Blogs

Self-Care: Limiting Social Media

In this blog, Out of Sync Woman shares her suggestions for limiting her access to social media during the coronavirus pandemic as a self-care strategy for her mental health.

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Driven to Distraction

Out of Sync Woman discusses how distractions can make it hard to stay focused on work and complete her tasks in a timely manner.

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Hiding Behind a Mask

In this blog, Out of Sync Woman addresses how she can hide how she is struggling behind a mask. She also discusses how emotions can become too much to bear and how helpful a support system can be.

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Identity

Out of Sync Woman shares her thoughts on person-first vs. identity-first language, and what she prefers to use herself.

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Healthy Connections

Make sure to check out the latest blog by out of sync woman. In this blog she talks about healthy relationships and why they are so important.

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Self-Care Tips for Get Togethers

Latest blog by out of sync woman where she talks about healthly self care tips for get togethers.

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Taking Care of Yourself During the Holiday Season

In this blog, Out of Sync Woman discusses the upcoming holiday season and some of the coping strategies she has developed for the season.

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Treating Myself, Financial Savvy Pays Off!

Out of Sync Woman discusses buying new furniture, how it affected her life, and what she considered before making the purchase.

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Scientific Uncertainty

In this blog, Out of Sync Woman talks about her interest in science and questions she has about the science of autism.

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If Only

It’s easy for me to think that “if only” I was dating or married, I would be just like everyone else. I sometimes feel like I’m missing out because I’m single. Wait a minute, is this an accurate feeling or thought? More importantly, is this thought helpful or hurtful? I mean, do these type of […]

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Christmas Cheer

For me, Christmas is not about what you can buy or make for the season. For me, Christmas is all about relationships: family and friends spending time together learning what is important to them. It took me a long time to realize this fact and I’m still learning what it means to me. I would […]

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Tips for Surviving the Holidays

I thought I’d do something a little different for my blog for the upcoming holiday season. Pinnacle Health’s clinical psychologist, Dr. Melissa Brown was kind enough to share her professional opinions regarding anxiety and coping strategies, especially in relation to what is often a very stressful time of year. Out of Sync Woman (OSW): What is […]

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Gratitude

It’s Thanksgiving time and I’ve started to think about what I’m grateful for in my life. This ties in with what a close friend told me recently, “One should count their blessings every morning.” I’m going to share in this blog what I find valuable in my life. I am going to review the healthy […]

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Finding Success Through Failure

Failure can be good for you to learn and to grow as a person. Too much success during your life can result in having difficulties with failing and being successful with moving forward. However, I have found that too little success mixed with false praise can be just as bad. I have seen how being […]

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Who I Am

I’m a thinker, a dreamer, a writer, a self-advocate. These words describe parts of me, but only parts of who I am. I can choose which label to use in many situations and that changes the way other people interact with me. The way people see me also changes the way I see myself and […]

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