||June 1, 2012
New book creates a positive approach to diabetes (or any health challenge), and improves relationships at work, home and in support of good health.
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TED for Diabetes
The next two weeks, we all did well as a family and I did a great job with my diabetes management. The kids grew more comfortable with the changes as we learned to use the ways of thinking and relating to one another that I had gained from the class.
We served as coaches for one another in a way that actually helped, rather than annoyed, each of us. My becoming more active, settling into a new way of eating, and tracking progress with my numbers were becoming routine – almost.
I was sailing along until Saturday night when Lois took the kids to a movie. I’d had a long week at work and opted to stay home on my own to rest and reflect over the past week.
Or at least that was what I intended to do. As I was rooting around through the kitchen drawers for a pen to write in my journal, I opened the snack drawer and found a half-eaten bag of potato chips.
Wayne Andersen, MD, author of Dr. A's Habits of Health
"This book should be in the hands of all who seek individual responsibility for their health."
Ann V. Deaton, PhD, PCC, Leadership Coach and Clinical Health Psychologist
"This book does an impressive job of offering a positive approach to managing not only diabetes, but any chronic medical challenge. Patients, their families, and their health care providers will all be grateful for this new perspective."
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