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Mental Health from 2009

  1. My daughter often complains about feeling like her blood sugar is high or low when it's not. She doesn't think it's associated with depression. What can we do about this? (19 Dec 2009)
  2. I have type 2, am very distressed and discouraged. I am a burden to my parents. Here in India, I can't get married when I become of age. How can I manage my life with diabetes? (16 Nov 2009)
  3. My 22-year-old son was just diagnosed. He is depressed and doesn't want to seek medical help. What can I do to help him? What kinds of foods can he have? (18 Oct 2009)
  4. Our teen daughter took an overdose of insulin two days ago and just doesn't want to take care of her diabetes. Is such behavior typical of most teens? (22 May 2009)

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