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Eric Paslay: An Unpredictable Lifestyle with Diabetes
Episode 1627th May 2022 • The Dave and Amber Show • David Kliff & Amber Clour
00:00:00 00:18:40

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Would you know how to handle diabetes when your life is unpredictable? In this episode, our guest is Eric Paslay, a Grammy-nominated country music singer-songwriter, and diabetes educator. He will be sharing his story of being diagnosed with diabetes at the young age of ten and how his diagnosis has shaped him into the person he is today. He also discloses how he has been able to help others with this disease and his experience being active in the diabetes community for many years. Eric encourages people to find something that feeds them and gives them a good life. You don't want to miss this episode since he will be sharing how he become a musician and what this has brought to his life. Listen and enjoy!

Key Highlights:

[00:01 - 05:37] Opening Segment

Eric shares how he was diagnosed with diabetes

How Eric ended up being a singer and songwriter

How his crew supported him when they are on stage

[05:38 - 15:23] It Is Strenuous to Follow A Schedule With Diabetes

How Eric has handled an unpredictable lifestyle with diabetes

How diabetes can affect the way he writes songs

Eric discloses the upcoming music projects

[15:24 - 18:40] Closing Segment

Eric's insights about diabetes and football

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Key Quotes:

"Find something that feeds you, shelters you, and hopefully it gives you a good life." - Eric Paslay

"Your accent and the style in which you record music is based on your zip code." - Eric Paslay

"Everyone has a heart, everyone has a soul, all of us love music, and it affects us in one way or another." - Eric Paslay