We’ve Moved to the Sunny Side!

Dear Present and Future Subscribers,

We’ve moved to a new blog called “Sunny with a Chance of Armageddon”.

Click to go to Lulu’s new website!

Join me at the new site!

Pendulum will remain open for reference on Sunny.  However, some posts will be password protected, since I am going completely public very soon with my personal identity.  If you are interested in having the password, feel free to email me at:  lulu.em.stark@gmail.com

I want to thank everyone for their loyalty, support, and following over the past year.  It is just time for me to move on in a different direction, and I think Sunny can help me do that.  I do hope that you will come and follow over at Sunny for more stories, narratives, blog projects, and information.  It’s been a pleasure to write for you in the past year.  And I appreciate all of you.  Thank you again.

Remember, it’s http://sunnywithachanceofarmageddon.wordpress.com !

 

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Disorder and Love: What We Do and Don’t Know

“Just because somebody doesn’t love you the way you want them to, doesn’t mean they don’t love you with everything they got” –Author Unknown

Mental health disorders have a way of putting blinders on a person.  I have to say, there are a lot of things in this world that I miss.  Whether it’s because I’m wrapped up in my own head, or I have one of the different shades of the multiple pairs of glasses I don on, I know that my own perceptions are often distorted.  In short, I miss things.  Sometimes, I miss very important things.I am not one to take a hint.  So, one of those subtle things, such as love, often slip past me or whiz over my head.

More at: Disorder and Love: What We Do and Don’t Know.

I have created a new blog, as a new beginning. Please, I encourage you to subscribe and follow with me as I develop this new project.

Sunny With a Chance Of Armageddon

. . . Starts with some other beginning’s end.

Yeah.

Here it is.  The original pilot for my blogging.  And I’ve invited it to take over as my flagship.

I was talking with some dear friends about the direction Pendulum had started taking.  It started out with a simple premise.  Many people with mental health disorders do so in silence.  Pendulum, for me, was a way of breaking that silence.  Not only for myself, but in order to help others who might be suffering in their own silence.

It had started to greatly deviate from the original idea.  Sure, I had maintained my monologues.  But, as I described it someone dear to me, “Pendulum has become more of a bitch blog than a mental health focus blog.  I have never, never wanted a blog like that.” I was not relating my stories.  I was just detailing them like some…

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