1 hr 7 min

death, optimism, changes with sunshine snowden PARANOID IN MY PARADISE™

    • Mental Health

hello everyone! welcome back to this week's episode of PARANOID IN MY PARADISE™ featuring the sweet, kind Sunshine Snowden. @saimfarooqui shares a conversation with Sunshine about how to be mentally strong on the brink of death, and how to stay optimistic but also realistic during this time. 

Sunshine had been In an accident some years ago, causing major brain damage. this event changed her life forever. Sunshine shares how she lives on a day-to-day basis and how many things affect her, physically and emotionally. Sunshine talks about how she copes with others being negative, and positive towards her. Saim asks how Sunshine views and copes with death. her response: "being in the hospital for so long, I've had many friends that died, i've been to so many funerals, i'm 19 and I have my own will and testament printed off and ready to go, it's been so normalized it doesn't even phase me anymore. It's okay to be afraid, but think of all the happiness you will leave behind." Sunshine is a person who loves to put positivity out into the world, she strives to be the kindest and wants to thank the people who never made fun of her oxygen tank, as well as the person who sat with her at home depo while having a seizure. in this world we need to be kind to one another, if you can't stand for one thing you may fall for everything. join us today to listen to a very inspirational, genuinely amazing person's story. #notalone

Sunshine was due for major invasive brain surgery, that could end her life, the day after this episode was recorded. fortunately, Sunshine made it through and has since been undergoing rehabilitation. Sunshine says " don't feel pity for me, live for you, you have a long life, take advantage of that. not everyone gets that" 

if you are someone you know who needs help, please visit sk.cmha.ca

PARANOID IN MY PARADISE is for informational and entertainment purposes only and is not a replacement for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

follow us: @reveursdevie I @paranoidinmyparadise

shop: reveursdevie.com

leave a review: if you enjoy listening to the podcast, please do leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify - even one line helps! you can also dm us with any feedback, thoughts on the lessons you've learnt from the episodes and we can thank you personally for tuning in :)

hello everyone! welcome back to this week's episode of PARANOID IN MY PARADISE™ featuring the sweet, kind Sunshine Snowden. @saimfarooqui shares a conversation with Sunshine about how to be mentally strong on the brink of death, and how to stay optimistic but also realistic during this time. 

Sunshine had been In an accident some years ago, causing major brain damage. this event changed her life forever. Sunshine shares how she lives on a day-to-day basis and how many things affect her, physically and emotionally. Sunshine talks about how she copes with others being negative, and positive towards her. Saim asks how Sunshine views and copes with death. her response: "being in the hospital for so long, I've had many friends that died, i've been to so many funerals, i'm 19 and I have my own will and testament printed off and ready to go, it's been so normalized it doesn't even phase me anymore. It's okay to be afraid, but think of all the happiness you will leave behind." Sunshine is a person who loves to put positivity out into the world, she strives to be the kindest and wants to thank the people who never made fun of her oxygen tank, as well as the person who sat with her at home depo while having a seizure. in this world we need to be kind to one another, if you can't stand for one thing you may fall for everything. join us today to listen to a very inspirational, genuinely amazing person's story. #notalone

Sunshine was due for major invasive brain surgery, that could end her life, the day after this episode was recorded. fortunately, Sunshine made it through and has since been undergoing rehabilitation. Sunshine says " don't feel pity for me, live for you, you have a long life, take advantage of that. not everyone gets that" 

if you are someone you know who needs help, please visit sk.cmha.ca

PARANOID IN MY PARADISE is for informational and entertainment purposes only and is not a replacement for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

follow us: @reveursdevie I @paranoidinmyparadise

shop: reveursdevie.com

leave a review: if you enjoy listening to the podcast, please do leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify - even one line helps! you can also dm us with any feedback, thoughts on the lessons you've learnt from the episodes and we can thank you personally for tuning in :)

1 hr 7 min