Resources for Friends & Family
Diabetes Partners supports spouses and partners of adults with Type 1 diabetes. We know that you may have unique stresses and strains that don’t get much attention.
Just For Partners is an online program to help spouses or partners who are having their own diabetes-related frustrations and worries.
The program is designed to help you evaluate the amount and kind of diabetes-related distress you may be experiencing, what might be contributing to your distress, and tips to help you deal with it. After taking a brief anonymous assessment, you will receive personalized results, tips, and information.
PFN is here to support families and friends of those struggling with an eating disorder by providing personal connection and resources.
NEDA’s Forums offer a place to connect with others who are supporting a loved one.
The Loss Support Network is here to support those who have lost a loved one to an eating disorder by connecting them with others who have experienced this unique type of grief.
A Facebook Support Group specifically for the friends and family of those struggling with diabulimia. The group serves friends and family members as a safe place to come for information and support and to know that you are not alone.
Behavioral Diabetes Institute: Resources for Parents
Health Line: Diabetes Partner Follies
BDI: Resources for Spouses/Partners
MySugr: What You Should Know about Dating & Diabetes
DiabetesDaily: Supporting A Loved One Struggling with Diabetes
DiabetesDaily: 10 Ways to Support Your Loved One Without Saying a Word
Diabetes Dad: DiabetesDad
Mental Health Resources
FEAST: Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders
Maudsley Parents: Maudsley Parents
Mirror Mirror: Approaching Someone with an Eating Disorder
Mirror Mirror: How Eating Disorders Affect Family
EDFS: Eating Disorder Family Support
Gürze-Salucore: Loving Someone with an Eating Disorder: Understanding, Supporting & Connecting with Your Partner Interview
EDHope: Eating Disorder Recovery Tools and Support
Rogers Behavioral Health: Self-care and compassion tips for parents of children with ASD
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