Hey guys, I've been rolling this thought around in my head for the past couple of weeks, and now that I'm getting deeper and deeper in to my med. classes, it's time to come out with it. All of my professors keep talking about mental and physical health when caring for a patient. But all I ever hear any of us talking about is how we were offered no mental support through our diagnosis or life with diabetes. What's the deal? There's got to be someone out there who had and has a good experience coping with diabetes on a MENTAL level. We all know how it effects us physically, and how to work with it, but what about in our hearts and minds? I know I sure was never offered any therapeutic help. Thank god my mother is a mental health therapist and had the sense to get me in to therapy after I was diagnosed. But the stories I have heard, I have come to understand that rarely are people so lucky. I'd love some feedback and some ideas from you fine folks. I think I've got some programming to start work on.