By now, you have spent a lot of time with many professionals specialized in diabetes care and teaching. But there is one group of professionals you haven't met yet, and that is the people just like you who have been living with diabetes in their families for a number of years. No one knows better than parents how it feels, and what works and what doesn't in coping with the stresses of diabetes.
Here are some real-life experiences and stories from families who have been where you are today and survived!
Clare Pattison, November 1994
- Initial Feelings
- Now That Time Has Passed
- Diet Management
- Being Flexible, Being Human
- Family Matters
- Working as a Team
- Dealing with Reactions
- Looking to the Future
- Six Secrets of Succesful Parenting
- Getting the Hang of It
Contents used by permission. Original conversion to HTML by Ian Preece
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