Tag: depression

April 16, 2018 Kerry Sutton

“It is not uncommon for people to spend their whole life waiting to start living.” ~ Eckhart Tolle. Are you finding it difficult to enjoy life? Maybe happiness keeps slipping through your fingers. If you are driven by what lies in the future, then this is most likely the problem. Goals are a wonderful and…

April 29, 2017 Kerry Sutton

“FOOD is the most widely abused anti-anxiety drug in America, and EXERCISE is the most potent yet underutilized antidepressant.” ~ Bill Phillips. Like me you are probably very aware of how important exercise is for your health. On a Saturday morning the walking track at our local Gold Coast beach is a hive activity with…

March 24, 2017 Kerry Sutton

  “Each persons grief journey is as unique as a fingerprint or snowflake.” ~ Earl Grollman. Grief can be an excruciatingly painful and lonely experience. This can be further compounded by grief myths that suggest your reactions and behaviors aren’t normal. My hope is this article will extinguish some of the shame or fear these myths…

February 24, 2017 Kerry Sutton

No matter what illnesses and injuries you are carrying, while you are still breathing, there is more right with you than wrong with you.” ~ Vidyamala Burch. I have only just come across the term “body betrayal”. It concisely summarizes the overwhelming thoughts and emotions that flood in, when you realize your body is never going to be…

January 30, 2017 Insync-wp

“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…