Do you experience diabetes stress?
Not long ago, I felt this way too. I'm Dr. Jen Nash, a Clinical Psychologist who has had type 1 diabetes for 22 years.
Over the years I experienced a range of emotions associated with living with diabetes—stress, frustration, depression, denial, worry about long term complications, fear of hypoglycaemia, shame and fear about being different, embarrassment and many others....
Each of these emotions negatively impacted on my ability to care for my diabetes. But what I didn't know then is that each of these emotions can be managed using some simple and highly effective psychological techniques...and you'll be relieved to hear that you don't need to train to be a psychologist to learn them!
All the information you need is right here...so begin living a more positive diabetes life...starting today!
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