Tag: Gratitude and Diabetes
Todays blog doesn’t go into the nitty gritty of gripes or issues I have with my health care team rather I wanted to celebrate what’s working and how my team has helped me heal and thrive. Here’s my Diabetes Blog Week story for Health Care Thursday Most people who live with a chronic illness end up with a lot of experience when it comes to … Read More It’s not my fault
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Welcome to day two of Diabetes Blog Week. Already its been an intense smorgasboard of words and images to take in. I am absolutely loving this years posts and it’s only Tuesday. Huge thank you to Karen from Bitter Sweet Diabetes for making this happen. Todays theme is The other half of diabetes- Tuesday We think a lot about the physical component of diabetes, … Read More All I really want to do is eat chocolate pizza!
If you could give yourself the perfect gift what would it be? I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the spirit of giving. Every year around this time I think about what I can give to others. I love heading online or into a store and picking out little things to give to friends and family. While browsing I also check out things that … Read More It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Breath. We can’t live without it. So why is it that we forget the most essential ingredient in keeping every single part of the body working properly? I think it’s the very fact that we take breath for granted that’s actually the problem. It’s only when we’re out of breath that we notice the breath. Like when you have a cold or an allergy … Read More Stop, Drop and BREATHE
A Guest Blog from Therapist, Yogi and Type 1 Diabetic, Michelle Sorensen I recently attended a conference on mindfulness meditation and how to incorporate it into cognitive behavioural therapy. The room was full of mental health professionals like myself, looking to integrate these skills into their practice. Many openly spoke of their desire to learn the skills for personal use as well. One health psychologist … Read More Acceptance