I Hate My Face

Ronnie Affirmation, Alcoholism, Appreciation, Big 4 : Mental Illness, Humility, Insecurity, Positivity, Self Care, Self-Awareness, Tips 0 Comments

I am confident in saying that most everyone has had some issues with the way they look at one point or another in their life. I am also confident in saying that those same people have thought about changing themselves to fit the mold brought on by society. Insecurity in the way you look is common. However, what you do with that insecurity is what sets you apart from others.

Famous People Who Struggle(d) With Mental Illness

Ronnie Advocacy, Appreciation, Big 4 : Mental Illness, Bipolar Disorder, Celebrity, Depression, Health, Inspiration, Mental Illness, Stigma, Strength 0 Comments

When in mental illness recovery, we thrive and grow from peoples stories of perseverance and ability to stay stable through times of adversity. We learn new ways to manage episodes that we live with daily. When we can also hear stories from people who live in the spotlight, in one way or another, through all of the stress, criticism, adversity, and more, we take much strength from that. The people who live in the spotlight and can still manage their mental illness diagnosis, is something to admire.

Christmas

Ronnie Big 4 : Addiction, Big 4 : Christianity, Big 4 : Homosexuality, Big 4 : Mental Illness, Bipolar Disorder, Celebration, Christmas, Clobber Passages, Credit, Expectations, Family, Gratitude, Humility, Idolatry, LGBT, Life, Lifestyle, Mental Illness, Praise, Prayer, Self Care, Triggers, Unity, Walking Away 0 Comments

It’s safe to say that pretty much everyone is ready for the end of the year, but we have one more holiday to get through first. The one that has so many meanings to so many people. Yes, Christmas; the most misunderstood, stressful, and risky. This holiday affects me in all of the Big 4; Christianity, alcoholism, mental illness, and homosexuality. I always dread going into this holiday because of all the implications it could have on me. Will I forget to acknowledge the true meaning of Christmas? How many events will I go to that there will be alcohol? How will my mind handle the stress and anxiety of all the expectations surrounding this day? How many ‘Clobber Passage’ zealots will I be able to avoid before one of them throws one of those scriptures at me?