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20 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Stacey Simms. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Stacey Simms, often where they are interviewed.

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20 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Stacey Simms. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Stacey Simms, often where they are interviewed.

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Stacey Simms Radio Television Blogs Books Podcast Oh My!

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Broadcasters are connectors. The ambition and drive to reach beyond the microphones and cameras. They become authors, so many of them are musicians and can cook up a pretty mean plate of Gordon Ramsey like dinners. Oh wait. Not Stacey Simms.
She laughs out loud when talking about that little room with hot and cold things. Her strength is in that connection with the community. Instead of privately dealing with Types 1 and 2 Diabetes in her family she chose to learn about it. When I say it. I mean everything that is lived out every day from the medicines to machines and beyond.
It started as a blog. Grew to a book. Now a podcast. See what I mean. Broadcasters are connectors.
Yeah, we have a fairly lengthy conversation. It’s not only about November being National Diabetes Month. We swap real radio stories, what it’s like when you can’t turn off creativity, we share our personal experiences with September 11th. A lot of incredible talk in an age that’s completely addicted to letting our thumbs do the communicating.
Sep 13 2020 · 48mins
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Stacey Simms Radio Television Blogs Books Podcast Oh My!

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Broadcasters are connectors. The ambition and drive to reach beyond the microphones and cameras. They become authors, so many of them are musicians and can cook up a pretty mean plate of Gordon Ramsey like dinners. Oh wait. Not Stacey Simms.
She laughs out loud when talking about that little room with hot and cold things. Her strength is in that connection with the community. Instead of privately dealing with Types 1 and 2 Diabetes in her family she chose to learn about it. When I say it. I mean everything that is lived out every day from the medicines to machines and beyond.
It started as a blog. Grew to a book. Now a podcast. See what I mean. Broadcasters are connectors.
Yeah, we have a fairly lengthy conversation. It’s not only about November being National Diabetes Month. We swap real radio stories, what it’s like when you can’t turn off creativity, we share our personal experiences with September 11th. A lot of incredible talk in an age that’s completely addicted to letting our thumbs do the communicating.
Sep 13 2020 · 48mins

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Stacey Simms Radio Television Blogs Books Podcast Oh My!

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Broadcasters are connectors. The ambition and drive to reach beyond the microphones and cameras. They become authors, so many of them are musicians and can cook up a pretty mean plate of Gordon Ramsey like dinners. Oh wait. Not Stacey Simms.
She laughs out loud when talking about that little room with hot and cold things. Her strength is in that connection with the community. Instead of privately dealing with Types 1 and 2 Diabetes in her family she chose to learn about it. When I say it. I mean everything that is lived out every day from the medicines to machines and beyond.
It started as a blog. Grew to a book. Now a podcast. See what I mean. Broadcasters are connectors.
Yeah, we have a fairly lengthy conversation. It’s not only about November being National Diabetes Month. We swap real radio stories, what it’s like when you can’t turn off creativity, we share our personal experiences with September 11th. A lot of incredible talk in an age that’s completely addicted to letting our thumbs do the communicating.
Sep 13 2020 · 48mins
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Stacey Simms Radio Television Blogs Books Podcast Oh My!

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Broadcasters are connectors. The ambition and drive to reach beyond the microphones and cameras. They become authors, so many of them are musicians and can cook up a pretty mean plate of Gordon Ramsey like dinners. Oh wait. Not Stacey Simms.
She laughs out loud when talking about that little room with hot and cold things. Her strength is in that connection with the community. Instead of privately dealing with Types 1 and 2 Diabetes in her family she chose to learn about it. When I say it. I mean everything that is lived out every day from the medicines to machines and beyond.
It started as a blog. Grew to a book. Now a podcast. See what I mean. Broadcasters are connectors.
Yeah, we have a fairly lengthy conversation. It’s not only about November being National Diabetes Month. We swap real radio stories, what it’s like when you can’t turn off creativity, we share our personal experiences with September 11th. A lot of incredible talk in an age that’s completely addicted to letting our thumbs do the communicating.
Sep 11 2020 · 48mins

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GFL 97: How To Build An Audience - With Stacey Simms

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Stacey Simms is the host of the award-winning podcast, Diabetes Connections, and the author of "The World's Worst Diabetes Mom." Stacey's son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2006, one month before he turned two, and Stacey started blogging about her family's experience with T1D a few weeks later. For more than a decade, she hosted Charlotte's Morning News on WBT-AM, the city's top-rated morning radio news show. Stacey's been named to Diabetes Forecast Magazine's "12 People to Know" as well the Charlotte Business Journal's "Forty under 40" and as one of the "50 Most Influential Women in Mecklenburg County" by the Mecklenburg Times. The Diabetes Connections podcast was won numerous awards, including: Diabetes Forecast Magazine: Top Diabetes Podcasts And The Podcast Awards - People's Choice - Top Ten Health. Stacey lives near Charlotte, NC, with her husband, two children and their dog, Freckles.
Aug 18 2020 · 44mins
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Stacey Simms thinks there's a lot you don't know about her.

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After a decade on News Talk 1110 WBT radio and years more on the TV side and books like WORLD’S WORST DIABESTES MOM and a podcast DIABETES CONNECTION, you might think Stacey Simms is a known quantity. Not so, she says. In this episode, you’ll meet a leader who builds strong communities by connecting people who need each other to survive. 

Jul 16 2020 · 41mins
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Under the Covers with Stacey Simms

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In this Under the Covers episode, we meet Stacey Simms, author of “The World’s Worst Diabetes Mom: Real-Life Stories of Raising a Child with Type 1 Diabetes.”

Stacey’s son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) just before he turned two-years-old in 2006. Since the beginning, her diabetes philosophy has been: “not perfect, but safe and happy.”

In 2015, Stacey launched the very successful podcast, “Diabetes Connections,” to educate and connect with others dealing with juvenile diabetes.

In “The World’s Worst Diabetes Mom,” Stacey shares her mistakes with humor, gives actionable advice, and provides questions and prompts to take to your child’s health care team. She also shares how mistakes and mishaps can become a parent's secret superpower.

For more information about this book and the author, check out the show notes at charlottereaderspodcast.com
Mar 20 2020 · 28mins
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38: Type 1 Diabetes with Stacey Simms from Diabetes Connections

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Parenting Podcast – Episode 38: Type 1 Diabetes with Stacey Simms from Diabetes Connections For the full show notes, visit: https://growingourfamily.com/s02e38/    Stacey Simms is here to talk all about Type 1 Diabetes!  Stacey’s son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes just before he turned two, back in 2006; she’s been sharing her family’s experience with […]

The post 38: Type 1 Diabetes with Stacey Simms from Diabetes Connections appeared first on Growing Our Family Podcasts.

Feb 21 2020 · 35mins
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Creating A Community With Guest Stacey Simms

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Episode 19: Creating A Community With Guest Stacey Simms

In this episode, Stacey Simms discusses her experience navigating the Type 1 Diabetes world and finding a community. Stacey discusses the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes and the importance of getting an accurate diagnosis. When her son was almost 2, his personality changed (irritability and tantrums), he would become sleepy at unusual times, he started urinating more frequently, and was drinking a lot more water. Stacey became concerned. Stacey discussed the process for her son to get diagnosed. She noted that they coped relatively well with the nitty gritty of managing diabetes when he was young, as her son was laid back about having to take insulin shots. However, it was difficult to figure out how many carbs were in homemade foods, and she never knew what he would actually eat, as toddlers are bonkers. Stacey discussed struggles her son experienced, such as not preferring to talk with his friends about diabetes, blood sugars fluctuating frequently, and having to be on top of his blood sugars at all times. Currently, he is navigating how to manage diabetes during puberty, due to hormonal fluctuations. At the time, she was a health news reporter, and met others in similar situations through summits and meetings while she was working. As time passed, she met more parents of children with Diabetes through school (and the school nurse), and posting meetings on Facebook. Starting a Facebook group helped grow the community in her area and connect families. Finding her community helped her to realize some fears were unjustified and helped her find support and helpful ways to cope. Her son currently copes relatively well, due to having a great support network and having attended camp for children who have Diabetes. She recommends that to create a community, start a Facebook group, talk to your child's school nurse, schedule a dinner or coffee date with other parents, keep meetup locations and activities simple, attend charity walks, set small goals, send your child to camps for children with that diagnosis.

Links: Stacey Simms: https://www.diabetes-connections.com https://www.staceysimms.com Facebook  Twitter  Instagram 

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Jan 23 2020 · 1hr 3mins
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The World's Worst Diabetes Mom, Stacey Simms

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Podcaster, author, radio personalty and self-proclaimed world's worst diabetes mom Stacey Simms joins host Pamela Escobar in-studio to talk about raising her son with diabetes, and making mistakes.

Oct 09 2019 · 33mins
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