Not today Satan.
Closed forever, the blue green eyes. Where the breath was stolen amid hopeless lies. And conversations ceased, the truth unseen. To the turmoil now left behind.
I refuse to allow your misunderstood ideas interfere with my living life to the fullest. I also refuse to live within the confines of the margins you create.
The social media craze is now permanent. I often drive down a street and see an oncoming car looking at their phone- no matter how many commercials are out there against this practice. There is scrolling in waiting rooms, cashier lines, at family gatherings, etc., etc. etc. I am not innocent here, just simply stating …
The topic of mental health is a difficult one, especially in the Christian community. I strongly believe Christians fully accept mental health as an essential dialogue within the church. They have lovingly wanted to embrace the difficulties of such topics as depression, suicide, bipolar, anxiety, and the many other ailments under the umbrella of mental health illnesses.
Please remember October 10th is #WorldMentalHealthDay
When you begin to feel captured and held hostage in your own mind, you know you have a problem.
I began following Amy a while back as I began my own personal journey to share hope and love as a believer living with bipolar disorder.
This past week, Amy took her own life, and the community is heartbroken.
“I just found your daughter trying to hang herself.”
Yesterday, as my loved one attempted suicide, I had no choice but to finally face my fear and to be strong enough to step forward in faith of the unknown.