Behavior from 2011
- Do you have any suggestions for discipline when dealing with highs? (28 Dec 2011)
- My son has been lying about his blood sugars, not checking, not bolusing properly, etc. What should I do to get him back on track? (20 Dec 2011)
- Six years after diagnosis, my teen daughter refuses to discuss her diabetes. She's had poor control for the last two years. How can she be persuaded to accept help? (27 Sep 2011)
- Since her diagnosis with type 1, my young daughter has been whiny, less cooperative and defiant at school. Can out of range blood sugars affect behavior? (30 Aug 2011)
- Is it common for someone to take a nap after experiencing hypoglycemia? During the nap, the blood sugar is in the normal range. (16 Aug 2011)
- Sometimes my boyfriend curses and yells if I wake him during the night. Later, he apologizes. He thinks his actions are related to his blood sugars. What could be going on? (14 Aug 2011)
- My daughter's A1c has gone up since pumping. What can I do to lower it? My daughter had a seizure-like reaction with a normal blood sugar. How can we avoid such episodes? (7 Apr 2011)
- A school assessment said there was no correlation between our daughter's glucose levels and behavior, but we don't really agree. What is your opinion? (25 Jan 2011)
- I'm looking for some criteria on encouragement for my college student who is sick of having diabetes. (14 Jan 2011)
- Recently, my son's s behavior becomes highly disruptive mid to late morning at preschool. Is it possible this is because his blood sugar is dropping precipitously? (11 Jan 2011)
- My son's behavior is out of control. He lies about his blood sugars and the presence of ketones. Do I seek psychological help? I just don't know what to do any more. (7 Jan 2011)
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