Taking the Blame and Shame Out of Complications

Noted T1D blogger Renza Scibilia and Twitter's Chris Aldred ("The Grumpy Pumper") talk about blaming and shaming when it comes to complications.

Are depression and diabetes related?

Research shows that if you have diabetes, your risk of developing depression more than doubles. In fact, some studies show, that it could be as high as four times more likely.

How to Feel Empowered with Type 2 Diabetes

Feeling down about diabetes? We have three ways to help you boost empowerment while living with Type 2 diabetes.

Connecting Mental Health and Physical Health to Diabetes

Mental health as a big part of Type 2 diabetes management. Is it an under-discussed topic? Read Alexis Elliot's thought about this important topic in Diabetes Education.

How Diabetes Impacts Your Mental Health

Diabetes can affect various parts of your life that impact your mental health. Our article goes into the aspects of living with diabetes does that.

Reducing Diabetes Distress Tips: Everyday Self-Care Acts 

When people have better blood glucose control, they feel better physically because they are experiencing fewer highs and lows or actually able to get it into target range. Read some fantastic tips in this piece.

Coping with Diabetes Complications

You're not alone! Work on feeling better physically and emotionally. Here's some advice and strategies for your encounter with complications.

The Wake-Up Call I Gave Myself

Melissa lived for years relying on medication, but she realized that she needed to take her management into her own hands to be truly healthy and happy.

Language Matters

Diabetogenic blog creator Renza Scibilia writes about the power of language and why it matters so much, especially in the diabetes space.