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

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

A Blur

A blur–but the last 2 years since I’ve had this major decline with my depression that everything has just become a huge blur.  My memory

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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.

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My House

My house. My husband has really been gone the last 6 years and I’ve had to do everything to get it ready to get on

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Dreams

An unfortunate side effect of my medication I know I have are dreams. I never had dreams before. Never in my childhood. I don’t like

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The Dam

Before the dam it is as smooth as glass and then all of a sudden it turns into the white water rapids. It tends to

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Running Medals

These are my running medals. Something that I’m most proud of from a couple of years of running. Running can make you feel so much

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Endless Crying

This is water dripping from the faucet. The endless crying. The crying comes with being depressed and everything. Not sure if it was the increase

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