Miserable? 7 Behaviors You Need to Stop

October 2012
Diabetes Health Professional;Oct/Nov2012, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p16
The author discusses how diabetes self-care becomes more enjoyable when one is happy. The need is to understand that one cannot control one's feelings, only control one's behavior. Seven miserable behaviors that one needs to stop altogether in order to live a happy life including unnecessary comparison, fighting reality, self focus, purposeless living, unhealthy lifestyle, negativism, and lack of gratitude and appreciation for being alive are highlighted.


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