Posted by Insync-wp on 22/07/2016

Could You Be Suffering From Carer Fatigue?

“Self-care is not selfish. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.” ~ Eleanor Brown When you became a carer you probably had other commitments, and maybe a job, school, university or parenting. You may have inherited the role with little or no warning or seen it coming for a while. In 2015 there were 2.8

Posted by Insync-wp on 12/07/2016

How To Reclaim Your Sense Of Self & Identity While Living With Chronic Pain

“Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.” ~ Helen Keller Life with chronic pain can be a roller-coaster of uncertainty and change that disrupts your way of living and being in the world. In fact it marks the end of life as you once knew it – even your sense

Posted by Insync-wp on 10/07/2016

How to Take Charge Of Your Life After Divorce

“Never fear shadows. They simply mean there’s a light shining somewhere nearby”. ~ Ruth E. Renkel I was really inspired sometime ago by Cloris Kylie Stock’s excellent article on coping with divorce. She will inspire you with her own story and the positive impact it had on her life.  Nearly a third of all marriages in Australia end

Posted by Insync-wp on 01/07/2016

5 Thinking Patterns That Stop You From Taking Hold Of Your Dreams

“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” ~ Nelson Mandela Do you find yourself caught up in the moment-by-moment excitement, challenges and disappointments of your favourite artist/s on talent shows like The Voice? Artists receive constructive criticism from their

Posted by Insync-wp on 09/06/2016

Mindfulness: Your Proven Weapon Against Anxiety

“If you want to conquer anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.” ~ Amit Ray. Reported levels of anxiety amongst children, adolescence and adults have been steadily and significantly rising since the 1950s. The ABS report on mental health in 2007 found that 45%, (almost half of all Australians) would have


Kerry exudes love and serenity in a world that can be frenetic. She is warm, genuine and gentle, and when you have finished talking to her you walk away feeling that you were heard, understood and not judged.

I have always admired her ability to be so calm and hope one day to emulate her patience and achieve this serenity.