Upcoming Interview on Addressing Shame and Blame in Diabetes

If you have Type 2 diabetes and have been living with feelings of guilt, then you’ll want to tune in to an upcoming live interview with Susan Guzman, PhD, entitled “Type 2 Diabetes: Addressing Shame and Blame.”

Dr. Guzman is a clinical psychologist specializing in diabetes and co-founder of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute, a non-profit organization “devoted to the emotional and behavioral aspects of living with diabetes.”

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The online event, hosted by the community TuDiabetes, will be taking place from 1 PM to 2 PM Eastern Time on October 7, 2015. Learn more about it on the TuDiabetes website and join in the event here.

This blog entry was written by Web Editor Diane Fennell.

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  • Kate Oneal

    Yes shame and blame is that anything like shock and awe it is because that’s what want to do everything my doctor stares at me and announces that I m not doing everything I should be doing. You know I’ve gone thru lung cancer 8 months of chemo of coarse that was after they took my right lung 1 year later ithey found a tumour wrapped around my lower spine that nearly crippled me a year after that had a heart attack so they gave me lipitor 6 months later I was diagnosed with wait diabetes and it turns out after daig. With diabetes I don’t know how to eat or what to eat or when to eat hell I don’t even know what’s nutritious you know I weighed in at 165 when I was diagnosed with diabetes. @ 54 years old