Posted by Insync-wp on 09/02/2017

15 Signs You Might Be A Control Freak, And What To Do About It

“You’ll tell yourself anything you have to, to pretend that you’re still the one in control.” ~ Jodi Picoult. Have you ever been called a control freak or something similar? If so, your behavior is probably impacting negatively on your important relationships; family, friends, and / or people you work with. Needing to be in control is also

Posted by Insync-wp on 30/01/2017

Menopause: A Very Hot Topic

“Let the change, change your life for the better.” ~ Joanne Kimes. If you are on the menopause or perimenopausal rollercoaster then you have probably already googled every corner of the web. And gleaned what you can from women friends and family members. It’s certainly not the taboo subject it was, but it’s still not

Posted by Insync-wp on 23/01/2017

People Pleasing: Is The Stress Of Trying To Fit In Stressing You Out?

“Be yourself, everyone else is taken.” ~ Oscar Wilde. Have you spent your life bending over backwards to accommodate the needs of others in a quest to be accepted, needed, and validated? If, so then you know the pain of feeling not enough, and the accompanying fear that those around you will eventually discover your

Posted by Insync-wp on 21/01/2017

The Vicious Cycle Of Alcohol And Depression

“Your future depends on the choices you make today. The future for this reason can be predicted by your day to day living.” ~ Israelmore Ayivormb In a culture where drinking is the social norm you can easily excuse / ignore the impact it might be having on your mental health, physical health, and relationships. After

Posted by Insync-wp on 06/01/2017

How To Make Your New Year Resolutions A Reality

“A goal should scare you a little, and excite you a lot.” ~ Joe Vitale An increasingly popular way to clarify goals is to create a vision board of images, quotes, and statements. But emerging research identified in Neil Farber’s article suggests that this can also limit your chances of success. The studies overall found subjects who utilized


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