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Kerry Magnus

Has Society Failed Women?

“Women: We’ve failed them”. This was the front page headline in the Cape Argus newspaper yesterday in anticipation of Women’s Day being celebrated today in South Africa. I felt called to respond to this and say, yes, internationally, society has failed women. What am I basing this on? The high

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Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome
Kerry Magnus

A Surprising and Powerful Method for Managing Stress

Did you know that the moon and cycles in general have a strong influence on your energy and vitality? I want to share more with you about how to use this knowledge to reduce your stress and invite ease? Most of us are aware of the day/night cycle and the

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Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome
Kerry Magnus

Six Messages Your Fatigue Might Be Sharing With You

So many people people I know and work with are just so tired so often and all tend to either take it for granted and try to ignore it or, on the other extreme, rail against the fatigue as inconvenient and troublesome. What if your fatigue is trying to tell

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Body and Mind balance
Kerry Magnus

Balance the Three Brains - Have Your Cake & Enjoy It

I have always battled with my digestion. Since I was a child I experienced cramping, was easily nauseous, and generally had an unhappy ‘tummy’. I was also a worrier and often anxious and the more unhappy and down I was the worse my digestive issues would be. I hardly ever

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Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome
Kerry Magnus

Attitude is Everything! Managing AFS & Burnout

Attitude shapes health. Our attitude to life - beliefs about ourselves, others and how we approach life - are based on, and formed in, our childhoods. I have noticed that the majority of my clients and others I know who have experienced Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (and other stress-related illnesses and

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Exhaustion, depression or Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome?

  I feel it is time to share more information on Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS)- something that is becoming increasingly prevalent (or recognized). I see so many clients who come for therapy as they are simply exhausted, yet at the same time wired. They drag themselves around but can't sleep and feel constantly

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Turn Stress On It's Head

Since I last wrote my blog on managing stress I have really had to walk my talk with an increased workload, a break-in by a sleepy intruder who took a nap on the carpet (!), and continued sleep deprivation as my son cuts all his teeth at the same time. I

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02 April: You're Good enough Mom!

Jocelyn told me the other day that I make her happy. This happened after she had mentioned that cake makes her happy. So I asked her what else makes her happy and was pleased to hear that I am up there with cake! I then decided to ask her what makes

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It's Your Choice - Stress or Not?

In my last blog I wrote about being aware of when stress has become an issue. Being aware enables us to do something about the stress versus simply being in 'coping' mode. This is not beneficial as we tend to shut down in many ways in order to keep going. On top of that we

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