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Many young people go to the psychologist
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Many young people go to the psychologist

September 7th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Young people with diabetes should find recognition that there may be things they are not powers that their peers might well be, says diabetes psychologist Anne Hvarregaard Moses. By Helen H. Heidemann, a journalist in Diabetes
Exhausted and stressed? – You are not alone
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Exhausted and stressed? – You are not alone

September 7th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Powers you do the job, you are tired and sad feel that you bargain, you may make better together? Then you are not alone. Diabetes Association’s advisers are talking with many in the same situation. By Mette Volander,
Do you have diabetes-stress?
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Do you have diabetes-stress?

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
You don’t have to be stressed or depressed that you have diabetes-stress. Concerns about diabetes may take up so much that you have a poor quality of life and perhaps a poorly controlled diabetes. Try to find your own way
Mental challenges and diabetes 1
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Mental challenges and diabetes 1

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
You do not need to be stressed or have a depression of having diabetes-stress.You have diabetes-stress when you, for example, feel that your diabetes takes far too much energy. When you think diabetes control your life and you
Diabetes & Your Emotions
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Diabetes & Your Emotions

August 5th, 2015 | by Canadian Association
When you are first diagnosed with diabetes, you will likely feel a wide range of emotions, such as shock, anger, sadness and fear. It is normal to feel this way and to go through several emotional stages as you come to grips with
Diabetes and Emotions
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Diabetes and Emotions

July 22nd, 2015 | by Great Britain Association
For anyone with diabetes, experiencing negative emotions such as anger, frustration, hopelessness, fear, guilt and shame is very common. According to NICE (NICE, 2005) when a person is first diagnosed with diabetes, they will