Sherrie Hurd, A.A.

About Sherrie Hurd, A.A.

Sherrie Hurd is a professional writer and artist with over 20 years of experience. She is an advocate for mental health awareness and nutrition. Sherrie studied Psychology, Journalism, and Fine Arts at Memphis College of Arts and received an Associate's degree in Marketing from Northeast Mississippi College. She has been published on websites like Medium.com and is an author of a full-length non-fiction novel "Innocence Lost: A Little Girl's Life Changed Forever" and a collection of short stories "Tormented Blue". Sherrie spends most of her time giving life to the renegade thoughts. As the words erupt and form new life, she knows that she is yet again free from the nagging persistence of her muse.

This Dog Helped Save Numerous Koalas in Australia Wildfires

By |2020-02-22T21:23:57+03:00February 22nd, 2020|Categories: Animals, Inspirational|Tags: , , |

Wildfires raged through Australia. With the help of a dog named Bear, rescue teams have finally been able to cut down losses of the animal population. It’s been a crisis for quite some time now. Australia is burning. And what’s worse than that is plants and animals alike are paying the heavy price. It is estimated that the number of animal deaths is nearing the billions, many of which are Koalas. The reason why the Koala is taking the worst of it is that they

7 Things Emotionally Unavailable Men Do in a Relationship

By |2020-02-12T22:01:40+03:00February 12th, 2020|Categories: Relationships, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , |

Before getting into a relationship, you should know a few things, especially facts about emotionally unavailable men. I’ve been in several relationships, some of which were okay, but some of which were nightmares. I won’t place all the blame on the other person because that wouldn’t be fair. I will say, however, that a couple of the men I’ve been with were emotionally unavailable. I tried to compromise, tried to explain my faults, and even communicate about the problems, but no matter how hard I

What Is Anti-Valentine’s Day and How You Can Celebrate It

By |2020-03-12T19:51:39+03:00February 10th, 2020|Categories: Lifestyle, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , |

Happy Valentine’s Day... actually, we’re looking for ways to enjoy an Anti-Valentine’s Day. Sometimes it's more fun! Celebrating Valentine's Day isn’t a bad thing. It’s just that society has taken this “love day” and turned it into a materialistic day of spending tons of money to prove some point. Yes, you may enjoy getting flowers and candy, love letters and declarations, but just as many people rather not celebrate this holiday. What Is an Anti-Valentine's Day? Whether you’re alone this February, or you just don’t

How to Deal with Post-Holiday Blues After the Festive Season

By |2020-02-22T16:57:12+03:00January 27th, 2020|Categories: Lifestyle, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , , |

Don't enter the new year experiencing the post-holiday blues. The lights and trees may be gone, but the joy could still be there. January, after all, is the first month of the year, and a chance for a clean slate, an opportunity to embrace change--mentally and physically. Embrace this possibility and make 2020 the beginning of a better you. One new step at a time Yes, you could “fake it till you make it”, but don't rely on automatically waking up with a chipper demeanor.

5 Signs of Demand-Withdrawal Patterns in a Relationship

By |2020-02-22T16:58:39+03:00January 24th, 2020|Categories: Relationships, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , |

There are unhealthy powerplay habits that happen in relationships. They’re called demand-withdrawal patterns. This has become a serious problem. There are various reasons why marriages don’t work. One of those reasons is something called the demand-withdrawal pattern. This strange dynamic reduces each person to a role that rarely changes. Who’s demanding and who’s withdrawing? The demanding person in the relationship is usually the one who complains, requests changes, and continually tries to communicate, not necessarily in the right way, however. The withdrawn partner tends to

80+Year-Olds Share Their Advice for the Younger Generation and It’s Eye-Opening

By |2020-02-21T23:03:07+03:00January 21st, 2020|Categories: Inspirational, Personal Growth|Tags: , , , |

When you’re younger, you don’t put much thought into how life is going to be in your 80s or 90s. No, those years don’t really pass through your mind. When you’re younger, you’re looking for pleasure, building on your dreams, even when they’re extreme. But the sad part about this is that everyone forgets how life is short. We completely forget that one day, we will be at the end of that life, and there will usually be some unfinished parts that we have no

10 Signs You’re Not Ready for Marriage and Should Not Hurry

By |2020-02-22T17:09:49+03:00January 19th, 2020|Categories: Relationships, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , |

Maybe you’re not ready for marriage. No matter how much you love each other, it just might be too soon. Marriage is a serious step. It requires dedication and communication skills that most people don’ t have. That is why there are so many divorces.  It’s truly a sad situation when marriages fall apart because marriage was designed to bring two people together for life. But while some are prepared, there are others who are not ready for marriage, and they should wait. What does

Having Estranged Adult Children Can Be Painful – How to Cope

By |2020-02-22T17:06:17+03:00January 9th, 2020|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , |

You raise them, teach them, and give them love, and then suddenly, they grow up into adults and become estranged children. What happened? The pain of watching your children, one by one, leave the nest is a hurt that I cannot describe. I have three boys, and one is already moved away. I only see him a few times a year, and it’s still incredibly hard. Yes, I have two others still at home, but they are rapidly nearing the age of adulthood. I am