Jack cognitively understands that adhering to his diabetic diet is essential to control of his diabetes. He can tell you everything there is to know about the relationship of diet to diabetic control. Although he follows his diet at home, he eats snack foods at work and insists on extra helpings at dinner. His problem with compliance lies in the affective domain, because he resents having a lifelong condition that limits his food selections. Desired outcomes for Jack’s learning in the affective domain include his accepting responsibility for treatment compliance despite his reservations. The nurse will need to allow him time to vent his frustration and help him figure out ways to cope with a chronic illness in less self-destructive ways. If you were Jack’s nurse, what health teaching strategies could you use to help him become more comfortable with the changes he needs to make to promote his health and well-being?