By Robin Fein Wright, L.C.S.W. Managing our minds and moods with diabetes can feel like walking a tightrope. We know it’s important to make healthy decisions but that can turn into perfectionism and then feeling like a failure when we deviate from the plan. We feel guilty and blame ourselves if we make poor food […]

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There are times when the challenges of having diabetes can seem “unmanageable and never-ending”– the key is what do you do at those moments? It turns out that there are several strategies that can really help with this feeling of being overwhelmed. In fact, that’s what this wonderful article from Diabetes Self-Management talks in-depth about– […]

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One of the best things that a person with type 2 diabetes can do is take a diabetes education class—either through a doctor’s office or a local hospital. Certified diabetes educators run the classes and they’re real experts on diabetes, providing you with the information that will really help you feel much more secure about […]

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Scientists have begun studying areas where people live the longest and have the lowest rates of chronic disease– and what they’re learning is really intriguing.  These “blue zones” have some interesting things in common: “The cornerstone of every longevity diet is the humble bean.”  Beans were the only food that successfully and consistently predicted a […]

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