13 september 2020 |  Event

IAPO – World Patient Safety Day

Det är så häftigt! Jag ska i veckan som kommer vara med i en panel under IAPOs kongress och jag kommer att dela mina erfarenheter om hur denna pandemi har förändrat mitt liv som ”diabetes-influencer” och vad jag anser vara viktigt att utveckla och att prata om i vårt diabetes community! Det är tufft att ha en kronisk sjukdom och helt plötsligt förändras världen. Min privata värld. Att från en dag till en annan få en helt ny vardag kan vara påfrestande och det har förändrat mitt synsätt på diabetes och hur olika vi lever globalt.

I am so excited to be joining #GPC2020 next week! I will be sharing my impact on how this pandemic has changed my life as an diabetes advocate and what I see as a need for the diabetes community during this time #WorldPatientSafetyDay

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This weekend was all about to relax and to just feel good! And it went really good! ✨

I’ve talked to a few people that are new to my life (which I love!!) and we discussed how life with t1d can be so complexed. And I think we need to talk more about the importance to listen to ourselves. It’s important to learn what’s well-being means for you. Life sucks sometimes - it’s normal, and a lifestyle change needs to be based on consideration- not punishment 💕 and this is for me and for you who also have diabetes!

I really want to convey that long-term perspective is important in everything. That there is space and a place for everything, but not always.

When we are chasing success, better blood sugar, happiness and running faster than ever, this is often exactly what we miss. To listen to ourselves. Mental health or an everyday life where we prioritize ourselves, I believe this is very important. But it can be difficult.

It is extremely important not to present ourselves as perfect or make it seem like we have the solution to everything. But, who has the solution?

It can be difficult as a diabetic as it can affect our mental health, but don’t forget to take care of yourself on all levels. Even what happens outside your diabetes sphere 💕 #diabetesand

You already know that I have type 1 diabetes, right 🌸 But did you know that I also have a whole life going on outside or next to my diabetes. I love having things ongoing and a bunch of project that I am trying to manage while I am of course trying to manage my blood sugar along the way. It isn’t easy all the time but I think with the right mindset and a little bit of positivism, nothing is impossible and I am so happy if I can with my social media encourage you to see that it is a fantastic world outside that you don’t wanna miss out on 💕

This is a part of @Beyondtype1 @beyondtype1daily and their #DiabetesAnd campaign 💙

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