I’m so excited for you to listen to today’s episode with my friend Bridget Ruter! Bridget works in healthcare as a Registered Nurse. She’s 27 years old and was diagnosed with type one at the age of six.
Bridget is a graduate of Risley's Spring 2022 Decide and Conquer Group Coaching Program. This past year, she's completely shifted her mindset and relationship with diabetes from a place of isolation and frustration to community and acceptance. Before the DCB, Bridget had never been below a 6.8 A1C. Three months after, she lowered it to a 6.2, and now nine months later, she's below a 6.0 with 90%+ time in range!
In today's episode, we go beneath these numbers and discuss...
- What was holding Bridget back from authentic transformation with her diabetes
- How she let go of hiding her diabetes from the world and started prioritizing herself
- How Bridget found her correct rates and ratios
- What it was like to re-learn the “basics” of T1D as a nurse
We are now enrolling for our Spring 2023 Decide and Conquer Group Coaching Program. If you are curious about the transformation Bridget talks about in this episode, learn more about the DCB and apply HERE.
LAST CHANCE to enter the giveaway in celebration of the Reclaim Your Rise podcast officially turning a year old this month!
One person is going to have the chance to win an epic package of:
- Risely’s Diabetic Health Journal
- Siete Chips
- Smart Sweets
- Banza Chickpea Pasta
- Frio Insulin Cooler Pack
All you have to do to enter is:
- Rate and review the Reclaim Your Rise podcast on Apple Podcasts
- Send a screenshot of your review to firstname.lastname@example.org OR you can send it to me at @lauren_bongiorno OR @riselyhealth on Instagram with “Reclaim Your Rise Podcast Giveaway”
- You can get a bonus entry for sharing the podcast on Instagram and tagging us @riselyhealth
Send me a DM to introduce yourself with any feedback, questions, or suggestions on topics you’d like us to cover in future episodes.
Disclaimer: Nothing you hear on the Reclaim your Rise podcast should be a substitute for personalized professional medical advice. Please always consult your physician or other medical professional before making any changes to your diet, insulin dosages, or healthcare plan.