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A recent study from Harvard substantiated that writing about our emotions may ease stress and trauma1. Living with diabetes is a full-time, 24 x 7 job with no vacations and is a lot more complicated than math to figure out an insulin dose. People living with diabetes are more 20% more at risk for anxiety and 2 to 4 times more likely to have depression. One small study found 75% of Mom's exhibiting some level of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder within 6 months of Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis2. The Top Diabetes Topics for Care Givers allows space for journaling each day. It also provides a series of important questions and topics ranging from things that make you happy to how you can recharge. Our series of journals, Top Topics, is a 3-part series allowing every member of the family to write about their emotions focusing on successes and challenges. Journals are available for the person living with diabetes, for siblings, and care givers. The journals have many similarities allowing for the entire family to engage in the dialog. For best results - use crayon, colored pencils, or gel pens with the journal. Markers bleed through the pages. No Small Voice is a nonprofit focused on taking action from insights and research to make life easier for people living with diabetes. 1.https: //www.health.harvard.edu/blog/mindfulness-meditation-may-ease-anxiety-mental-stress-201401086967 2.https: //www.researchgate.net/publication/11162081_Posttraumatic_Stress_Disorder_in_Parents_of_Children_With_Newly_Diagnosed_Type_1_Diabetes