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Lived Experiences of Mental Illness Through Photography

normalizing, De-stigmatizing and humanizing Mental Health issues through photography and shared Lived experiences.

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Mental illness experiences shared visually.

Running Shoes

My running shoes. Symbolizes what needs to change, but exercise, running, walking, just exercise makes you feel so much better. It can be a good

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Billboards

The photos on these billboards when I first saw them just kind of meant a lot to me, I could relate. They are about depression

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Unkempt Home

Saw this house and just thought oh, how depressing.  House peeling, grass not mowed, shingles falling off.  Screamed depression to me.  I couldn’t imagine living

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Freshman Dorm

This is my freshman dorm. This was where my depression and anxiety got really bad and where I definitely had a lot of low episodes.

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Stationary Bike

This is a bicycle, it’s a stationary bike and it doesn’t really go anywhere. It is like when you are depressed you can’t really go

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