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Healing in Hindsight focuses on the experience of being a millennial living with diabetes. Taylor Daniele shares the struggles and everyday learnings of those living with diabetes, like herself, while navigating modern living. It’s a space of community, compassion, and understanding to let others know they’re not alone. With special guests who live with it themselves or who support those living with diabetes, Healing In Hindsight seeks to share different perspectives so that you can manage diabetes in a way that feels unique and sustainable to you.

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Healing in Hindsight‪™‬ Taylor Daniele™

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

Healing in Hindsight focuses on the experience of being a millennial living with diabetes. Taylor Daniele shares the struggles and everyday learnings of those living with diabetes, like herself, while navigating modern living. It’s a space of community, compassion, and understanding to let others know they’re not alone. With special guests who live with it themselves or who support those living with diabetes, Healing In Hindsight seeks to share different perspectives so that you can manage diabetes in a way that feels unique and sustainable to you.

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    What does diabetes look like for me on a daily basis?

    What does diabetes look like for me on a daily basis?

    The daily routine of a person with diabetes is anything but ordinary. I'm still learning new things about it every day. Most people with diabetes go to great lengths to keep their blood sugar levels under control. Let's be real: diabetes is no joke. It can be a pain to manage daily, especially when you're juggling work and social life. But it's also something that we have to deal with and learn to live with.

    Spoiler alert: it's not all doom and gloom! Sure, there are some challenges to managing the condition, but I've also learned how to work around them and make the most of my situation. Diabetes is just one part of who I am. But for funsies, here's a peek into my day-to-day with diabetes.

    • 37 min
    Why are you worried about MY diabetes?

    Why are you worried about MY diabetes?

    Food Police, Shame, and Diabetes. What if we stopped shaming people for how they manage their diabetes?

    It seems like everyone is worried about my diabetes. But why? What's the big deal? Lots of people with diabetes feel like they're under a microscope. But why should we have to explain ourselves? There's a lot of debate around what the "right" way to manage diabetes is, but at the end of the day, it's up to each individual to find what works best for them.

    My guest Mila Clarke drops some knowledge on the misconceptions, guilt, and shame that comes with living with diabetes, especially as an influencer. It's clear that we need to stop judging and shaming each other, and start supporting one another instead.

    Do you feel like everyone is always watching how you live your life with diabetes?

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Should I stop sharing what type of diabetes I have?

    Should I stop sharing what type of diabetes I have?

    This podcast is for general information only. Please speak with a medical professional first before trying anything mentioned in the episode. The views expressed are the opinions of each individual. Healing In Hindsight does not endorse the ideologies or beliefs of its guest. Please do your own research. We believe in being able to have a conversation even with have differing opinions.
    I'm having a lot of trouble with this question. I've been sharing what type of diabetes I have for years now, and it's been really helpful to me to see that people are willing to share their experiences. But there's still a divide because of the stigma that comes with living with type 2.
    So I'm wondering, is it really necessary? Of course aside from medical staff and employers but do we need to always indicate what type of diabetes we have all the time?


    Let's talk about it.






    Find more at http://www.healinginhindsight.com/ (www.healinginhindsight.com)




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    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/healinginhindsight/ (@healinginhindsight)
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    Healing in Hindsight™ is managed by hosthttps://taylordaniele.com/ ( Taylor Daniele™) and Produced byhttps://weare8studios.com/ ( We Are 8 Studios)


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    • 26 min
    How do we fight type 2 stigma?

    How do we fight type 2 stigma?

    There is a stigma attached to type 2 diabetes.
    A stigma of shame. A guilt and embarrassment. It can make us feel like we're broken or defective in some way. We might even start blaming ourselves for our circumstances...or worse yet think that it's our fault that other people are so unkind to us.
    The truth is: there are many reasons why type 2 diabetes has become stigmatized-and fighting back isn't easy. I chat with Dex Geralds to get his take on changing the narrative about those living with type 2 diabetes.
    Find more at http://www.healinginhindsight.com/ (www.healinginhindsight.com)


    Keep up with Dex:
    https://instagram.com/dexgeralds (@dexgeralds on Instagram)


    Thank you to our sponsors:
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    This podcast is for general information only. Please speak with a medical professional first before trying anything mentioned in the episode. The views expressed are the opinions of each individual. Healing In Hindsight does not endorse the ideologies or beliefs of its guest. Please do your own research. We believe in being able to have a conversation even with have differing opinions.


    CONNECT WITH THE SHOW


    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/healinginhindsight/ (@healinginhindsight)
    https://www.facebook.com/healinginhindsight/ (Facebook.com/healinginhindsight)
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU5NGS16hrObu1i3Eq2C7ug/ (Healing in Hindsight™)



    SUPPORT THE SHOW
    https://www.buymeacoffee.com/healinhindsight (www.buymeacoffee.com/healinhindsight)


    Healing in Hindsight™ is managed by hosthttps://taylordaniele.com/ ( Taylor Daniele™) and Produced byhttps://weare8studios.com/ ( We Are 8 Studios)


    This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

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    • 52 min
    Is there a medical bias with type 2 diabetes?

    Is there a medical bias with type 2 diabetes?

    There are a lot of misconceptions and misinformation about type 2 diabetes. And there are also a lot of outdated beliefs that we just don't question anymore. I explore possible medical bias when it comes to type 2 diabetes and how we treat people who have it.
    Find more at http://www.healinginhindsight.com/ (www.healinginhindsight.com)




    Thank you to our sponsors:
    https://podcast.healinginhindsight.com/9amhealth (9am.health)
    https://podcast.healinginhindsight.com/diabetessisters (Diabetes Sisters)




    This podcast is for general information only. Please speak with a medical professional first before trying anything mentioned in the episode. The views expressed are the opinions of each individual. Healing In Hindsight does not endorse the ideologies or beliefs of its guest. Please do your own research. We believe in being able to have a conversation even with have differing opinions.
    CONNECT WITH THE SHOW


    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/healinginhindsight/ (@healinginhindsight)
    https://www.facebook.com/healinginhindsight/ (Facebook.com/healinginhindsight)
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU5NGS16hrObu1i3Eq2C7ug/ (Healing in Hindsight™)



    SUPPORT THE SHOW
    https://www.buymeacoffee.com/healinhindsight (www.buymeacoffee.com/healinhindsight)


    Healing in Hindsight™ is managed by hosthttps://taylordaniele.com/ ( Taylor Daniele™) and Produced byhttps://weare8studios.com/ ( We Are 8 Studios)


    This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

    Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
    Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

    • 30 min
    How do we put ourselves first when living with a chronic illness?

    How do we put ourselves first when living with a chronic illness?

    What if you are living with a chronic illness and it's making everything else in your life difficult? How can we put ourselves first when there is so much to do, such as taking care of our families, going to school or work? In this episode, I chat with health coach and fellow podcaster Lissie Poyner who has diabetes and Crohn's. She shares her journey of balancing the demands on her time and how she learned that putting herself first was not selfish but necessary for her health. She now coaches others living with diabetes on how to do the same.
    Find more at http://www.healinginhindsight.com/ (www.healinginhindsight.com )Transciption is auto generatedMore about Lissie:Meet Lissie, an Integrative Diabetes Health Coach, Certified Personal Trainer, Neurolinguistic Programming Practitioner and creator of the Needles and Spoons Health & Wellness Coaching Experiences. After being diagnosed with type one diabetes and Crohns disease, Lissie discovered the holistic approach to health and wellness. Through that approach she has brought her Crohns into remission and has kept her A1C under a 6.2 for three years. Now, Lissie helps overwhelmed type one diabetics gain more predictability in their blood sugars so they can finally take their plans off hold and welcome new life experiences. Lissie's signature 360 degree approach to coaching creates a proactive space in taking you from confused to confident in your blood sugar management.https://needlesandspoons.com/ (Elisabeth's Website)https://instagram.com/needlesandspoons_ (@needlesandspoons_ on Instagram)https://www.facebook.com/groups/t1djudgementfree/ (Elisabeth's Facebook group)https://www.facebook.com/Needles-and-Spoons-184862865788944 (Elisabeth's Facebook page)https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvB0w37YhAJ5A7_Mg4fYTkQ (Elisabeth on YouTube)


    Thank you to our sponsors:


    https://podcast.healinginhindsight.com/9amhealth (9am.health)CONNECT WITH THE SHOW


    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/healinginhindsight/ (@healinginhindsight)
    https://www.facebook.com/healinginhindsight/ (Facebook.com/healinginhindsight)
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU5NGS16hrObu1i3Eq2C7ug/ (Healing in Hindsight™)



    SUPPORT THE SHOW
    https://www.buymeacoffee.com/healinhindsight (www.buymeacoffee.com/healinhindsight)


    Healing in Hindsight™ is managed by hosthttps://taylordaniele.com/ ( Taylor Daniele™) and Produced byhttps://weare8studios.com/ ( We Are 8 Studios)
    This podcast is for general information only. Please speak with a medical professional first before trying anything mentioned in the episode. The views expressed are the opinions of each individual. Healing In Hindsight does not endorse the ideologies or beliefs of its guest. Please do your own research. We believe in being able to have a conversation even with have differing opinions.


    This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

    Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
    Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Island girl 0609 ,

So important

What an important show!! A must listen for anyone living with diabetes or knows someone they love is. Real, honest and open with such valuable information shared! Thank you!!!

podcaster33 ,

Amazing

Such an important topic you are making so many people feel less alone 👏🏼🙌🏼🤍

Nina2686 ,

Awesome

Im lucky I was browsing IG and came across your page. This podcast will give people hope when it comes to understanding how to manage their health while living a full life.

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