It's National Diabetes Awareness Month! A time to highlight the realities of living with diabetes and promote new and better ways to live long, healthy lives. In the past year, I have seen coaching emerge as a key talking point in the diabetes arena, so I thought I...
The answer to the question “Why can’t I change and do diabetes better?” is quite simple. You are stuck in a rut and your approach is wrong.
Managing diabetes stress is part of living with the illness. That is just a fact. By its very nature it's unpredictable and doesn't play fair, so even on a good day it can present challenges. But add to it the stress of the current COVID19 pandemic and we see all...
I think one of the most confusing parts about diabetes is that it is really many different conditions that have the same name. Even though there are many different causes, all types of diabetes result in abnormally high levels of sugar (also called glucose) in the blood. In this post, I’ll just cover the 2 most common forms – Type 1 and Type 2.
Living with diabetes has proven stressful during this COVID19 pandemic and as restrictions are lifted, new worries come to light causing more confusion, worry, and fear – making diabetes even harder to manage.
Diabetes burnout impacts everyone with diabetes at some point. Contrary to conventional wisdom, diabetes education isn’t the answer. It’s not your brain that needs help, its your spirit.