Season 4, Episode 03: How To Deal With Diabetes Burnout – An Interview With Ginger Vieira

Pam welcomes Ginger Vieira, the author of several books, to this episode of Dia-Logue: The Diapoint Podcast.

Ginger and Pam discuss how to prepare for and manage diabetes burnout when it happens. They cover some of the wisdom from Ginger’s book, Dealing with Diabetes Burnout.

Ginger’s other books include Pregnancy with Type 1 Diabetes, Your Diabetes Science Experiment, Emotional Eating with Diabetes, When I Go Low (for kids) and Ain’t Gonna Hide My T1D! (for kids).

Ginger has been writing about diabetes for over 15 years for many well-known websites, including DiabetesMine, BeyondType1, Healthline, DiabetesStrong, and more. She has recently joined the T1D Exchange as the Associate Director of Communications. Her background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in professional writing and certifications in coaching, personal training, and Ashtanga yoga.

Pam and Ginger talk about diabetes and exercise, food and nutrition, and Ginger shares her experience on diabetes and pregnancy. She gives us some advice on how to be unapologetically proud of your diabetes. We also get insight into her next book about diabetes and exercise.

 

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Ginger Vieira is an author, writer and advocate who has been living with Type 1 Diabetes and celiac disease since 1999 and fibromyalgia since 2014.

Ginger is the author of several books, including Pregnancy with Type 1 Diabetes, Dealing with Diabetes Burnout, Emotional Eating with Diabetes, When I Go Low (for kids) and Ain’t Gonna Hide My T1D! (for kids).

After 15 years of creating content for many websites, including DiabetesMine, BeyondType1, Healthline, DiabetesStrong, and more, Ginger has joined T1D Exchange as the Associate Director of Communications. Her background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in professional writing and certifications in coaching, personal training, and Ashtanga yoga.

Connect with Ginger at GingerVieira.com and T1DExchange.org.

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Here at Dia-logue: The Diapoint Podcast, we talk to experts and people living with diabetes about social situations, nutrition, mental health, travel, and many other topics related to health and wellness.

The Founder & Managing Director of Diapoint, Pam Durant, shares her experience as the mother a teenage son who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at 20 months old.

Pam was also a healthcare manager for 25+ years, and is a certified Wellness and Lifestyle Medicine coach. She is passionate about showing people how to not just survive, but thrive.

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