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Help with the Hard Stuff: Workbooks for Teens with Type I Diabetes and Their Parents

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Help With the Hard Stuff is a workbook designed for teens diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and their parents. Living with Type 1 diabetes is difficult enough for adults, but for teenagers it adds to the already increased stress of social pressures, self-awareness, and responsibility. This workbook can help the whole family better understand basic diabetes information and imp ...more
Spiral-bound, 174 pages
Published November 15th 2010 by Health Press (NM)
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Jennifer Wardrip
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HELP WITH THE HARD STUFF is a fantastic workbook about handling life as a Type 1 Diabetic teen or as the parent of one. The guide includes information concerning management of the disease for both teens and parents, as well as quizzes before each chapter to test prior knowledge.

This book is divided into two sections, one for the parents and one for the teens.

This is the perfect must-have handbook for both teens living with this disease and their pare
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Lauren Woodward Tolle, Ph.D. received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2010. She has a Master's Degree in Applied Health Psychology from Northern Arizona University and has published in the areas of stress and chronic disease in adolescence. Lauren is interested in empirically-supported interventions aimed at improving family functioning and treatme ...more
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