Snap the Stigma Logo White

Snapshot Stories

Share This Site

Normalizing, de-stigmatizing and humanizing Mental Illness through photography and shared lived experiences

We showcase anonymous individual’s experiences with mental health Through photography.

Dream J

Above my desk and my CCT computer is there and my Dream J that my mom gave me. I often stare at when I’m depressed

Read More »

Expensive Meds

Some of the meds can be really expensive—I’m lucky that I’m still under my parents’ insurance and they can still support me with hospital costs

Read More »

Bedtime Meds

These are all of my bedtime meds in smiley face.  I’m really happy that I found a combo that I can take and that I

Read More »

Breaking Free

Picture kind of got cut off. This wheelchair represents my depression, anxiety, and my embarrassment. The image of what needs to change in my life.

Read More »

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

Read More »

Time wasted.

Although I love artwork of all kinds this is a representation of hours wasted. Stuck in my head home alone with nothing more than my

Read More »