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Episode 33: Are You Taking Too Much Insulin?

How do you tell if you’re taking too much insulin? You can actually naturally reduce your insulin intake without resorting to rationing or drastic measures like diabulimia, especially if you know you’re taking too much and can safely cut back. … Episode 33: Are You Taking Too Much Insulin?Read More »

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What Box Are You Putting Yourself In?

You kill your own dreams when you don’t let yourself imagine beyond the tiny box you’re putting yourself in. Maybe you’ve adopted the beliefs of someone else who told you you’ll never achieve that impossible future. Maybe you’ve looked around and see evidence that people just don’t do that kind of thing in this town.

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Episode 32: Faith and Diabetes, with Pastor Seth Bode

Today we’re chatting with Pastor Seth Bode, a pastor in the Lutheran church (and seminary pals with my church’s pastor), about faith and diabetes. Pastor Bode has an amazing perspective on living with type 1 diabetes in today’s world, and this is an episode you don’t want to skip!  … Episode 32: Faith and Diabetes, …

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The Psychological Benefits of Delayed Gratification

Imagine a toddler wailing in line at the grocery store because she wants the candy bar, right now. Maybe her parent gets flustered, shushing her, hoping she’ll pipe down… But a toddler’s gonna do what a toddler’s gonna do. Some parents will give in and buy the candy bar because they don’t truly understand the …

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Episode 31: Why You Should Attend Diabetes Camp

Today we’re talking about why you should attend a diabetes camp, even if you’re an adult! Jess and I met at Panther Camp, a week-long summer day camp in Covington, Washington, run by the Diabetes Association of Pierce County. For us, camp is part of who we are as diabetics.

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