Diabetes: Caring for Your Emotions as Well as Your Health

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DIABETES

Caring for Your Emotions as well as Your Health

REVISED EDITION

JERRY EDELWICH, L.C.S.W.

ARCHIE BRODSKY

FOREWORD BY
RONALD A. ARKY, M.D.

A Merloyd Lawrence Book

PERSEUS BOOKS
Reading, Massachusetts

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  • Diabetes - Caring for Your Emotions as Well as Your Health *
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction - The Human Side of Diabetes i
  • 1 - First Reactions 15
  • 2 - What is Diabetes? 33
  • 3 - Shared Concerns 45
  • 4 - Stages of Adaptation 69
  • 5 - The Choices — and the Stakes 93
  • 6 - Doctors and Nurses 123
  • 7 - Diabetes and the Family 149
  • 8 - For Parents 169
  • 9 - Sex, Sexuality, and Pregnancy 189
  • 10 - Work and Play 203
  • 11 - Technology and Its Limits 223
  • 12 - Support Groups 235
  • Glossary 245
  • References 253
  • Suggested Reading 281
  • Useful Resources 291
  • Index 305
  • About the Authors 317
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