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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.

Rubik’s Cube

A rubik’s cube: that’s what I thought of with getting these meds…I wasn’t really cognizant during this time and plus I was delusional and so

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Home

This is a photo of the home I grew up in. It’s a picture of the outside of the house but it’s the place where

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Paperwork Pile

Paperwork Pile;  Paperwork piling up that I have not gotten to [for several months].  [Now] I am in a program that is helping me with

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Scissors

“In this photo the eye sees a basic pair of scissors. The unseen story is that these scissors are a constant reminder of how I

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My Degrees

What I’m most proud of is my Degrees. My health may be disintegrating around me but my education can never be taken away from me.

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Skies

I wanted to capture the contrast of a cloudy sky and clear sky because some days, whether because of meds or because it’s a downer

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The Hill

This is a photo of me looking up at a hill. I wanted this to represent me waking up every day and looking at all

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Babbling Brook

The unseen story is the new start to my life. This campus is where I reinvented and began to love myself finally. Fargo is home

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Pharmacy

This picture shows the pharmacy building. It represents how much pharmacy has consumed me. I really wanted to get into the program and there were

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