Mental Health Awareness Month: Room For Healing

Photo of Lacey Sturm, text reads Room for Healing Mental Health Awareness Month

This year has been, as my mental health coach likes to say, a gnarly roller coaster ride of a year. In particular, I want to reflect back on how music has been integral throughout this year.

Meg Hudson of Drive Thru Society

Drive Thru Society Meg Hudson

Our heart to those who have personally struggled with suicide is that it is tough right now, there's no denying that. However, it gets better. I think as teenagers and young adult its hard to see just how big the world is. We get so narrow focused on what's right in front of us that we can't even comprehend that we'll ever get past this. But suicide ends the possibility that it'll get better and doesn't allow us to trust the Lord to use us and teach us through those dark times.