Tag: menopause

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…

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…

January 1, 2016 Kerry Sutton

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer”. ~ Albert Camus. If you or a loved one is struggling with grief you may have noticed a tendency to push it down, push it away, or even deny its reality. You might be grieving because of the devastating…