Artist Illustrates Mental Illness And Disorders In His Own Personal Depictions

Artist Illustrates Mental Illness And Disorders In His Own Personal Depictions



Artist Illustrates Mental Illness And Disorders In His Own Personal Depictions

And in recent time we have seen how people have contributed and played their part in spreading awareness about it. Today, we will be sharing with you something similar. A UK-based artist has illustrated what’s it like inside the mind of people suffering from different disorders.

This UK-based artist from NeverStayDead makes comics and illustrations belonging to different categories, and each one of them has a different meaning. But today, we are explicitly focusing and discussing about mental health so scroll on below and take a look at the following illustrations.

I hope you enjoy!

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These Illustrations About Mental Illness And Their Accurate Depictions Say It All


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Take care Everyone! (◠‿◠)

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38 thoughts on “Artist Illustrates Mental Illness And Disorders In His Own Personal Depictions”

  1. If you’re like me, you may have heard that the longest word in the world is antidisestablishmentarianism. This 28-letter word, which is the name of a movement in 19th century England against the disestablishment of the Church of England, is a mouthful. Gleeful middle schoolers love to say it because once you know this word, you must truly have mastered the language.

    There’s just one problem: it’s not the longest word. No one is quite sure why, but the idea of antidisestablishmentarianism being the longest word is a linguistic myth. So what is the longest word?

    Well, that question causes some trouble. The fact is that many languages are agglutinative. That means words can be created by just jamming other, smaller words together. A famous example of this is German, which has a reputation for having words for everything. The official longest German word at 63 letters used to be the name of a beef label law: Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz. The law went away in 2013, however, and this word was struck from the books.

    Because German words can be made by mashing smaller words together, they can technically stretch to infinity. And German isn’t alone in this: languages including Finnish, Estonian and English can all produce words that are infinitely long. Therefore, the longest word is infinitely long. Case closed.

    I wasted your time.

  2. Idk if u can call it anxiety or a panic disorder that I have. Oof
    it doesn’t happen that often anymore (I has a therapist)
    I used to cry and scream and tell my mom to take me to the doctor (ofc she said “no” cause she already knew what was wrong with me and she didn’t want to waste any money oof.)cause I felt like I was gonna die. I was 11 when that started happening to me. (I is 12 now :p)
    It felt like couldn’t breathe. It got so bad that I started to gag every time I ate thinking that I’d have another panic attack and feel sick.

    And you better not tell me, “Oh stop lying you do not have anxiety, you’re lying.” Stfu. You don’t know what goes on in my life.

  3. I’ve always thought I was fat, I usually don’t ask for food unless given directly to or ordered to eat. I don’t eat breakfast, rarely eat lunch unless it’s at school, and rarely eat dinner.

    I’ve told people that I’m fat and they’d give me this concerned look and said “really, your really thin!” I think it started with my family members judging me that I became really insecure and stared to naturally suck in my stomach and wear whatever I could to make it look thinner, my uncle said that I looked heavy but as I grew taller it started to balance out and he hopes that happens to his son.

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