By Lauren MathersNovember 23, 2017It’s no secret that Bonnie Meyer is a great person.
The singer/songwriter/actor/activist/activists extraordinaire has become one of the most well-known people in the world, and she is still going strong at 50 years old.
Meyer has always been a person of the world and we are lucky enough to have known her since the very beginning.
Bonnie Meyers legacy of strength and resilience has not only impacted generations of people but it has impacted our own lives and our children’s futures as well.
But there is one thing that Meyers life has not been without.
Meyers childhood home, a three-bedroom mansion, was abandoned in the 1970s after the Meyers family moved to New Jersey.
Meyers life changed forever when she became pregnant with her son, Matthew.
Meer’s parents moved from New York City to California and eventually found themselves in a mansion on the outskirts of Hollywood.
There they moved into an apartment where Meyers son was born.
The Meyerses then moved into a house on the same lot.
The house was abandoned for many years, and it was not until Meyers daughter was born that the home was returned to its former home.
Meers life and work changed forever as she got involved in advocacy work for survivors of domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault.
Meyers activism, activism, and activism is part of what inspired me to write this blog.
It was during this time that I was inspired to start this blog and to write about celebrities and their experiences of abuse and abuse survivors.
Bonnie’s legacy, and the legacy of her family, continue to be the most important thing to me and my writing has always centered around them.
The Meyers stories and the Meyer stories of the people around us, and their stories and experiences, are part of our lives.
I’m so grateful for them and for all the other celebrities and people I have met and know that I have been able to connect with through the years.
The following are some of the more popular stories that Meyer has shared with us.
Bonnie’s stories and their impactOn December 16, 1977, a few weeks after her daughter was conceived, Meyers took part in a vigil in front of her mother’s apartment building to remember her daughter.
Bonnie said she was “so upset” at the time, but she didn’t believe her grief would take her down that path.
She remembers a few people who were in attendance at the vigil, including her mother and her sister, who were at her mothers apartment, which was a few blocks away.
Bonnys mother was so distraught that she told her daughter, “My darling, I want you to know that you are beautiful, and I love you.
I have lost my child and I am sorry, but I love ya, Daddy.”
Bonnie later recalled her mother telling her, “You are so special, my beautiful.”
Bonnie told us, “I told my mother and my sister that my baby was mine and I loved her so much.
I wanted to give her all I had.
I told them that my heart would be in her eyes and in her heart.”
Meyers stories are all about love, acceptance, and support for all people.
Bonneys story is about how her mother became a powerful advocate for survivors.
She also said, “She wanted to change society, so that women could be as powerful as men.”
Bonnies story is also about how, at the age of 13, she began her activism for domestic violence survivors, which included working on her own family.
Bonnie continued to be an active part of the community as she became a spokesperson for survivors in her own right.
Bonney said,”I didn’t know who I was, but as a child, I was like a princess, a princess with a heart.
I didn’t want to be afraid to speak up and I wanted people to hear me, to listen to me, and to help me.
My parents knew I had a voice and they were so proud of me.
They thought I was amazing.”
Bonney’s story of becoming an activist for survivors is one of her greatest inspirations.
Bonnie also shared her own story of what it was like to be a young child growing up in an abusive home.
Bonny said,Bonnie Meyers’ story is inspiring, inspiring, and inspiring.
Bonnie is one example of someone who has given up her comfort zone to be involved in activism for others.
Bonnys story has inspired so many women to come forward with their stories.
Bonies story about being abused as a young girl, is also a reminder of what happens to children.
Bonnie shared her story about how she and her brother were abused at the hands of their mother, which happened in the 1960s.