Stress raises blood sugar so you have that to deal with for a start. Consider trying a LCHF (low carb high fat) diet and also intermittent fasting. Diet Doctor has some great articles to read through. It's possible stress is affecting your weight but so can diabetes (weight gain or loss).
I'm sure you don't need your daughter, or me or anybody else to tell you that you are on a very "slippery slope".
If you don't take time to address your situation, your situation (alarming to my opinion) will sooner or later force you to take time, which may be too late to reverse the damage.
It is a miracle that you don't have any other diagnoses, however, this does not mean that because of that you are in the clear, barring the ones you mentioned.
As a matter of fact, you have certain undiagnosed imbalances, which have not brought about any symptoms yet.
The onset of disease process, starts long before symptoms appear.
You are still able to prevent any additional serious unwanted health complications, by making some core
Make time to prepare healthy meals and also to prepare healthy snacks for work from scratch!
LCHF as Red Star mentioned and choose organic, fresh and nutritious SINGLE ingredients!
Cheez-Its and pepperoni??? Really?
I don't even know what that is but it doesn't sound healthy.
Your life outside work should be the opposite of the hospital ER. Calm, peaceful, serene and slow paced.
Your weight loss is of some concern.
Stress and diabetes are possible factors as Red Star said, but it may have to do more with the effect of Jardiance, which causes ongoing glucose elimination. Not designed as a weight loss drug though.
When combined with an optimized nutritional plan and some exercise, it will probably work to your advantage.
Just watch out for any side effects, specially kidney issues and UTIs.