I am a Superhero Survivor and So are You (With Music Video “Hero” included)

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Remember the things that make you different,

are your superpowers.

Use your superpowers to be a superhero

to yourself and to everyone you meet.

Celebrate your differences.

Show off your differences.

Be proud of your differences.

Use your differences and conquer and change the world.

Your superpowers can be your story

and the positive and powerful use of your words.

You can change the world by educating and loving the world.

Have a superpower conversation, make a powerful impact and change the world…

or even one person

or one cause.

Be different and make a difference.

I am a bipolar survivor.

I am a mental illness survivor.

I am a suicide attempt survivor.

I am a superhero.

I am a superhero survivor.

“All the best heroes are ordinary people who make themselves extraordinary.”        ~ Gerard Way

“What does it mean to be a superhero? We’re fighting for the better good. But, at the same time, I think what stands out is, as superheroes, you don’t give  up; you don’t surrender. I thank that’s what makes a superhero.”  ~Ellen Wong

“A true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strength, but by the size of his heart.”  ~Zeus

“Hero” by Mariah Carey with Lyrics

“So, when you feel like hope is gone,

look inside you and be strong,

and you’ll finally see the truth

that a hero lies in you.”

Copyright © By Susan Walz and myloudbipolarwhispers.com – All written content and personal artwork is © myloudbipolarwhispers.com and Susan Walz. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author/owner/artist is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to My Loud Bipolar Whispers and/or Susan Walz with appropriate and specific directions to the original content. (With the exception of the quotes and the video, lyrics and song “Hero” by Mariah Carey)




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