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Oct 31, 2019

This week, a deep dive into mental health and diabetes. We talk about burnout, depression and feeling like a burden to others. Allison Nimlos was diagnosed with type 1 at age 8. She is a licensed therapist – in fact her social media handle is The Diabetic Therapist and she's a CDE in training.

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Allison talks about the mental toll diabetes can take – something she knows about first hand. This is one of our Extra interviews.. so there will be a longer bonus episode. and it will be available as a transcript.

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In Tell Me Something Good, a message about affordable insulin gets a World Series audience, thanks to a familiar name around here. (watch the video)

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