I quite agree. A negative group is worse than no group at all. While few…

04/02/11

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Ann Bartlett, Health Guide, answered is it safe to have sex after i take my… It depends on your blood sugar level.  If your talking about taking…

03/11/11

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Shelly Young, LPC, Health Guide, posted Keeping a Clear Mind During Diabetes… All of us look after our bodies. We take our morning shower, wash our hands…

10/12/10

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Jackie Smith, Health Guide, posted Type 2 Diabetes and Failed Relationships   I am no longer coupled. After 15 years and countless issues, the one issue…

06/18/10

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