Get ready to be moved by the stories of self-awareness and self-discovery shared by incredible individuals, including our friend David Burris. In his touching piece, “In His Words: A Nostalgic Journey with Mom and Musical Moments,” David beautifully explores the profound influence of his beloved mother and the power of music. From early memories of dancing to Led Zeppelin’s “Black Dog” to mischievous preschool escapades, this story weaves together layers of cherished moments that shaped David’s life. Through it all, his mother’s determination and love shine bright, inspiring us all. Experience the beauty of memories and the impact of incredible individuals in this heartfelt journey. Cheers to the music and adventures that make life worth living! … Read More In His Words: A Son’s Nostalgic Journey with Mom and Musical Moments By David Burris
Looking for a powerful story of resilience and hope? Look no further than Catherine Mellen’s blog, Shatter The Silence/A Life Given To Me. In this blog post from Sunnylarue17.com, we explore Catherine’s journey of overcoming childhood abuse and trauma, and the impact it has had on her life. As a published author and creator of this impactful blog, Catherine’s words are both poignant and inspiring. Her upcoming release, “Understanding Childhood Trauma, Do You Understand It Now?” promises to be an insightful and thought-provoking read. Discover Catherine’s remarkable story and be inspired to shatter the silence around mental health.… Read More Hello Darkness My Old Friend: Words of Influence from Catherine Mellen
Discover the power of repairing your armor by exploring the world of mental health and healing in this blog post. Join me as I share a personal story of overcoming depression and finding the strength to heal. Learn about the progress made and the work that still needs to be done to repair your armor and protect your mental health.… Read More Repair My Armor – Revisiting The Pain That Started a 10-year Depression
Not Everybody’s Healing Process Is The Same; It’s true some people deals with depression differently. I will not judge. Some people like looking cat photos to make them happy. Others have a set playlist to listen to or a favorite show. If these things helps her over the hump then I like it. I’m Sunny Larue the professional Martini drinking blogger. My writings are about self-discovery love and loss inspired by real life events. Thank you for your time.… Read More Creating Your Mental Health Emergency Kit: Top supplies and self-care strategies for crisis moments
It’s challenging to find a sense of centeredness when so much around us feels so chaotic and out of control. I often wonder how I got here? Sometimes, when we’re feeling lost or scattered, it can help to reconnect with our passions and priorities. I had to take a step back. Read More click on link.… Read More FINDING CENTEREDNESS IN CHAOS: Tips for Reconnecting With Your Passions and Priorities
“isolation feels so good, however, it’s a bad place to be. In fact it’s the worst thing to be alone. I get lost inside my dark thoughts. It’s not only a scary place but it’s dangerous.” I realized that my fear isn’t failure but lack of control. To read more click on the link.… Read More ARE MISTAKES FAILURES?
CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL
Momma use to say “health isn’t only about taking meds it’s about adopting better eating habits” Mom is right this blog will focus on better eating habits and give tips on how to stay mentally healthy.… Read More CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL
⚠️SURVIVING THE CHAOS, Warning Signs of Bipolar Depression⚠️
Most people don’t know the difference between being sad and depression.
Sadness is just that you’re sad and it’s an emotion you can overcome.
Depression is a bit more complex with different range of uncontrollable emotions.
How do one in the mist of a full blown episode control the uncontrollable chaos?
Hello, I’m Sunny Larue blogger, writer, music lover, martini admirer & manic depressive.
My writings are about self-discovery love and loss inspired by real life events.
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It’s okay to feel broken but it’s not okay to think of one self as less than. Today Blog focus on changing attitude towards one self with positivity, love and compassion.… Read More HOPE
Today I walk down a road of loneliness and despair only to wake up to a living hell. This is what having bipolar disorder is like. … Read More AMY AND ADAM