Calling all children and adolescents: The holiday season often increases the level of stress in people's lives. Sometimes the stress is around dealing with different family members. Sometimes the stress is around traveling and sleeping in a hotel or in someone else's home. Sometimes the stress is around feeling good about your diabetes management strategies. Sometimes the stress is around handling all of the advice other people give you about your diabetes.
Join us for a discussion about different ways to manage the stress you may face around the holiday season. Learn new ways of looking at the things you do have control over and the things you do not have control over. Learn about the different ways you may choose to react to these different stresses.
Last Updated: Thursday August 29, 2002 21:04:28
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