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Diabetes Burnout: What to Do When You Can't Take It Anymore

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Living with diabetes is hard. It's easy to get discouraged, frustrated, and burned out. Here's an author that understands the emotional rollercoaster and gives you the tools you need to keep from being overwhelmed, addressing such issues as dealing with friends and family, and how you can better handle the stress for better health. Written with compassion and a sprinkle of ...more
Paperback, 360 pages
Published December 1st 1999 by American Diabetes Association (first published November 1st 1999)
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If you had to read only one book about Diabetes THIS is the book! Extremely insightful for any Diabetics who are feeling overwhelmed or frustrated with the many different aspects that they are faced with. Down to earth. Real - not preachy. Even people not faced with Diabetes will walk away after reading it having learned something.
May 19, 2012 Stuart rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Diabetics with experience having trouble coping with things
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Good information on how to overcome difficulties in sticking to healthy living patterns which will help avoid serious complications later in the progression of this disease.
Not my preferred style of book. I don't like reading all about other people's problems with the disease. Not sure the book answers the burn-out question. If I am burned-out on the disease, I am not going to readily answer worksheet questions found in the book.
Mason Kirksey
I started reading this book when I was severely struggling with diabetes-induced depression. There were several takeaways that helped, but the most beneficial part of the book for me was the chapter on the link between depression and Type 1 Diabetes.
This was ok but I had hoped it was going to help me with a specific issue. It talked around the issue but didn't give any practical advice on how to deal with it which was disappointing.
Anyone who wants to know what day-to-day life with diabetes can be like should read this book.
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