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Behavior from 1997

  1. I am the leader of a Youth/Parent Support Group. One of our members has a problem with her son. (22 Nov 97)
  2. I'm a psychotherapist treating a 14 year old. He says he doesn't want to have it so sometimes he acts like he doesn't. (14 Nov 97)
  3. Are there any special dangers if you take Extacy or LSD and you are diabetic? (8 Nov 97)
  4. My 18 year old son will no longer test, his diet is poor, he refuses to speak about his diabetes. (4 Oct 97)
  5. I notice when I stop taking my insulin I can lose the weight I gained. Do all diabetics on insulin injections gain weight? (26 Sep 97)
  6. Can you give me any information on the effects diabetes may have on mood swings in a teenager with diabetes? (24 Aug 97)
  7. Can juvenile diabetes cause personality alterations resulting in oppositional defiant behavior? (12 Aug 97)
  8. My son came home from diabetes camp angry and announced that he is leaving to live with camp director. (22 Jul 97)
  9. I have a girlfriend that has diabetes and there are days that she gets angry and doesn't want to eat. (26 Jun 97)
  10. My sister-in-law is now 20 years old, and her excuse for everything has been because of her diabetes. (8 Jun 97)
  11. I met a man who has juvenile diabetes. How can I interact positively with him? (29 May 97)
  12. I was looking to see if I could find out how to convert a BG monitor reading from the UK system to that of the US. (10 May 97)
  13. I have a 12 year old daughter who refuses to even deal with being diabetic. What can I do? (6 May 97)
  14. I think I have an eating disorder. Do you know of any service that could help me? (6 May 97)
  15. What mental health issues are most commonly encountered in relation to the disease? (3 May 97)
  16. My 4 year old grandson was diagnosed two weeks ago. About one week ago he started being difficult to control. (17 Apr 97)
  17. Around when I was 12 or so, I started to skip meals in order to lose weight. I also discovered that skipping your insulin shots also make you lose weight. (10 Apr 97)
  18. We are having a difficult time with our 16 year old daughter and her diabetes. (29 Mar 97)
  19. My 4 1/2 year old son refuses to use the toilet and wets and dirties himself. He also refuses to feed himself. (25 Mar 97)
  20. Do blood sugar levels affect the behavior of toddlers? (22 Mar 97)
  21. Are there any ways to work on compliance with a teenager that have shown some success? (16 Mar 97)
  22. Are mood disorders more common in kids with diabetes? (9 Mar 97)
  23. My friend says it is not any more dangerous for him than a regular person to do other drugs such as extasy, cocaine, or mushrooms. Is this true? (4 Mar 97)
  24. Last year my teenage cousin was diagnosed. At times he refuses to take his shots, or follow his diet and exercise program. (28 Feb 97)
  25. I have an 8 year old student just diagnosed with Type 1. Upon return to school, he has become defiant and rude to the staff. (23 Feb 97)
  26. My younger son has been in severe DKA on several occasions. I live in a constant state of anxiety. (18 Feb 97)
  27. I've been on two needles a day for 9 years now and have been in denial since. I was wondering how to overcome this denial. (16 Feb 97)

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