Podcasts

Just My Type – The Diabetes Podcast

In this episode, co-hosts Sami (type 1) and Dobie (type 2) welcome ‘Dr. Domenica Rubino’, an endocrinologist, to discuss everything about diabetes from a medical professional perspective. We discuss weight loss, diabetes complications, treatments, and the vicious cycle of insulin resistance. Listen to be engaged, entertained, and educated on how to prevent pre-diabetes and more. You might even gain a bit of therapy about why you are insulin resistant in the first place. Dr. Rubino does an amazing job sharing her experience, purpose, and intentionality with her patients, and takes on the disease as if it is her own.

Source: Dobie Maxwell & Sami Parker, Player FM

Just My Type – The Diabetes Podcast

In this episode, co-hosts Sami (type 1) and Dobie (type 2) discuss what ‘The Honeymoon Phase’ is and define what this means for those living with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. No, we do not mean the romantic honeymoon phase, we mean the diabetes honeymoon phase. Even those with type 2 diabetes have their version of a honeymoon phase, this episode provides tips on how to know when the honeymoon phase ends and how to manage your diabetes during this time.

Source: Dobie Maxwell & Sami Parker, Player FM

Just My Type – The Diabetes Podcast

In this episode, co-hosts Sami (type 1) and Dobie (type 2) welcome Dr. Sandra Sobel, an endocrinologist to discuss ‘Diabetes Complications’ and how to approach this sensitive, yet serious topic. Dr. Sandra dives into the different diabetes complications that can occur and discusses how to prevent these. Dr. Sandra provides an insightful and optimistic outlook on managing diabetes and what to focus on as a diabetic.

Source: Dobie Maxwell & Sami Parker, Player FM

Just My Type – The Diabetes Podcast

This podcast aims to start a conversation about the day-to-day dealings of those living with both types of diabetes. Join Sami (T1) and Dobie (T2) as they talk about the ups, downs, struggles and beauties of living with diabetes – all while making you laugh. This podcast discusses the things we do to get out of activities because you don’t know how being diagnosed will affect your activities and life, Pulling the D-Card.

Source: Dobie Maxwell & Sami Parker, Player FM

The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast

The holiday season can feel like a landmine for people with T1D. You want to enjoy all your favorite foods, but you also want to keep your blood sugar in range. Doing both at the same time feels like an impossible task. That’s when things start to get stressful. You start feeling out of control, and you may even want to give up on even trying to manage T1D until after the new year. Living with T1D during the holidays can be complicated. So I brought in an expert to help you Navigate Food and the Holiday Season with T1D.

Source: Dr. Mark Heyman, Apple Podcasts

The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast

In this episode of The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast, Dr. Mark Heyman talks about why Approaching T1D with a Beginner’s Mind can do wonders for your mental health. After listening to this episode, you’ll see how being curious, open, and eager to learn about your diabetes, without letting your biases and preconceptions can help you see your T1D in a whole new light. At the end of this episode, Dr. Heyman gives you some practical tips for how you can start having a beginner’s mind in your life with T1D starting today.

Source: Dr. Mark Heyman, Apple Podcasts

The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast

In this episode of the Diabetes Psychologist Podcast, coach Jake discusses tips to help Navigate the Mental Gymnastics of Diabetes. Even though his life has changed, he can still find ways to do the things he enjoys with flexibility and freedom as a T1D.

Source: Dr. Mark Heyman, Apple Podcasts

The Diabetes Psychologist Podcast

Feeling Lost After Being Diagnosed with TD1. The story is the same…if you were diagnosed with T1D as an adult, you go to the doctor (or the emergency room), test your glucose and tell you that you have diabetes. Then they hand you a bag with insulin, a couple of generic brochures about diabetes and send you on your way. You know you have T1D; however, you have NO IDEA how to manage your condition. Sound familiar?

The guest speaker on this episode is Stephanie, who was diagnosed with T1D at the age of 27, and for a long time, she felt like she had no idea what she was doing. In this episode, they talk about how she was able to get the education and support that she needs.

Source: Dr. Mark Heyman, Apple Podcasts