Being a big fan of the MCU since its humble beginnings with RDJ in 2008, there is no easy way to preface or sum up what I would like to share with you here.
I am a mental health advocate on a mission to inspire the world, and I am a year and a half into that mission. One of the single most compelling inspirational forces in my mental illness-riddled life has been the realism that the MCU has been portrayed as.
So many of the MCU superheroes I never, and I mean never, really identified with or cared about. Now? I love just about every one of them. The timing of Avengers Infinity War right now in my life has hit a very strong note, which I blogged about on my mental health advocacy website.
Below are the links to all ten blog posts, with the first nine during March 11th-19th and the final one most recently on April 22nd.
I’ve lived two thirds of my life affected by considerable anxiety and depression. I’m only 36.. So, this past week I’ve been sharing my blogs with more and more people to spread my intense inspiration all around for others to cherish and find the positives in their lives.
I humbly encourage you to read my ten blogs with the IW theme, and hope you will be as inspired by my powerful writing as I was to live it.
Let’s face it. Avengers Infinity War is fixing to be the single-most dominating, record-breaking movie perhaps of all time. That is no easy feat, but when 10 years of realistic superheroes have taken such a long road to this point it will be very compelling.
If you are as inspired by my writing as I was to write and live it, share it with everyone. Thank you.