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Thinking About Insulin

Find My Motivations

In Find My Motivation you will identify your motivations for making changes to help improve your blood sugar and create a personalized motivation printout.

Find My Motivation

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Explore My Emotions

In Explore My Emotions you will identify your thoughts about starting insulin that may be causing feelings of anger, worry, and/or guilt. Also, you will create a personalized printout of alternate thoughts that may help you take action to improve your blood sugar.

Explore My Emotions

How Insulin Fits In

In How Insulin Fits In you will view common thoughts and concerns about starting insulin.

How Insulin Fits In

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Check My Thinking

In Check My Thinking you will view common misconceptions and questions about what insulin is and how it is used.

Check My Thinking

Build Healthy Habits

In Build Healthy Habits you will explore new approaches to changing habits.

Build Healthy Habits

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Get S.M.A.R.T. About Goals

In Get S.M.A.R.T. About Goals you will explore ways to set and achieve diabetes-related goals.

Get S.M.A.R.T. About Goals

Adjusting To Injections

In Adjusting To Injections you will explore relaxation tools that you can use if you begin to feel nervous about injections, and view a video about the insulin pen.

Adjusting To Injections

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Work Together

In Work Together you will explore ways to have more productive doctor’s appointments.

Work Together

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Learn What to Ask Your Doctor

Learn What to Ask Your Doctor Our FREE Doctor Discussion
Guide helps you organize
your thoughts and ask the
right questions.

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Important Safety Information About Insulin

The most common side effect of insulin is low blood sugar. Some people may experience symptoms such as shaking, sweating, fast heartbeat, and blurred vision, while some experience no symptoms at all. That’s why it’s important to check your blood sugar often.