Some people call it “diabetes burnout,” others call it “diabetes distress.” Whatever you call it, you’ve probably felt overwhelmed, frustrated, or anxious about diabetes-related tasks at some point. This article from the magazine archives, written by a clinical psychologist and professor, offers eight pieces of advice on how to deal actively with feelings of distress and depression that can be brought on by diabetes and the challenge of managing it.
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And remember that articles on a wide variety of diabetes topics are always available in our magazine archives section!
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