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BOUNCING BACK

Think back to a time when you received your HbA1c results and were disappointed by the numbers. What did you do next? How you respond after a setback–whether you sink into frustration or despair or instead focus on what you’ve been doing well, even if the numbers aren’t cooperating–is surprisingly important for your health. The latter shows resilience (the ability to roll with the ups and downs of life), which has been associated with better self-care, reduced stress, and even improved HbA1c levels.

Resilience isn’t about being relentlessly sunny. It’s also not a built-in trait, like optimism. This process of bouncing back from difficult experiences is something that anyone can

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